The average pay for a Staff Nurse is €14.00 per hour.
The average pay for a Staff Nurse is €29,304 per year.
|Salary||€17,754 - €334,513|
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|€18,121 - €327,787|
Job Description for Staff Nurse
Staff nurses generally work in hospitals and long-term care facilities. These nurses may carry out assessments of patients and administer care and medications as needed, and must also keep notes regarding patients' care and development. They may also create discharge plans for individual patients.Read More...
Staff nurses are often in charge of managing groups of nursing attendants and may schedule their shifts and delegate tasks. Strong communication skills are important in order to work well with nursing assistants, physicians, other medical staff, and patients. Working as a staff nurse may also require working in high-pressure situations, as well as long hours on occasion.
A bachelor’s degree in nursing and registered nurse certification are generally required for this position, and there are both part-time and full-time positions available. Some staff nurses may specialize in particular fields, such as pediatrics or emergency care; in these cases, strong knowledge and skills in the specific department are important so that the best possible care can be administered.
Each patient has separate needs, so it is important to assess them individually. Though it is important to help them heal physically, it is equally important to provide emotional support for their well being, so strong people skills are essential in this position. Staff nurses must also be physically strong, as their shifts may require a lot of standing, walking, and lifting. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Assess patient health problems and needs, develop and implement nursing care plans, and maintain medical records.
- Advise patients on health maintenance and disease prevention or provide case management.
- Administer nursing care to ill, injured, convalescent, or disabled patients.