Registered Nurse (RN) Advice
Q: What is it like working as a Registered Nurse (RN)?
Registered Nurse (RN) in Pittsburgh:
"Do everything you can and explore all your possibilities."
Gain all the knowledge and experience from your job as you can. Then consider moving on to another position so that you will have a wide knowledge and experience base. You will be able to choose any job position you desire and will know which field gives you the most satisfaction.
Registered Nurse (RN) in Atlanta:
"Utilization of life experience in providing PM/EMR archive."
Plan for the future, all healthcare information must be preserved in a manner that it can be retrieved without difficulty thereby making future encounters with the patient more effective, more efficient and less costly.
Registered Nurse (RN) in Pendleton:
"New policies and lack of policies."
Concentrate on own work. Teamwork. Anticipate the needs of your provider and patient.
Registered Nurse (RN) in Oklahoma City:
Pros: My patients and my co-workers.
Cons: Staffing shortages, lack of equipment and supplies, pay.
Registered Nurse (RN) in Voorhees:
"High pay high stress."
Pros: The pay.
Cons: The stress some patients and family members.
Registered Nurse (RN) in Jacksonville:
"My Career In Nursing."
Pros: Servicing my clients and providing the best quality of life for their current health situation.
Cons: Some of the challenges of working in Long term care are the ratio of client to nurse is so excessive added to the increasingly high acuity levels makes it more and more challenging to provide the best care for all patients.
Registered Nurse (RN) in Pikeville:
Make sure you have at least 5 years of nursing experience prior to seeking a job in corrections. The inmates are very good at faking symptoms and they will know their rights better than you ever will. Many administrations in prisons are still on the "good old boy" system and the job politics can be brutal. Many prisons do not have adequate staffing of Officers or Nurses. Prisoners are getting more and more violent. I plan to get out of Correctional nursing.