A pediatric endocrinology nurse works with children from birth to age eighteen, treating and managing endocrine disorders. The endocrine system produces hormones that help regulate processes that occur in the body such as breathing, growth, fluid balance, appetite, digestion, weight control and reproduction. The most common endocrine disorder a pediatric endocrinology nurse will treat is…

A parish nurse, also known as a faith community nurse, is a nurse who cares for members of a parish or faith community. They integrate faith and healing to promote wellness within the community they serve. It is a relatively new specialty of nursing, beginning in the 1980s in Chicago. According to the Health Ministries Association,…

The palliative care or hospice nurse provides compassionate care, typically for the terminally ill and those who have little hope of meaningful recovery. This type of nurse has a special interest in creating an environment of pain relief and comfort, and works to promote these aspects of care through the cooperation of friends and/or family….

An orthopaedic nurse helps patients with musculoskeletal issues including broken or fractured bones, arthritis, osteoporosis, joint replacements, and other injuries and diseases. This often includes assisting in orthopaedic surgeries as well as following up during recovery to ensure that patients are properly regaining strength and range of motion. In addition, orthopaedic nurses are trained in…

An ophthalmic nurse specializes in the ophthalmology branch of medicine, which focuses on the health of the eyes. An ophthalmic nurses assists in the assessment, treatment and care for patients with a variety of eye diseases or injuries, including glaucoma, blindness, astigmatism, cataracts, macular degeneration, nearsightedness, farsightedness, scratched corneas and eye trauma. Ophthalmic nurses work…

Simply put, organ procurement coordinators handle the entire process of organ transplants, communicating and coordinating between the donor/donor’s family, recipient, and doctors from beginning to end. The coordinator initiates the transplant process quickly and efficiently, referring the recipient to the hospital where the transplant surgery is to be performed, and evaluating and screening the intended…

The Perioperative or ‘OR’ Nurse is an individual who works with the patient being prepped for surgery, their family, and as a member of the interdisciplinary care team. The operating room nurse helps to evaluate the patient, then plan and implement various steps to, during, and beyond surgery. Nurses who enjoy direct patient care and…

Hematology/Oncology Nurse, often abbreviated to Heme/Onc Nurses are those individuals who work with patient populations undergoing both solid and bloodborne cancer diagnoses, treatment and remission. Top of Form Searching for open internal positions online at local hospitals is the best approach to finding a position. New graduate nurses will need to complete an internship program…

Occupational health nursing is the specialty practice of delivering health and safety programs and services to employees, worker populations, and association groups. Sometimes occupational health nurses are referred to as occupational and environmental health nurses (OHNs). Occupational health nurses focus on the promotion and re-establishment of health, the prevention of ailment and injury, and protecting…

A nurse writer is a nursing professional who is passionate about educating readers on healthcare topics through their personal knowledge and experience. Different fields of nursing can provide writers with specialized training and skills that can translate into conveying information, gathering research, and advocating for patients in need. Psychiatric nurses, for example, may use the…

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