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A nurse is a health professional who, in collaboration with other members of a team of health care, is responsible for: treatment, safety and recovery of acutely or chronically ill, treatment and ,; health promotion and maintenance within families, communities and populations of life-threatening emergencies in a wide range of healthcare settings. Nurses perform a wide range of clinical and nonclinical functions needed to provide health care, and may also be involved in medical research and nursing. The nurses have worked in the professional field since antiquity.


The two nursing roles and education were first set by Florence Nightingale, as a result of his experiences treating the wounded in the Crimean War. Before then, nursing has been thought to be an exchange with a few common standards or practices documented. Nightingale concepts have been used as a guide for the establishment of schools of nursing in the early twentieth century, which were mostly training programs in hospitals with an emphasis on developing a set of clinical skills. early use of the profession in general, teaching hospital is sometimes credited for the wide range of roles nurses have taken in health care, which is in contrast with the teaching of nursing today, which is becoming more specialized and usually available at post-secondary institutions.
Practice nursing is often defined by the state governments, provincial or territorial. For example, the Province of Ontario class nurses in the roles of nurses and nursing assistants, Nurse (general category) and a registered nurse (extended class). In this regard, the title “nurse” is protected by law in the province, and regulated by laws statute.Some regions have legislated or expanded roles for nurses, nurse generating many potential careers.
Around the world, nurses have traditionally been female. Despite equal opportunity legislation nursing continued to be an instance profession.For female, Canadian and American male-female ratio of nurses is about 1:19. This ratio is represented worldwide. Notable exceptions: Francophone African countries including Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Congo, Ivory Coast, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Guinea, Gabon, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal and Togo, all of which have more male than female nurses. In Europe, in countries like Spain, Portugal, Czechoslovakia and Italy, over 20% of nurses are men.
Currently, there is a shortage of nurses in the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, and a number of other developed countries.The majority of the analysis refers to a shortage of nurses. The shortage of nurses in Canada has been linked to longer waiting times for procedures in hospitals, increased adverse events to patients, and more stressful work environments.As the shortage of RNs increases, It is expected that there will be a growing trend towards the use of regulated health workers to respond to requests for basic nursing care in hospitals and community.


Typically, nurses are distinguished from one another by the area they work in (critical care, perioperative, oncology, nephrology, pediatrics, adult acute care, geriatrics, psychiatric, community, occupational health, etc.). Bodies such as the American Nurses Association and the Canadian Nurses Association have both supported a move towards the creation of national specialty certifications, in order to support more specialized nursing roles.As nursing roles and specialties are continually changing, the International Council of Nurses states that nursing education should always include continuing education activities; while educational preparation is expected to vary between countries, all nursing jurisdictions are encouraged to promote continuing education as an important form of professional education.
Nursing education varies widely, and continues to produce an array of options as nursing roles evolve and also expand in scope. Educational preparation as a nurse may include certificate, diploma, associates, bachelors, masters or doctoral preparation.


Written by imfast5005

May 30, 2011 at 3:27 am

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