How do you work your way up to becoming a nurse?
If you want to become a nurse, you need to get a nursing degree. If you have other experience, it can only help your chances of becoming a nurse.
So many young women have the dream of someday becoming a nurse. The only problem is these young women fail to realize what is required for becoming a nurse. A nurse will often have to complete and undergraduate program and a 2-year program to become a nurse. This means a nurse will be in school for up to 6 years.
Im afraid that you have to work your way up the ranks in nursing, especially if you are hospital based, you work from junior staff nurse up to sister/charge nurse status and can apply for other jobs along the way, dependant on courses acheived. Health visiting, midwifery, and nurse practioner courses are available at uni, dependant on what area you want to specialise in.
A CNM is a Certified Nurse Midwife. They deliver babies anywhere, where ever the mom pleases. To become that on the other hand, you need to work your way up. For example: Get an Associates in Nursing then Bachelor's in Nursing then go to Midwifery school. This way you become a Certified Nurse Midwife. Certified anywhere in the United States.
so you dont screw up and kill someone ^..but how would not being a nurse before make u screw up and kill someone? a transplant coordinator just monitors everything of whats going on and helps put together stuff and find information for families and patients, i believe? ..no where in the job description does it have anything about actually giving physical care to patients.
First is becoming a nurse, then you must work up to becoming an administrator. There are three options to become a registered nurse as follows. * diploma program (typically three years, not recommended for individuals who do not have an already existing degree) * associate degree (two years as a full-time student once the student starts the professional phase of the program) * bachelor's degree (BSN) (four years as a full-time student) For the source…
Adavancing in your traveling nurse career really is not an option in the traditional sense of moving up the corporate ladder. But you can expand your skills and work in more challenging settings. The best way to do that is to clearly define the goals you want to achieve in your career and choose assignments that help you achieve those goals.