Job Training and Career Qualifications
How many hours does a registered nurse work?
It depends on the job, the hospital and whether the nurse wants
overtime, but most nurses in hospitals work 12-hour shifts, two
days on, two days off, for about 40-48 hours a week.
How many hours does a registered nurse work a day?
Asked in Health
How many hours do you work a day for a registered nurse?
What are the disadvantages of being a registered nurse?
What kinds of work does a registered nurse have to do?
Asked in Industries and Professions
How many hours in a row can a nurse work in the state of Florida?
What are the hours like for a registered nurse?
ANSWER The hours that are usually held by a registered nurse will depend on which department and which industry they have decided to work for. The typical shifts can range from 8 hours, then to 10 hours, and in some cases up to 12 hours. They often work one week where it is 4 days followed by 3 off, and then 5 on followed by two off for example.
How many hours do you have to work as a registered nurse?
How many hours does a licensed practical nurse work?
Asked in Nursing
Do you have to be a registered nurse to be a church nurse?
What is the difference between a registered nurse and a pediatric nurse?
A registered nurse is the basic level attained after graduating from a certified Associates or Bachelors nursing program. This means that the registered nurse has not yet specified if he or she would like to enter a specialized field in nursing. A pediatric nurse is a registered nurse trained in the care of newborns and children. It is a specialized field that a registered nurse must first train on before he or she is able to work in that specific area.