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What work experience do you have to have to become a pediatric nurse?


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2009-09-15 14:47:08
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You need to enroll and graduate from a college nursing program to become a pediatric nurse. Work experience in/around a hosptial would be helpful.


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A pediatric nurse certificate will allow you to work in a clinic or hospital that specializes in pediatrics.

The cost is dependent on what level of education you want and where you go to school. There's a multitude of nurses who can work with pediatric patients although if you want to specialize in pediatrics and work as a solo practitioner you'd have to become an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN).

A pediatric nurse can work at a hospital clinic, school, doctor's office, emergency room, hospital floor, or an intensive care unit.

working conditions for a pediatric nurse are the same as a registered nurse except you work with children or on the childrens floor of a hospital. you could work in a childrens doctor office too. working conditions for a pediatric nurse are the same as a registered nurse except you work with children or on the childrens floor of a hospital. you could work in a childrens doctor office too.

To become a pediatric nurse, you will need to first graduate nursing school then seek additional specialized training. Pediatric nurses can work in hospitals, clinics and some family practices. Pediatric nurses specialize in working with children and their families, and should be able to relate well to patients of all ages.

It is a children's nurse. They usually work in the children's wing of the hospital or for a pediatrician.

Pediatric nurse trainign is great if you enjoy working with children. If you prefer not to work with children then it would not be good for you.

Before work experience you need formal medical training and to pass all the medical exams. Once you have done this you then work in hospitals as part of a surgical team to gain experience.

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.


A nurse that works with a baby might be a pediatric nurse. These nurses are trained to work with children. He or she might also be a nurse midwife or a nurse practitioner.

Becoming a pediatric nurse can be a rewarding occupation for anyone who wants to better the lives of children. Pediatric nurses work primarily with children and babies. Those who are in this particular field can work in hospitals, doctor clinics, laboratories, or child daycare centers. The hospital itself can hold a large plethora of different jobs for the average pediatric nurse. You can either work in the delivery room, in the baby nursery, or on the children's floor. Pediatric nurses can go on to further their career by becoming nurse practitioners. To become a pediatric nurse, you have to be enrolled in a nursing program. You must first complete a four year course in order to become a registered nurse. After you have taken and passed the national board exam to achieve your RN, you can then go on to attain a job as a registered nurse. Most schools do not have special programs for pediatric nurses, however, most hospitals and clinics do. You can enter an internship program in the hospital to work with other pediatric nurses and to become one yourself. The field of pediatrics is extremely rewarding. For one, you will be working with children and bettering their lives when they are ill or having surgery. You will also be making a good salary that will be able to support you and your family. New pediatric nurses who have just entered the field can earn $20-$27 an hour. Pediatric nurses who are more seasoned and who have been working in pediatrics for years can earn anywhere from $30-$35 an hour. Pediatric nurses who have more than twenty years experience can expect to earn almost $80,000 a year as their salary. After becoming a pediatric nurse, you will be required to attend yearly conferences and classes that will keep you abreast of any developing medications or treatments that you can use on your patients. Even though these courses are required, they are also good to learn from for the better of your patients. So no matter where you decide to work, whether it be a hospital or daycare center, the children you care for will be thankful for the loving care that you give them.

The salary can vary a lot depending upon where they work at and their experience. The monthly salary can range from $2,000 per month to $8,000 per month.

Go to nursing school and become and RN. Get a job at a hospital and tell them you want to work in OB. That's where you get your OB experience.

lBecoming head pediatric nurse. lThey helps take care of newborn baby and children too. lYou will have the chance to work with children and adolescents and have a job that earns good money

How much a pediatric nurse makes in one month will depend on the area of the world that she works in. Most nurses work on an hourly basis. Registered nurses are paid more than Licensed Practical Nurses.

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.

On an average, a pediatric resident earns $210,000 a year. Salary may vary depending on work location and number of years experience.

You can become a Cardiac nurse a neonatal nurse... you can become and ER nurse you can work on a medevac helicopter as a truama nurse there are plenty of more jobs

It depends on what your goals are. To become a pediatric nurse you'll have to get a Bachelor's degree in Nursing and get a job. To become a pediatrician you'll have to get a Bachelor's degree, sit for the MCAT and apply for medical school. After medical school you apply for your specialty. If you wanted you could work as a nurse to pay the way for medical school, however you'll have to double your education time since you can't work full-time and go to medical school full-time. Also nursing doesn't translate over into the medical field, we use a different set of diagnoses and we focus on different aspects of patient care.

Pediatric nurses generally work with children in hospitals. Pediatric nurses may also work with other medical professionals in a private pediatric practice.

Pediatric surgeons usually work for the hospital.

To become a nurse practitioner you first need to become a registered nurse. That typically involves 4 years of education to receive your Bachelor's in Nursing. From there it's recommended that you try to work a few years before going for your Master's. However some programs will allow you to enroll in a graduate program to become an APRN after receiving your Bachelors without work experience.

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