Nurses have an integral role to play in the healthcare systems, providing quality care to the patients and performing leadership roles in hospitals, clinics, medical centers, community agencies, hospitals and long-term care centers. Being responsible coordinators and custodians of patient care
Every person aspires to be a leader or a manager; only a few possess the skills. If you are currently employed in a healthcare facility in India and have aspirations of holding a leadership or management position in nursing in India or abroad, you need to make sure that you are prepared for the challenge.
Nursing in Canada is not just a regular job, it is a profession that requires in-depth knowledge and job-specific skills for the task at hand. With a specific concentration on the needs, challenges and concerns of Canada’s aging population, there are exclusive nursing programs underway to integrate the knowledge base, professional values and skill sets.
The required healthcare scenarios that are needed for a nurse to grow up to meet global standards are usually missing in the general hospital settings in India. The appropriate way is to provide nurses and healthcare providers with the requisite training and resources that can enable
As a common perception, nurses are required to provide support to doctors in carrying out different tasks, especially during surgeries and other critical illnesses. Once the doctor’s job is over, it is the nurses who take care of the patients. Nurses should have proper knowledge of all the requisite things needed in providing healthcare to … Continue reading Become a Leader in your field with Nursing Leadership Program →
Basic Life Support (BLS) is a level of medical care which is administered to patients until the patient receives specialized medical care. It is a first aid measure provided by an individual to someone who suddenly loses consciousness and stops breathing. It is mandatory for nurses
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