A licenced nurse supervises patients, administers drugs, maintains notes, consults with providers of healthcare, educates patients while assessing, initiating, preparing, or assessing the nursing care plans of patients by collaborating with members of the healthcare team.
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Good opportunities for job growth
A stable career option
Not a monotonous job - there is some variety in the patients and cases you tend to see
A highly trusted and heavily relied upon career
Increase in job demand
Nurses are often underappreciated inspite of playing a crucial role in the healthcare system
Have long working hours and erratic schedules
Patient care might include dealing with bodily fluids and other potentially contagious samples
Often have to deal with difficult patients