Tuesday, May 25, 2010

What does a nurse do in the medical feild?

how long does it take to become a nurse
well to get a BA most school have you go for at least 6 years. don't know how long it would take for you to get a masters unless you do some online course in which case might take a year or two. depending on where you want and what level of education to go you would help patients who stay in bed and take care of them. you could go into rehab and help people learn to walk again after a bad accident.most of the time you just help doctors prepare patients and clean up afterwards. just keep in mind that no matter how hard you train yourself it is nothing like the real thing. people will scream, bleed, vomit, and you might see things inside that could be tramitizing. good luck.
just so you know some of the best nurse colleges are military institutions (considering how much death they face) and there is one in washinton state but i don't know the names. just heard it from a friend who's parents are doctors.
this field is wide open lots of books in the library can help call a college with a nursing program or look it up on the Internet
You can get your ADN (associate's degree) in about 3 years. It takes about another 1 - 1 1/2 years to get your BSN, and your MSN (masters) is dependent on which type you get (Nurse practitioner, anesthesist, administration, etc.) - your ADN will land you nearly any job listed in your classified ads that say RN.

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