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The Beginner’s Guide to Nurses

on Aug 16, 2016 in Health Care & Medical

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Background about Staff Nursing

There are several responsibilities of staff nurses in the medical field. The title of staff nurses can either be RGN or RMN depending on which field they are assigned. RMN or registered mental nurse are those nurses who are assigned in the mental or psychiatric health area. A RGN or registered general nurse is the title of nurses who can work without a field of specialization. There are other different areas that nurses can work, such as in the home or in community clinics. They can work in hospitals with options to be in the In-Patient unit or Out-Patient unit, in the Intensive Care Unit, and others.

The very center of a nurse’s job is caring for those who need to be attended to. Taking care of a patient is the responsibility of the staff nurse when the patient is under his or her care. The patient’s statistics and condition are regulated and monitored by the nurse caring for the patient. The staff nurse is also responsible for providing the treatments to the patients. These treatments follow a certain schedule that the staff nurse has to strictly follow to obtain the effects on the patient. For the total recovery of the patient, the provision of treatment is very important and is a responsibility of the staff nurse. In treating the patient in the proper way, a staff nurse should also be able to explain to the patient the importance of the treatment.

To perform other nursing care and responsibilities, staff nurses work with other staff nurses as a group or team. Their group is responsible in planning and implementing the nursing care policies of the patients. Ongoing practices and implementations of the nursing care policies are evaluated by this team, and they are led by a senior officer who foresees the overall performance of the group.

These staff nurses also perform administrative tasks like completion of paper works and reports.

In the field of dental medicine, the dental nurse should be somebody who has a warm personality and is patient. Dental clinics are usually stressful and so the dental nurse also takes care of the administrative works. The key job of a dental nurse is to assist the dentist during dental treatment. It is a top obligation for the dental nurse to disinfect and clean the area of the dentist’s clinic and equipment.

A staff nurse generally should be a good communicator and has a pleasant personality, aside from is or her medical ability. Working closely with the dentist, a dental nurse has to have the calm and supportive skills to attend to the needs of both dentist and patient.