Becoming a Registered Nurse (Medical Practice)
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Becoming a Registered Nurse (Medical Practice)

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Also known as Practice Nurse.
Provides clinical care to patients, undertakes clinical organisation and practice administration, and facilitates communication within a general practice environment and between the practice and outside organisations and individuals. Registration or licensing is required.
Training time - No data available -
Average pay $53,451
Employment prospects Strong
Employment size 3,800

What does a Registered Nurse (Medical Practice) do?

  • assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating nursing care for patients according to accepted nursing practice and standards
  • working in consultation with other Health Professionals and members of health teams, and coordinating the care of patients
  • providing interventions, treatments and therapies such as medications, and monitoring responses to treatment and care plan
  • promoting health and assisting in preventing ill health by participating in health education and other health promotion activities
  • answering questions and providing information to patients and families about treatment and care

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