Nursing Student Job Description
Adult nurses are responsible for helping doctors and other medical specialists in diagnosing, monitoring, screening and treating patients.
Nursing careers are far from predictable. In everyday life, you will always practice typical old-fashioned activities, such as temperature control, breath, pulse and blood pressure, and capture accurate results at proper intervals.
However, you will always be persistent. No day is the same at the clinic or in the hospital.
In addition to this routine task, you will take oral or intravenous medication, prescription drugs, fluid administration, assisting doctors to review and examine patients, and prepare patients for surgery.
You will also be responsible for providing information to patients and their families in a proper manner and relieving their concerns with supervision and support.
However, it is not just about the patient’s practical care; It is accompanied by a fair share of paperwork.
For example, you will be responsible for preparing and maintaining the patient with detailed information and carrying out research to ensure that the latest developments in care and health care, rules and regulations, new treatment of medicines, equipment, and treatment procedures.
Patient care, according to the treatment plan, for one to three patients. Patient Care Includes:
Physical evaluation, including, but not limited to, listening to the heart, lung and bowel sounds with a stethoscope, examining cuts and observing other factors, according to the individual patient.
- Receiving and delivering verbal reports of each patient at the beginning and end of each clinical experience.
- Prepare patients for transportation to other hospital testing departments; prepare for the discharge of patients
- Preparation, distribution, and administration of medicines prescribed by the physician.
- Charting, either manually or via data entered into the computer.
- Bathing the patients and changing beds.
- Dress and feed the patients.
- Accept and refer new patients to the assigned unit.
- Ensure individual patient education in accordance with accepted custody and medical care plan.
- Discharge planning: Home care assessment and caretaker, consulting home care resources, get equipment, see food, consulting dietary, teaching the patient about discharge medications, get approval from the physician, and arrange laboratory tests.
- Using therapeutic communication techniques to facilitate the optimal level of patient benefit.
- Administers CPR in accordance with the American Heart Standard (Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers) for patients with heart failure in an emergency. Must be available for this function that has priority over all others. Unrestricted movement of the upper and lower limbs, neck, shoulders, back, and hips needed to perform this function.
- Interaction with the physician about patient conditions.
- Provides emotional assistance and education to patients and families.
- Perform specialized functions, including sound and visual alerts, wound packing and heart rate frequency interpretation.
- Coordinates the care of patients with other hospital departments, including cardiovascular rehabilitation, physiotherapy, diet and social services.
- Demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to provide adequate care to patients who serve in specific units; knows and apply the principles of growth and lifelong development in providing care.
- Estimates and interprets age-related information and identifies age-specific care needs for certain patients.
- Good health and fitness
- Happy and compassionate
- Excellent people and teamwork skills
- Observational skills
- Ability to use an initiative
- Ability to deal with emotionally charged and stressed situations
- Oral and written communication skills