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Nurse (registered)

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What does a Nurse (registered) do?

Registered nurse assess, plan, provide and evaluate preventative, curative and rehabilitative care for patients, clients and residents in a wide variety of settings. The job duties of a nurse include provide physical and technical nursing care and support for patients; provide emotional and psychological support and health information to patients and their families; or supervise or carry out nursing care of patients.

Nurses may specialise in clinical, community health, mental health, research, education etc.

How to become a Nurse (registered)?

To become a registered nurse, you would require a bachelor's degree or higher in nursing. Also, at least 5 years of relevant experience is needed to work in this job. Registration or licensing is required.

Average Salary**

**Source: payscale.com

Career Outlook

Entry-Level
Nursing Support Worker
Mid-Career
Nurse Practitioner, Nursing Officer
Experienced
Nurse Manager, Nurse Supervisor

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