A flight nurse sometimes referred to as a transport nurse, is an RN who is specially trained to provide medical care to patients during aircraft transportation. As part of a team that usually includes flight medics, physicians, and other medical providers, flight nurses board helicopters, rescue flights, and more to give medical attention to injured…

A burn care nurse specializes in the care of patients who suffer from burn injuries, and in many cases, have also experienced other kinds of trauma. The burn care nurse treats and monitors burn wounds, and plays a critical role in the assessment of emotional and psychological trauma that so often accompanies a burn injury….

Cardiac care nurses treat and care for patients with a variety of heart diseases or conditions. This can include patients suffering from coronary artery disease or congestive heart failure, or those recovering from angioplasty or bypass surgery. Cardiac care nurses monitor the hearts of patients of all ages and may help administer heart medications and…

Camp nurses serve a community, typically children or teens, in a camp environment. This can include summer camps or other camps that last from days to weeks to even months at a time, but are usually temporary. These camps house children, staff, and administrators in a setting that may be in the wilderness or some…

A case management nurse oversees the long-term care plan for his or her patients. Often working with a specific type of patient requiring ongoing medical care (e.g., geriatrics, HIV/AIDS or cancer patients), the case management nurse collaborates with other medical professionals to create and implement a long-term care plan that insures a patient gets comprehensive…

At the top of nursing management positions within a healthcare organization is the position of the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) or sometimes referred to as Chief Nurse Executive (CNE). The CNO’s role is complex and requires several years of nursing and leadership experience to be up to the task. They are responsible for overseeing and…

As the first healthcare provider that a prisoner comes into contact with, the Correctional Nurse is responsible for the initial prisoner assessment and determining whether the offender needs to be transferred to a more intensive level of care, often outside the correctional facility. Traumatic injuries, mental health, and communicable diseases are common in this setting…

Dermatology nurses specialize in the treatment and care of a variety of skin diseases and conditions. Working in a wide range of settings, including hospitals, dermatology clinics, and plastic surgeons’ offices, dermatology nurses provide care for patients with psoriasis, skin cancer, burn wounds, and acne among many other skin conditions. Dermatology nurses may also specialize…

Known also as a Special Needs nurse, the Developmental Disability nurse works with patients or populations that have developmental disabilities such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, Fragile X syndrome, cerebral palsy and many other developmental disorders. Working with patients from newborn to adult, Developmental Disability Nurses are an important point of contact for patients and their families…

Directors of Nursing (DON), also known as nurse directors, are registered nurses (RNs) who assume responsibility in an administrative capacity combing years of clinical nursing experience, education, and managerial skills to develop organizational structure and standards of care. This professional nursing position advises medical staff, department heads, and administrators in matters related to nursing service…

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