Presentation on theme: "By: Nurse Whitney. What They Do? A nurse is a healthcare professional who is focused on caring for individuals, families, and communities, ensuring that."— Presentation transcript:
What They Do? A nurse is a healthcare professional who is focused on caring for individuals, families, and communities, ensuring that they attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and functioning.
How to become one…. 1. Learn everything you can about Nursing profession 2. Find your path to The RN Title 3. Choose the Nursing school that fits you 4. Get into the school of your choice 5. Survive Nursing School 6. Decide on a Nursing Specialty 7. Pass the NCLEX 8. Consider possibilities for your First Job 9. Get Hired 10. Get Prepared For Your First Year As A Nurse
Pay Hourly rate $19.81 - $36.31 Over time $16.13 - $55.52
Outlook Registered nurses across the spectrum of the occupation enjoy a forecast of increasing job opportunity. All four categories of advanced practice nurses (nurse practitioners, nurse midwives, clinical nurse specialists, and nurse anesthetists) will be in especially high demand.
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College Tuition First, Second, Third Year Students Full time: In state- $12,363 Full time: Out of State- $22,377 Less than 12 credit hours: In state- $1,031 Less than 12 credit hours: Out of State- $1,865 Fourth Year Students Full time: In state- $ 14,836 Full time: Out of state- $ 27,570 Less than 12 credit hours: In state- $ 1,237 Less than 12 credit hours: Out of state- $ 2,298
College Facts The Medical College of Georgia, the founding school of Georgia Health Sciences University, offers clinical training in approximately 100 sites across the state offering the full spectrum of medicine, from tertiary/quaternary care hospitals to small-town solo practices. The experience is anchored by MCG’s main campus in Augusta as well as regional clinical campuses for third- and fourth-year students and a four-year campus in Athens in partnership with the University of Georgia. MCG’s clinical service homes in on the diverse needs of the state and nation as well, offering everything from frontline wellness care to complex care for the sickest adults and children. MCG’s faculty share their expertise with physicians and patients at about 80 clinics and hospitals statewide and utilize technology, developed at MCG, to virtually travel to the bedside of stroke patients.