Neonatal Nursing & Obstetrics Nursing. Career Project. Made by: Katie Edwards. Neonatal Nurse.
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Made by: Katie Edwards
Neonatal nurses work directly with patients who may require the use of specialized equipment, such as incubators and ventilators. They must be able to calculate and administer proper dosages of medication, connect intravenous lines and perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Neonatal nurses perform a number of tasks with patients, including providing treatment, performing tests, documenting patient history and running equipment. They may also be called upon to work with a patient\'s family to comfort or educate them
Neonatal and Obstetrics Nurses, both typically work in hospitals or similar healthcare facilities, where care is required around the clock. Though nurses can work traditional day hours, they may also be scheduled to work nights, weekends and holidays.
Lake Superior State University is my “perfect choice” for a college. This would be the best choice for me for either of the careers I am interested in. LSSU is in Sault Ste. Marie, MI, and it is the smallest public university in the state of Michigan. They also have a 100 % placement rate for their nursing program.
The degree I would have to receive to become a neonatal nurse or obstetrics nurse would be a BSN, or Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing. After I receive a BSN I can become an RN, LPN, or LVN.
It will cost me about $20,000 per year, for four years
Neonatal and Obstetrics Nurses are alike in many ways. Some things they have in common are: they both work in the same kind of setting, mainly in hospitals, they both work with infant babies and new parents, and they both can make many advancements within their work place. Also, you can start out both careers with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, which is offered at Lake State Superior University.
Neonatal Nurse :)
I pick Neonatal Nurse because I want to be the one that can try to help and save a child’s life. I’m the type of person that likes to help everybody as much as I can and especially work with children.