General nurses work in hospitals or outpatient facilities, where they provide care to patients by administering medications, managing intravenous lines and monitoring their health and conditions. In addition to hands-on ... More »

The role of a nursery nurse is to provide medical care for infants and newborns. As the name suggests, nursery nurses often work in hospitals, while others work in private residences or outpatient care centers, providing... More »

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Theater nurses work with the preoperative team in a hospital operating theater and in operation recovery areas. They are highly specialized nurses. During the anaesthetic phase of surgery, the theater nurse provides holi... More »

Graduate nurses typically work in hospitals, physician's offices, nursing homes, clinics and nursing care facilities, providing basic nursing care, which includes administering medication, taking vital signs and performi... More »

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Auxiliary nurses are also referred to as health care assistants, and they provide assistance to doctors and nurses in hospitals, doctor's offices, nursing homes and medical clinics. Duties of an auxiliary nurse include d... More »

An EMT, or emergency medical technician, provides emergency medical care such as CPR, administering to wounds and transporting patients to hospitals or other care facilities. In some states, depending on the level of cer... More »

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Utilization review nurses work with patients and medical staff to ensure that proper health care is provided and protocols are followed. They are responsible for the efficient allocation of a facility's resources. Utiliz... More »