Valmiki Call
  Helpline +91-9848188224 | UG Admissions | PG Admissions | Ph.D Admissions | Register with Us | Tell a Friend  
 
 
  Home > For Students > Course Description and Career Prospects

Course Description and Career Prospects

Engineering

Aeronautical Engineering
Automobile Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Ceramic Technology
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Financial Engineering
Information Technology / Information Systems
Mechanical Engineering
Mining Engineering
Nanotechnology
Petroleum Engineering
Wireless Communication

Medical

Analytical Chemistry
Biochemistry
Clinical Research
Inorganic Chemistry
Medicinal Chemistry
Nursing
Public Health
Psychiatric Nursing

Pharmacy

Analytical Chemistry
Biochemistry
Clinical Research
Inorganic Chemistry
Medicinal Chemistry
Pharmaceutical Engineering
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacy
Public Health

Management

Disaster Management
Health Care Administration / Management
Management
Master of Business Administration
MBA - Finance / Accounting
MBA - International Business
Supply Chain Management / Logistics

Biological Sciences

Bioinformatics
Biological Sciences
Biotechnology
Microbiology

Nursing

There are several types of nurses: licensed practical nurse (LPN), registered nurse (RN) and certified nurse practitioner. The difference between them is the extent of the training they receive. Registered nurses -- also called RNs -- treat, educate and provide emotional support to patients. They also assist patients' family members with understanding medical conditions and how to manage the illnesses.

Registered nurses, like other types of nurses, tend to the needs of patients and assist doctors. RNs help assess a patient's health and condition by asking questions if possible and evaluating the outcome of tests run on the patient's biological material such as urine or blood. Nurses also assist with diagnosing a patient and creating a plan to address, treat or cure the health ailment.

They generally work under the supervision of physicians while directing the activities of LPNs (Licensed Practical Nurses), nurses who carry out the more basic health care duties. RNs are mostly found in hospitals, nursing care facilities, physicians' offices and home health care centers. A few may be found in educational institutions as researchers and instructors.

Specific Medical Conditions:

Some RNs specialize in treating patients with medical conditions affecting specific body parts such as lungs, heart or skeletal system. The respiratory nurse takes care of patients with medical conditions affecting the lungs such as asthma, cystic fibrosis, COPD or tuberculosis. A dermatology nurse assists patients with skin conditions like acne, cancer or psoriasis. An ophthalmic nurse helps people with eye Problems such as glaucoma or blindness. A gynecology nurse treats with medical conditions such as sexually treated diseases, cancer or reproductive problems. A urology nurse treats patients with kidney and urinary-tract disorders. The gastroenterology nurse provides care to individuals suffering from ulcers, digestive problems, or acid reflux disease. A neuroscience nurse treats patients with nervous-system conditions such as seizures or brain injuries.

Career Prospects:

An RN's duties may vary with the healthcare setting, including hospitals and clinics.

Registered nurses (RNs) differ from other types of nurses such as licensed practical nurses (LPNs) in terms of education and training. Different entities such as hospitals, schools and military agencies hire registered nurses to care for the sick and wounded and assist in preventive care. Examples include emergency rooms, HIV, cardiology and paediatrics respectively. Several types of institutions hire registered nurses, including schools, hospitals, clinics and government agencies. According to the American Nurses Association, 56 percent of nurses work in hospitals. There are different types of jobs involving RNs. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labour Statistics (BLS), job opportunities for RNs are expected to increase 22% through 2018.

Request More Information

Topnotch offers exciting, unrivalled services. For information on our various services, contact our Counselor on phone nos. +91-984818824 , +91-9666655089 , +91-8885331212 , +91-8885331313 , +91-8885331414 on all working days between 10 AM and 8 PM (IST). or, email us at bhanu@topnotchoverseas.com with your full details, for more information.

 
 
 
newzealand education Qualified Education Agent Counselor ICEF Agency AAAOE nafsa ICEF Agency