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  • 1. By CelineNurse
  • 2. • They preform physical exams and collect patientinformation.• Provide medical treatment to patients, such asbandaging wounds or giving medication• Monitor results of treatments• Keep patients informed• Maintain records and charts, and supervise othernurses and health support staffCore Task
  • 3. • Most are employed in hospitals, nursing homes, walk-in clinics, prisons, schools, and other medical settings• The work can be physically and emotionallydemanding• Potential hazards include contact with patients whohave infectious diseases• Most work 35 to 45 hours a week, some work shifts,including evenings and weekendsWork Place
  • 4. • A post-secondary program in nursing• A bachelor’s degree is required in mostprovinces• Registration with your provincial nursingassociationEducation NeededLevel of EducationHigh SchoolCollege/Technical TrainingUniversity
  • 5. Grade 10EnglishMathematicsScienceSocial StudiesPersonal & Career DevelopmentComputersHealth & Physical EducationGrade 11EnglishMathematicsProbability & StatisticsBiologyChemistryPhysicsSocial StudiesHealth & Physical EducationGrade 12EnglishAlgebra & GeometryCalculusBiologyChemistryPhysicsSocial Studies
  • 6. • Concern for people’s well-being• Able to calm people who are scared or in pain• Communication skills• Able to accept responsibility and superviseothers• DecisiveSkill Set Needed
  • 7. • $40,000 to $85,000 a year for most• Specialists and managers may make more• Part-time nurses are paid by the hourEarningsTypical Earnings Range$ in thousands per year

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