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    Default How To Become a Nurse - Articles - Info - Useful Links

    Useful Links To NHS Sites For Nurses And Nursing Students:

    Explore By Career:

    Other opportunities for nurses:

    There are also opportunities for nurses to work in other areas including:

    Career options and pathways - NHS Nursing Careers

    Nursing Skills, Qualifications And Training

    To work as a nurse in the NHS, you must hold a nursing qualification that allows you to register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).

    Skills, qualifications and training - NHS Nursing Careers


    Here are some of the key skills you will need to pursue a career in nursing: Skills Required To Become A Nurse

    Are You Suitable For Becoming A Nurse: Take A Personality Quiz


    Training To Become A Nurse

    This page outlines the initial training involved in becoming a nurse: Training and Courses

    How To Apply For Nursing Programmes

    Entry Requirements For Nursing


    Pay For Nurses

    General information about pay in the NHS: Pay Information For Nurses


    Financial Support for Students on Pre-registration Nursing Courses

    Financial Help While Studying


    NHS Jobs

    NHS Jobs and new vacancies from National Health Service employers across England and Wales: jobs.nhs.uk


    The Health Workers Union

    UNISON is the UK's largest healthcare trade union - over 400,000 people including nurses who work in the NHS and for private contractors providing NHS services are UNISON members. unison.org.uk


    If you have any useful links or information about becoming a nurse and nursing career, please post it here.
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    I would like to add some useful links on my own.

    One of the best sites for nursing information is Royal College Of Nursing Website.

    Site Covers all the topics you need to know about becoming a nurse, topics like:

    • Application Process
    • Entry Requirements
    • Nursing In UK And Abroad
    • Professional Development
    • Support, News And Events
    • And much more

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    There are many ways through people can serve the society and becoming nurse is one of them. There are three ways to qualify as a Registered Nurse and apply for entry level nursing positions. These are we are discussing here :

    1. Completing a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (BSN),
    2. Completing an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN), or
    3. Completing a Diploma Program in a hospital.

    Registered Nursing Programs: All registered nursing programs include classroom instruction and block experience in hospitals or clinics. The students should be do study of these subjects. Chemistry, Nutrition, Psychology, Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, Behavioral Sciences, and Nursing.

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    Hi
    There are 3 ways to become a registered nurse.
    • You should get a bachelor's degree in nursing (BSN).
    • Complete an associate's degree in nursing (ASN).
    • Get a diploma from an accredited nursing program.


    For more info about education you can visit here.

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    Registered nurses provide medical care, education, and emotional support to patients. Employment for nurses is expected to increase by 26% from 2010 to 2020, which is a faster growth rate than most jobs.

    How to Become a Registered Nurse

    Consider becoming a nurse practitioner: Advance your career as a nurse by becoming a nurse practitioner, who can make diagnoses, prescribe medications, treat acute conditions and do other tasks that registered nurses cannot.

    Bureau of Labour Statistics Nursing

    Send your resume here for free assessment.

    Thanks.

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