Emergency Nursing – split-second decision making; expecting the unexpected; working as part of a team of emergency response professionals; need plenty of stamina; saving lives.
Nursing – working as a member of the operating room
or a special procedures team; highly technical and exacting;
the ability to specialize in certain types of procedures
and work as a first assistant with surgeons; providing
supportive and safe care at a vulnerable time in patients'
Nursing – working with a wide variety of medical
and surgical patients; coordinating treatment; recovery
and discharge planning with physicians, other hospital
departments and patients' families; improving lives.
Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU) Nursing – working with very small premature newborns; combining cutting edge technology and high-touch patient interaction; family education; making life possible.
Critical Care/Intensive Care (CCU/ICU) Nursing – caring for patients at high risk for life-threatening health problems; providing care that requires complex assessment; high intensity therapies and interventions and observation for subtle changes in a patient’s condition; making sure that patients receive vigilant and optimal care.