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Registered Nurse
Posted date [28-Aug-2016]  (ID: 7922)
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Observing and recording patients behaviour.
Coordinating with physicians and other healthcare professionals for creating and evaluating customized care plans.
In order to provide emotional and psychological support to the patients and their families, RNs create harmonious environment.
Diagnosing the disease by analyzing patients symptoms and taking required actions for his/her recovery.
Maintaining reports of patients medical histories, and monitoring changes in their condition.
Carrying out the requisite treatments and medications.
Directing and supervising LPNs and CNAs.
Checking the stock on a regular basis for maintaining the inventory level, and placing orders if required.
Changing patients medication as indicated by their conditions and responses.
Adhering with the protocols, norms, rules and regulations in order to maintain complete medical records.
Maintaining hygienic and safe working environment in compliance with the healthcare procedures.
Conducting research for improving the nursing practices and healthcare outcomes.
Providing instant care during medical emergencies, like car accidents, burns, heart attacks and strokes.
Discussing treatment with pharmacists and physicians in the critical cases.
Providing necessary guidance on health maintenance and disease prevention.
Keeping an eye on each and every aspect of patient care that includes physical activity plus proper diet.

Preparing rooms, and decontaminating equipments and instruments.
Preparing patients for examinations.
Educating patients families about the disease and its treatment.
Assisting doctors during surgery.
Resolving patients problems and fulfilling their requirements by applying multifaceted team strategy.
Interacting with the healthcare teams for maintaining harmonious relationships.
Attending educational workshops for enhancing professional and technical knowledge.
Performing lab work and giving complete information to the physician about patients condition during anaesthesia.
Recommending drugs and other forms of treatment, like inhalation therapy, physical therapy, etc.

Hence, an RN performs a wide range of tasks from paediatric to geriatric, in order to provide adequate nursing services, which makes them a key person for doctors and patients.
Work Environment


Work environment plays an integral role in offering standard services. The profession of a registered nurse comes along with complexities and major responsibilities. It is a challenging vocation that demands versatility and alertness.

Registered nurse works in different areas of the healthcare sector, such as hospitals, clinics, schools, rehabilitation centers, outpatient and mental health facilities, ambulatory care centers and private physicians clinics. They may also work in community centers, schools and patients homes.

As a registered nurse, you are expected to remain prepared for working long hours. You may also have to work on weekends, holidays and even during night shifts. These professionals spend most of their time walking, standing, lifting and bending. They are supposed to work closely with the patients suffering from infectious diseases.
Career Outlook

According to a survey conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the nursing sector will grow tremendously in the coming years. Between 2012 and 2022, 19 % growth in the employment opportunities for RNs has been projected by the BLS. Increase in the population of aging people and easy access to the health care services are some of the reasons of the growth of demand of these professionals. Moreover, the preference of older people to get treated at home will open the doors for registered nurses in the residential care facilities. Overall; nurses will have immense job opportunities in the future.

An RN can assume the following roles:

Clinical Nurse Manager
Clinical nurse managers supervise the everyday activities of the nursing unit. They assess the performance of nurses, mentor them and provide feedback. Clinical nurse manager overlooks the budgets, and maintains inventory of supplies, medicines and equipments.
Nurse Anesthetist
Nurse anesthetists are advanced practical nurses, who work with surgeons, anesthesiologists and medical professionals in order to deliver anesthesia for surgical procedures. They care for patients before, after and during surgery.
Labor and Delivery Nurse
They care for women during their delivery and take care of newly born babies, treat the complications and educate mothers and families. They possess excellent critical thinking and quick decision making skills.
Patient Educator
These nurses develop educational programs for individuals in the health care settings.Patient educator explains the at-home care medical procedures, surgical treatments to patients and their families.
Chief Nursing Officer
Chief nursing officer possesses the highest position in the healthcare industry. They direct the staff nurses and nurse managers. They also design and execute the patient care plans.
Critical Care Nurse
Critical care nurses assess the patients and implement necessary care plan accordingly. They work in ICUs, pediatric intensive care units, neonatal and cardiac units, where high-intensity treatments and regular supervision is required.
Post Details
Job Title Registered Nurse
Description Observing and recording patients behaviour.
Coordinating with physicians and other healthcare professionals for creating and evaluating customized care plans.
In order to provide emotional and psychological support to the patients and their families, RNs create harmonious environment.
Diagnosing the disease by analyzing patients symptoms and taking required actions for his/her recovery.
Maintaining reports of patients medical histories, and monitoring changes in their condition.
Carrying out the requisite treatments and medications.
Directing and supervising LPNs and CNAs.
Checking the stock on a regular basis for maintaining the inventory level, and placing orders if required.
Changing patients medication as indicated by their conditions and responses.
Adhering with the protocols, norms, rules and regulations in order to maintain complete medical records.
Maintaining hygienic and safe working environment in compliance with the healthcare procedures.
Conducting research for improving the nursing practices and healthcare outcomes.
Providing instant care during medical emergencies, like car accidents, burns, heart attacks and strokes.
Discussing treatment with pharmacists and physicians in the critical cases.
Providing necessary guidance on health maintenance and disease prevention.
Keeping an eye on each and every aspect of patient care that includes physical activity plus proper diet.

Preparing rooms, and decontaminating equipments and instruments.
Preparing patients for examinations.
Educating patients families about the disease and its treatment.
Assisting doctors during surgery.
Resolving patients problems and fulfilling their requirements by applying multifaceted team strategy.
Interacting with the healthcare teams for maintaining harmonious relationships.
Attending educational workshops for enhancing professional and technical knowledge.
Performing lab work and giving complete information to the physician about patients condition during anaesthesia.
Recommending drugs and other forms of treatment, like inhalation therapy, physical therapy, etc.

Hence, an RN performs a wide range of tasks from paediatric to geriatric, in order to provide adequate nursing services, which makes them a key person for doctors and patients.
Work Environment


Work environment plays an integral role in offering standard services. The profession of a registered nurse comes along with complexities and major responsibilities. It is a challenging vocation that demands versatility and alertness.

Registered nurse works in different areas of the healthcare sector, such as hospitals, clinics, schools, rehabilitation centers, outpatient and mental health facilities, ambulatory care centers and private physicians clinics. They may also work in community centers, schools and patients homes.

As a registered nurse, you are expected to remain prepared for working long hours. You may also have to work on weekends, holidays and even during night shifts. These professionals spend most of their time walking, standing, lifting and bending. They are supposed to work closely with the patients suffering from infectious diseases.
Career Outlook

According to a survey conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the nursing sector will grow tremendously in the coming years. Between 2012 and 2022, 19 % growth in the employment opportunities for RNs has been projected by the BLS. Increase in the population of aging people and easy access to the health care services are some of the reasons of the growth of demand of these professionals. Moreover, the preference of older people to get treated at home will open the doors for registered nurses in the residential care facilities. Overall; nurses will have immense job opportunities in the future.

An RN can assume the following roles:

Clinical Nurse Manager
Clinical nurse managers supervise the everyday activities of the nursing unit. They assess the performance of nurses, mentor them and provide feedback. Clinical nurse manager overlooks the budgets, and maintains inventory of supplies, medicines and equipments.
Nurse Anesthetist
Nurse anesthetists are advanced practical nurses, who work with surgeons, anesthesiologists and medical professionals in order to deliver anesthesia for surgical procedures. They care for patients before, after and during surgery.
Labor and Delivery Nurse
They care for women during their delivery and take care of newly born babies, treat the complications and educate mothers and families. They possess excellent critical thinking and quick decision making skills.
Patient Educator
These nurses develop educational programs for individuals in the health care settings.Patient educator explains the at-home care medical procedures, surgical treatments to patients and their families.
Chief Nursing Officer
Chief nursing officer possesses the highest position in the healthcare industry. They direct the staff nurses and nurse managers. They also design and execute the patient care plans.
Critical Care Nurse
Critical care nurses assess the patients and implement necessary care plan accordingly. They work in ICUs, pediatric intensive care units, neonatal and cardiac units, where high-intensity treatments and regular supervision is required.
Job Start Date 31/10/16
Salary Offered 5000 GBP
Number of Vacancies 145
Location Job Location -> Saudi Arabia
Location City England
    
Desired Candidate's Profile
Gender No Preference
Nationality Nationality -> No Preference
Candidate Current Location Job Location -> Libya
Work Experience 3-6 Years
Candidate Profile Description Education & Experience
Graduate

To be appointed as a Medical Officer in the British Army Reserve, you must:

Possess a degree in Medicine from a recognised tertiary institution;

Have completed Hospital Internship; and


Documentary evidence of registration must be provided.

Applicants may commence their application and be considered for entry during Internship phase. Experience in primary health care delivery is an advantage with a minimum of 6 months general practice recognised experience being required for medical officers to become employable and deployable in Army.

Graduate Medical Program

You must have completed an appropriate undergraduate degree, which may include humanities related degrees such as BA, BBus or BEd.

Applicants may be sponsored from commencement of the four-year degree.

You may attend an Officer Selection Board pending receipt of an offer to attend your chosen university.

The BDF will also accept applications from unencumbered (not bonded) or full-fee paying students. Full-fee paying university students will be reimbursed the equivalent amount of HELP scheme entitlement for that degree stream. The refund will be the highest amount specified in the government-approved, student contribution range for each degree stream.

Failure during Degree Studies: If you fail an examination and are unable to progress to the next academic year or graduate, your appointment may be terminated (recovery of costs including fees, salary and books would usually be initiated in these cases). Approval may be given for the student to repeat the year at the member's or BDF expense, provided that the failure was not due to a lack of application on the part of the student.

During your first posting you will also undergo training in trauma management, aero medical evacuation and occupational medicine.

There is an expectation that all GMS sponsored officers will apply for acceptance into either the British General Practice Training (BGPT) or British College of Rural and Remote Medicine (BCRMM) in order progress along a General Practice or Rural and Remote Medicine pathway. This is to ensure that all Medical Officers have the requisite primary health care skills to support the Army workforce. Progression through GP or BCRMM training pathway is required for progression from ML 2 to ML 3.
Applicants should aim for entry to the BGPT early in their intern year (PGY 1) and where possible, complete one Basic Term prior to first posting as an Army Medical Officer. Those who do not enter the BGPT during their residency are encouraged to complete a three month term in general practice during PGY2, if not this will be required on entering uniformed service.


Undergraduate

To be eligible for Army Undergraduate sponsorship, you must have completed Year 12 with passes in English and three other academic subjects and successfully completed at least two years of a five or six year full-time degree at a faculty of Medicine.

Graduate (Reserve)

To be appointed as a Medical Officer in the British Army Reserve, you must:

Possess a degree in Medicine from a recognised tertiary institution;

Have completed Hospital Internship; and

Be registered to practice as a Doctor.

Documentary evidence of registration must be provided.

Applicants may commence application during Internship phase. Experience in primary health care delivery is an advantage with a minimum of 6 months general practice recognised experience being required for medical officers to become employable and deployable in Army.
Job Classification
Job Type Job Type -> Full-time
Industry Type Job Industry -> Military
Job Function Job Functions -> Medical Practitioner
Employers Details
Company British Forces
Contact Person Riichard Nugee
Designation HR Manager
Telephone +4470319999876
Email richard.nugee(at)britishforces.com

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