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Nurse Practitioner Vacancy Available In Leeds

Locum Meds have a vacancy for Nurse Practitioner at our Minor Injury Unit in Leeds.

This is a permanent role for 36.5 hours per week.

The remuneration is up to £36,200 per annum.

The role is to assist in the provision of a quality nurse led service to patients attending the Minor Injury Unit.

The post holder will assess patients health needs with a range of minor illness and injury conditions, plan their care, administer treatment and discharge them as proper to other social insurance experts and additionally look for counsel and support from a more experienced individual from staff.

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We also provide the following benefits:

  • Easy application – our registration process is fast free and easy
  • High rates of pay- £35 – £60 per hour (including holiday pay)
  • Local shift’s exclusively available to you
  • Opportunity to enhance your CPD.

Required qualifications:

  • Valid NMC Pin
  • Independent Prescribing
  • The recent experience of working in a Nurse Practitioner role
  • Experience of working in Primary Care: GP surgery, Walk-in Centre, Urgent Care Centres etc.

We are currently looking for several Nurse Practitioners for a locum or permanent job in Leeds.

Nurse Practitioner jobs on Indeed website can be found here https://www.indeed.co.uk/Nurse-Practitioner-jobs )

Locum Meds do their best to negotiate a salary better than Indeed Nurse Practitioner jobs.

Many Nurse Practitioners have jobs in Leeds, but what would convince you to make a new move? Please call us to discuss.

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Nurse Prescriber role for a Primary Care Centre in Leeds

We are looking for an experienced Nurse Prescriber to work in a primary care centre in the  Leeds area.

The client is looking for a reliable, experienced and friendly Nurse Prescriber who are dedicated to their job to cover a flexible shift pattern Monday to Friday.

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An ideal candidate will be

• Be extremely adaptable, competent and motivated in caring for patients
• Have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in the field
• Suitable qualifications and have a live NMC membership as an independent Prescriber
• You must be able to prescribe autonomously
• Assessing, diagnosing and treating patients presenting with a minor injury and minor medical conditions

Benefits Include

• Ongoing opportunities nationwide
• Flexible working hours
• Competitive pay rates
• One to one consultancy service

We are currently looking for Nurse Prescriber for a locum or permanent job in Leeds.

Nurse Prescriber Jobs on Indeed website can be found here (https://www.indeed.co.uk/Nurse-Prescriber-jobs)

Locum Meds do their best to negotiate a salary better than Indeed Nurse Prescriber jobs

This Nurse Prescriber will have a new job located in Leeds.

Many Nurse Prescriber has jobs in Leeds, but what would convince you to make a new move? Please call us to discuss.

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What is a Nurse Prescriber:

Independent nurse prescribers are nurses who have successfully completed an NMC Independent Nurse Prescribing Course (also known as v200 or v300 courses). They are able to prescribe any medicine provided it is in their competency to do so. This includes medicines and products listed in the BNF, unlicensed medicines and all controlled drugs in schedules two – five.

Nurse Prescriber: salary / Pay

The salary of a non-medical independent Nurse Prescriber varies depending upon the following;  Hours worked, experience, Education, how eager the organisation are in your skills, references, reputation, location, the list goes on…

Locum Meds have years of experience in accurately determining your pay rate, give us a call today to discuss either what you should be getting paid or what you should be paying a prospective or current employee.

Independent Nurse  Prescriber  Job Description: 

Provide and maintain a high standard of nursing care for patients as well as providing nursing assistance to the doctors and the other members of the centre’s team. The duties will include all tasks normally undertaken by an experienced registered nurse and in addition, any roles agreed between the nurse and the doctors as appropriate, having regard to current training.

Clinical Practice

  • Assist with the organisation and coordination of the provision of nursing services for the practice.
  • Provide nursing treatment to patients in participation with general practitioners or independently agreed to protocols, including cervical smears.
  • Provide general and specific health screening to the practice patients (within the agreed protocols) with referral to general practitioners as necessary.
  • Be competent in the administration of childhood immunisation and travel vaccination. • Be competent and confident in managing people with long-term health conditions
  • Assess, diagnose, plan, implement and evaluate treatment/interventions and care for patients presenting with an undifferentiated diagnosis
  • Assess, diagnosis, plan, implement and evaluate interventions/treatments for patients with complex needs Proactively identify, diagnose and manage treatment plans for patients at risk of developing a long-term condition (as appropriate)
  • Diagnose and manage both acute and chronic conditions, integrating both drug- and nondrug-based treatment methods into a management plan
  • Prescribe and review medication for therapeutic effectiveness, appropriate to patient needs and in accordance with the evidence-based practice and national and practice protocols, and within the scope of practice
  • Work with patients in order to support compliance with and adherence to prescribed treatments Provide information and advice on prescribed or over-the-counter medication on medication regimens, side-effects and interactions
  • Prioritise health problems and intervene appropriately to assist the patient in complex, urgent or emergency situations, including the initiation of effective emergency care
  • Support patients to adopt health promotion strategies that promote healthy lifestyles and apply principles of self-care.
  • Implement and participate in vaccination and immunisation programmes for both adults and children
  • Meet the needs of patients presenting for opportunistic wound care
  • Utilise and demonstrate sensitive communication styles, to ensure patients are fully informed and consent to treatment

Delivering a quality service

  • Recognise and work within own competence and professional code of conduct as regulated by the NMC Produce accurate, contemporaneous and complete records of patient consultation, consistent with legislation, policies and procedures
  • Prioritise, organise and manage own workload in a manner that maintains and promotes quality
  • Deliver care according to NSF, NICE guidelines and evidence-based care
  • In partnership with other clinical teams, collaborate on improving the quality of health care responding to local and national policies and initiatives as appropriate
  • Evaluate patients’ response to healthcare provision and the effectiveness of care
  • Support and participate in shared learning across the practice and wider organisation 

Administrative and professional responsibilities

  • Participate in the administrative and professional responsibilities of the practice team.
  • Take responsibility for own learning and performance including participating in clinical supervision and acting as a positive role model
  • Support staff development in order to maximise potential
  • Actively promote the workplace as a learning environment, encouraging everyone to learn from each other and from external good practice
  • Take a lead role in planning and implementing changes in the area of care and responsibility • Contribute to the development of local guidelines, protocols and standards
  • Create clear referral mechanisms to meet patient need
  • Prioritise own workload and ensure effective time-management strategies are embedded within the culture of the team
  • Work effectively with others to clearly define values, direction and policies impacting upon care delivery
  • Discuss, highlight and work with the team to create opportunities to improve patient care
  • Ensure accurate notes of all consultations and treatments are recorded adequately on the computer.
  • Ensure acute completion of all necessary documentation associated with the patient healthcare and registration of the practice.
  • Ensure collection and maintenance of statistical information required for regular and ad hoc reports.
  • Assist in the formulation of practical philosophy, strategy and policy.
  • Maintain a notice board in the waiting area designated for patient healthcare education.

Communication and key working relationships

  • Director of Clinical Services/Deputy Director of Clinical Services
  • Head of GPLHC
  • Local Medical Director
  • GP’s and Nursing team
  • Patient Services Manager
  • Receptionists

The independent nurse prescriber post holder must maintain good working relationships with all personnel working within the Walk-in centre and the personnel working within the partnership practice. They must be able to demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills at all times.

Professional Development

  • Maintain continuing education by attendance at courses and study days as deemed useful or necessary for professional development.
  • Disseminate learning and information gained by other team members in order to share good practice and inform others about current and future developments (eg courses and conferences
  • Assess own learning needs and undertake to learn as appropriate
  • Provide an educational role to patients, carers, families and colleagues in an environment that facilitates learning

General Responsibilities Of Nurse Prescriber

Staff must behave in a professional and discreet manner at all times.

  • Patient and professional confidentiality is of prime importance. Any breach of confidentiality can result in immediate suspension/dismissal.
  • Appropriate attire must be worn at all times in line with practice policy.
  • Full details of conditions of employment are shown in the contract of employment.

Nurse Independent Prescriber Job Requirements

  • Registered General Nurse
  • Membership of a professional body
  • To work in accordance with the UKCC Code of Conduct
  • Ability to self-motivate, organise and prioritise workloads
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Good sense of humour
  • Ability to motivate the nursing team

Other Duties Of Nurse Prescriber role

The non-medical independent Nurse prescriber may, from time-to-time, be asked to undertake other reasonable duties, with appropriate training. It is important that all members of staff are prepared to undertake additional or relinquish current duties to maintain service delivery to patients. It is expected that requests from the Partners will not be unreasonably refused.

Nurse prescriber Courses and Programmes:

Nurse prescriber  programmes can be found in the following links:

https://www.gre.ac.uk/pg/engsci/isp

https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/taught/med/practice-certificate-in-independent-prescribing.aspx

https://www.brighton.ac.uk/courses/study/independent-prescribing.aspx

http://www.dmu.ac.uk/study/courses/postgraduate-courses/non-medical-prescribing-pg-cert/non-medical-prescribing.aspx

Online Nurse Prescribing Courses

Online non-medical Nurse prescriber courses can be carried out, these are very far in between and recommend that you go with a qualification that is hands-on and practical.

Locum Meds also recommend that you choose a course which has the V300 Independent Prescribing qualification (Independent nurse prescriber and Supplementary Non-Medical nurse prescriber) incorporated within the course, or you can study this qualification alongside Nurse Practitioner qualifications, make sure you achieve a V300 Independent Prescribing qualification as this will determine your prescribing rights as shown on the NMC website for each individual nurse.

https://www.uclan.ac.uk/schools/nursing/index.php?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI1ZiR6Niy2wIV2IBwCh1O1wd5EAAYAiAAEgIvwPD_BwE

http://www.manchester.ac.uk/study/masters/courses/list/09815/independent-prescribing-short-course/

https://www1.kcl.ac.uk/teares/nmvc/external/prospectus/course_info.php?code=065

http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/non-medical-prescribing-for-health-v300

https://www.edgehill.ac.uk/health/cpd-modules/non-medical-prescribing-v300-2/

http://www.derby.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/non-medical-prescribing-practice-certificate/

http://www.salford.ac.uk/ug-courses/non-medical-prescribing-single-module

http://www.dmu.ac.uk/study/courses/postgraduate-courses/non-medical-prescribing-pg-cert/non-medical-prescribing.aspx

How to become a Certified Nurse Prescriber:

Pharmacists can attain two types of prescribing qualification: independent and supplementary. Independent prescribers, or non-medical independent nurse prescriber (NMPs), are in a position to give patients timely access to medicines and are ideally placed to optimise and individualise treatment. The NMP takes responsibility for the clinical assessment of the patient, including establishing a diagnosis and prescribing the necessary medicines. Supplementary prescribing, on the other hand, is a voluntary partnership between a doctor or dentist and a supplementary prescriber, who can prescribe medicines within an agreed patient-specific clinical management plan with the patient’s agreement

Locum Registered Mental Health Nurse’s required for Prison Work in Leeds

Are you looking for a new prison registered mental health nurse role?

Prison Registered Mental Health Nurse

We are currently looking for an experienced and dedicated prison registered mental health nurse to work in a prison in Leeds. The ideal candidate will possess highly developed specialist knowledge of prison nursing and be registered with the NMC.

The pay rates for this locum prison registered mental health nurse job is £24 (LTD Company Equivalent) per hour and is an initial 3-month contract.

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Requirements of the prison registered mental health nurse:

  • Degree or equivalent in nursing
  • Current NMC registration (RGN/RMN)
  • Significant NHS experience as a prison nurse
  • Prison clearance

As a Registered Mental Nurse  – Band 6, your duties will include:

  • Caring for patients with acute conditions – building relationships and responding to their physical and emotional needs, while delivering effective care.
  • Administering patients’ medications and treatments – and monitoring results.
  • Dealing with the specific symptoms of mental illness, de-escalating stressful situations and helping patients overcome challenges.
  • Interacting with patients’ families and other care staff – offering advice and information on patients’ conditions.
  • Preparing and maintaining patients records, producing care plans and risk assessments.
  • Organizing group therapy sessions, including social and artistic events, aimed at promoting patients’ mental recovery.

Please contact us today to find out more.

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What is Registered Mental  Health Nurse (RMN):

Registered General Nurse (RMN) noun a nurse who has completed a three-year training course in all aspects of nursing care to enable the nurse to be registered with the United Kingdom Central Council for Nursing, Midwifery, and Health Visiting. Registered mental health nurse will provide support to people living with various mental health conditions. This can involve helping the patient to recover from their illness or to come to terms with it in order to lead a positive life.

Registered Mental Health Nurse Salary / Pay:

The salary of a Registered General Nurse role varies depending upon the following;  Hours worked, experience, Education, how eager the organisation are in your skills, references, reputation, location, the list goes on…

Locum Meds have years of experience in accurately determining your pay rate, give us a call today to discuss either what you should be getting paid or what you should be paying a prospective or current employee.

RMN Job Description:

The content of this job description is designed to be inclusive of a broad range of tasks which may be performed by a registered general nurse. An registered general nurse role will  responsible for the assessment of care needs, the development, implementation and evaluation of programmes of care, Promotes and restores patients’ health by completing the nursing process, collaborating with physicians and multidisciplinary team members, providing physical and psychological support to patients, friends, and families, supervising assigned team members.

To plan, implement and supervise nursing care in designated area of responsibility. To be physically involved in the nursing care of the residents and to meet all service users individual needs, either personally or through delegation. To take responsibility for, and effectively supervise the day to day running of the home, in the absence of the Home Manager and Deputy Manager and ensure that the care is of a high standard at all times

Scope Of Registered Mental Health Nurse:

Registered nurses utilise nursing knowledge and complex nursing judgment to assess health needs and provide care, and to advise and support people to manage their health. They practise independently and in collaboration with other health professionals, perform general nursing functions, and delegate to and directly enrolled nurses, healthcare assistants and others. They provide comprehensive assessments to develop, implement, and evaluate an integrated plan of health care, and provide interventions that require substantial scientific and professional knowledge, skills and clinical decision making. This occurs in a range of settings in partnership with individuals, families, communities

what are the duties of a registered nurse

  • Identifies patient care requirements by establishing a personal rapport with potential and actual patients and other persons in a position to understand care requirements.
  • Establishes a compassionate environment by providing emotional, psychological, and spiritual support to patients, friends, and families.
  • Promotes patient’s independence by establishing patient care goals; teaching patient, friends, and family to understand the condition, medications, and self-care skills; answering questions.
  • Assures quality of care by adhering to therapeutic standards; measuring health outcomes against patient care goals and standards; making or recommending necessary adjustments; following hospital and nursing division’s philosophies and standards of care set by state board of nursing, state nurse practice act, and other governing agency regulations.
  • Resolves patient problems and needs by utilizing multidisciplinary team strategies.
  • Maintains safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations; calling for assistance from health care support personnel.
  • Protects patients and employees by adhering to infection-control policies and protocols, medication administration and storage procedures, and controlled substance regulations.
  • Documents patient care services by charting in patient and department records.
  • Maintains continuity among nursing teams by documenting and communicating actions, irregularities, and continuing needs.
  • Ensures operation of equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements; following manufacturer’s instructions; troubleshooting malfunctions; calling for repairs; maintaining equipment inventories; evaluating new equipment and techniques.
  • prepare patients and assist with patient examinations and therapies
  • assist with diagnostic tests and interpret results
  • modify treatment plans where indicated
  • advise patients on health maintenance and preventative medicine
  • provide educational, emotional and psychological support to patients and family members
  • maintain a safe and clean working environment in compliance with healthcare procedures and regulations
  • adhere to infection-control protocols
  • follow medication administration and storage procedures and regulations
  • monitor and co-ordinate maintenance of equipment operation and inventory
  • check and maintain nursing supplies inventory
  • educate and instruct patients on home care need

 Responsibilities of Registered Mental Health Nurse

  • To be aware of each service user’s social and medical needs
  • To be the named nurse for a specific number of service users. To take responsibility for those care plans by assessing, implementing and evaluating each service users medical, psychological and social needs on a regular basis or as needs change as the Company Policies and Procedures indicates.
  • To store all service users care plans as Company Policy and Procedure and Data Protection Act 1998
  • To lead and supervise a team of care assistants in carrying out their key worker roles
  • Offer consultation and supervision to all staff on a regular basis in accordance with the Majesticare Supervision Policy and maintain appropriate records.
  • Develop staff skills in preparation for promotion or additional responsibilities.
  • To carry out staff appraisals in line with the company keyworker system
  • Ensure that the staff allocation sheet for the shift is completed in full and offers the correct skill mix to meet the needs of the residents
  • To participate in appropriate learning and practice activities that maintain and develops your competence and performance
  • To ensure coverage of the home at all times, making the best possible use of staff resources
  • To undertake drug rounds at prescribed times – ensuring sufficient drugs are available for following 24 hours.
  • To ensure that controlled drugs are checked by and administered by 2 appropriately trained members of staff, one of whom must be a 1st level nurse.
  • To complete medical administration records (MAR) correctly. To complete all daily drug check lists as required by the Home Manager.
  • To report and record all complaints, accidents, happenings and untoward incidents to the nurse in charge/Deputy or Home Manager as per Company Policy and Procedure.
  • To complete all appropriate monitoring records and care plans. To note any area of concern and implement a plan of care. For new residents ensure that the care plan is completed within 72 hours.
  • To design, implement and review care plans for all new service users, in accordance with company policy.
  • To promote the general physical appearance of service users at all times.
  • To assist in teaching care assistants to carry out their duties and to understand the abilities and disabilities of each service user.
  • To carry out prescribed dressings and other aspects of wound and pressure ulcer management and ensure that all service users have appropriate pressure relieving equipment.
  • To be responsible for an area of clinical competence and complete all appropriate nursing audits as requested by the Home Manager
  • To carry out nursing procedures as necessary; which may include blood glucose estimation, blood pressure measurement, temperature measurement, urine testing, etc.
  • To record all baseline observations each month. Note any area of concern and implement a plan of care
  • To ensure all recording charts, when in use, are kept up to date. In particular food and fluid records and other daily observations

Registered Mental Health Nurse Skills and Qualifications:

Clinical Skills, Bedside Manner, Infection Control, Nursing Skills, Physiological Knowledge, Administering Medication, Medical Teamwork, Multi-tasking, Listening, Verbal Communication, Health Promotion and Maintenance

Mental health nursing

Mental health nurses plan and deliver care for people living at home, in small residential units or in specialist hospital services. Nurses working in this field need enhanced communication skills to support families and carers. They work with other health care professionals to ensure patients with mental illness get the specialised care they need.  They may develop expertise in areas such as rehabilitation, child and adolescent mental health, substance misuse or working in secure settings

What do RMNs do?

RGN jobs consist of all kinds of work and it will vary depending on your specialisation. Broadly, you may work in hospitals or out in the community. In hospitals, you could work in all kinds of inpatient and outpatient settings such as A&E, wards or an area like Oncology. In the community, you’ll work in areas like schools, prisons or GP surgeries.

After working in front-line jobs, you may wish to further your education or move into education and managerial work. To do so, you will need to study further.

General Nursing Specializations

Every registered nurse must browse one of four specializations as a component of their nursing degree – adult nursing, children’s nursing, mental health nursing or learning disability nursing. It’s possible to change after graduating, so this doesn’t mean your career is decided.

Adult nursing

Adult nurses work with patients more than 18. They can work in clinics or in community settings, for example, individuals’ homes, health centres or nursing homes. Once qualified, they can take additional courses to have some expertise in areas such as cancer care, women’s health, accident and emergency, critical care, practice nursing, health visiting or school nursing.

Children’s nursing

Children’s nurses work with children and young people up to 19 years old and can work in a variety of settings, from expert infant care units to pre-adult units. Children react to illness in a very different way to adults, and children’s nurses are specially trained to understand their needs. Children’s nurses also support, advise and educate parents and carers. they can specialise in areas such as health visiting, school nursing, intensive care, child safeguarding and cancer care.

Learning disability nursing

Nurses who qualify in this branch of assist individuals with learning incapacities to live autonomous and satisfying lives. They may work with individuals in upheld convenience, or with those who need more intensive support – for instance, in hospitals or in specialist secure units for offenders with learning disabilities. There is also the opportunity to specialise in areas such as epilepsy administration or working with individuals with tangible hindrance.

Mental health nursing

Mental health nurses plan and deliver care for people living at home, in small residential units or in specialist hospital services. Nurses working in this field need enhanced communication skills to support families and carers. They work with other health care professionals to ensure patients with mental illness get the specialised care they need.  They may develop expertise in areas such as rehabilitation, child and adolescent mental health, substance misuse or working in secure settings.

Communication

  • Advise patients of the registered general nurse role, its extent and limits.
  • Communicate effectively, promptly and appropriately with patients and team members.
  • Provide links to additional information/guidance/support for both colleagues and patients/carers including onward referral where required.
  • Modify method of communication with patients to suit the situation, recognise problems/barriers take action and seek help at an early stage when they arise.
  • Communicate risk to patients and ensure proper consent gained where appropriate.
  • Act as an advocate for patients or colleagues who need assistance and representation.
  • Establish and maintain effective communication with internal and external stakeholders/organisations/individuals.
  • Contribute to practice and nursing team meetings.

Registered Nurse Job Growth

Demand for nurses  in the UK’s healthcare industry is currently high and working nurses will have plenty of opportunities to move up the ladder into advanced nursing positions. In some cases, healthcare institutions will help employees move into a nursing career, with financial assistance for training

Physical, Mental, Emotional and Environmental Requirements of the RGN

Physical Skills

  • Manual Handling skills/patients/trolleys
  • Dexterity of managing venous/arterial lines/IV injections and infusions
  • Wound management/ Suturing/Wound closure
  • Management of body cavity drains
  • Keyboard skills for computer use
  • Application of plaster casts
  • Management of aggression skills

Physical Demands

  • Movement of patients/ equipment/beds/trolleys/monitors
  • Long and rotational shift patterns
  • Cleaning and maintenance of equipment

Mental Demands

  • Calculation of drug dosages
  • Increased concentration in developing rosters /manpower
  • Planning/patient care with unpredictable interruptions in task
  • Due to emergency event eg; cardiac arrest/major trauma
  • Complaints Handling and responses
  • Multi-tasking and prioritising
  • Assessment and teaching of qualified nurses
  • Management of major incidents

Emotional Demands

  • Bereavement and breaking bad news in sudden death cases
  • Challenging behaviour from patients and carers/verbal and physical aggression
  • Exposure to substances hazardous to health eg; body fluids
  • Managing potential /actual disciplinary issues
  • Exposure to trauma Domestic abuse issues Child protection issues in paediatric abuse

Working Conditions For Registered Mental Health Nurse

Working conditions nurses vary widely depending on a variety of factors, including setting, kind of degree, specialization and even the passionate condition of the individual. In general, nursing is a demanding job, both physically and emotionally, and it can convey genuine outcomes for the individuals who are ill-equipped.

Working in an  allocated area which is split into 4 areas

  • Majors
  • Minors
  • Triage
  • Resus

Confidentiality In Registered Mental Health Nurse

In the course of their duties, the registered general nurse will have access to confidential information relating to patients, their carers and relatives and colleagues within and outside the practice. They may also have access to information relating to the practice as a business. All such information from any source whatsoever will be treated as strictly confidential.

Information relating to patients, their careers and relatives and colleagues within and outside the practice and in relation to the practice as a business will only be shared in accordance with the practice’s Confidentiality Policy, the Data Protection Act and the Freedom of Information Act and in such a way that personal and sensitive patient-identifiable data is protected.

Other duties of  Registered Mental Health Nurse role

The registered general nurse role may, from time-to-time, be asked to undertake other reasonable duties, with appropriate training. It is important that all members of staff are prepared to undertake additional or relinquish current duties to maintain service delivery to patients. It is expected that requests from the Partners will not be unreasonably refused.

Registered Mental Health Nurse Courses and Programmes

RGN programmes can be found in the following links:

https://www.shortcoursesportal.com/study-options/268927089/nursing-united-kingdom.html

http://www.studyin-uk.in/studyuk/nursing/

https://www.hotcoursesabroad.com/india/training-degrees/england-exc-london/nursing-courses/loc/75/cgory/h5-3/sin/ct/programs.html

https://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/taught-courses/nursing-with-registration-graduate-entry-pg-dip.aspx

https://www.city.ac.uk/subjects/nursing

https://www.nmc.org.uk/education/approved-programmes/

The Difference Between a Registered Nurse and a Nurse Practitioner

Both RNs and NPs provide care to patients, but there are distinct differences in their required education. Registered nurses may earn an associate’s or bachelor’s degree, while nurse practitioners must have at least a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree.

Another difference is that more than 60% of RNs work in hospitals, while nearly half of NPs work in private practices and community health clinics.

The biggest difference between NPs and RNs is the level of self-sufficiency allowed to nurse practitioners. They can see patients all alone or allude to a doctor or expert as a case requires. nurse practitioners can diagnose and treat acute illnesses and can prescribe medications.

Registered nurses are required to pass a licensing exam, while nurse practitioners must pass a certification exam and must re-certify every five years.

How to Become a Registered Nurse Online

There are three steps to meet registered nurse job qualifications:

  • Complete the minimum required nursing education—usually a certificate or diploma.
  • Work at a healthcare facility under an RN to gain supervised clinical experience.
  • Pass the national RN examination (NCLEX-RN exam)

Online Registered Nurse Programs

More than one online nursing degree program can help you become an RN and prepare you to sit for the licensing exam.

RNs may tail one of three instructive ways:

  • Earn a diploma or certificate from an approved nursing program
  • Complete an associate degree in nursing (ADN)
  • Earn a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing degree (BSN)

Many Registered Nurse’s launches their careers by earning nursing diplomas or certificates and becoming an LPN (licensed practical nurse). Once working, LPNs can go on to complete the coursework needed for an associate’s degree to become an RN. Testing out of required courses can significantly speed up this process.

Some opt to complete an online associate nursing program before taking the nursing exam and beginning to work.

Registered General Nurse Online Courses:

Best registered nurse programs can be carried out, these are very far in between and recommend that you go with a qualification that is hands-on and practical.

https://study.com/online_nursing_diploma_program.html

https://www.healthcareers.nhs.uk/EXPLORE-ROLES/nursing/studying-nursing

http://www.studyin-uk.com/studyuk/nursing/

https://www.uwl.ac.uk/academic-schools/nursing-midwifery

How to become a  Registered Nurse:

To work as a nurse, you need a degree in nursing and you must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). You’ll need to choose which of the four nursing specialisms (adult, children, mental health, or learning disability) you’d like to study. Nursing requires an abnormal state of specialized fitness and clinical basic leadership abilities. To build up these, you’ll spend half of your nursing degree on administered situations in nearby doctor’s facility and network settings.