Certified Emergency Nurses:
Healthcare is one of the most thriving sectors as there are hundreds of new job openings for professionals with healthcare diplomas and degrees. Just as other fields within this sector, there is a great demand for nurses across the country. Enrolling in nursing programs can help students qualify as a registered nurse and pursue highly.Healthcare is a rewarding field with scores of new job opportunities. Owing to the aging population and advancements in the field of medical science, more and more doctors, nurses and medical staff is required in clinics, hospitals and other medical settings across the country. Depending upon the individual goals of a student, they can opt to specialize in a particular area within nursing or remain unspecialized. Nurses with specialties can find the most rewarding jobs in this field.
Certified emergency nurses are medical experts who have the expertise to care for patients during the most critical stages of illness or injury. These nurses specialize in the initial care and treatment of patients in critical conditions.
How to Become a Certified Emergency Nurse
Students who want to pursue a career in Emergency nursing need to works towards an Registed Nurse (RN) degree. They can enroll in a 2-year associate degree or a 4-year bachelors program in nursing to get into this profession. Other than classroom learning, students are required to complete supervised clinical experience. Coursework in RN degree may include topics like health assessments, anatomy and physiology, nursing ethics and nursing skills and practice.
The next step is to obtain a license by passing the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN exam). They also need to gain experience in nursing to become a certified emergency nurse. Aspiring emergency nurses need experience in working in various trauma situations such as orthopedic, respiratory, neurological, and obstetrical emergencies.
What’s these CEN Practice Exams series help you?
As you know, currently we are introducing to you approximately 200 multiple-choice questions on the CEN exam, are divided into 7 parts (including this part 5), that will help you prepare for your CEN examination. These CEN practice exams will help you not only review key nursing concepts, but also familiarize yourself with the multiple choice written exam format that you will encounter on test day.
You can view the CEN Practice Exams we have introduced previously:
Now, we invite you to continue to participate in the CEN Practice Exam [part 5]:
Online CEN Practice Exam
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