Different Job Types for RNs

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RNs, or registered nurses, can work in a variety of jobs, including everything from intermediate care to the ICU. Discover how to work as an RN in home health, travel nursing or oncology with help from a licensed RN in this free video on nursing jobs and health care.

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Hi, my name's Kayti Brosnan. I'm a nurse here in Austin, Texas, and I'm going to tell you about the different job types of RN's. One of the really cool things about being a nurse is that there's a variety of jobs that you can work in. If you're working within the hospital you can work on a variety of floors, from intermediate care to the ICU. You can be in the ER, the OR. There is, in trauma hospitals there's trauma floors. There's nurses that put in IV's full time. Outside of the hospital there is home health, camp nursing, travel nursing, oncology. Whether you're working in a clinic or a dialysis clinic. You also have the options of moving outside of the clinical setting, and you can do research nursing. You can do insurance nursing where you're working for an insurance company and taking their calls. Basically, it's called triaging, so you're kind of telling people what's going on. So, there's a lot of varieties. You can also work in doctor's offices and clinics, and there's just a lot of things that you can do. So, those are some of the different job types as a nurse.


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