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Nursing is a unique profession concerned with all variables affecting clients in their environment, promotion, optimization of health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response. Nursing is an intellectual, physical, emotional and moral process which includes the identification of nursing needs such as therapeutic interventions and personal care, information, education, advice and advocacy, spiritual support in addition to direct patient care.

Nursing encompasses autonomous and collaborative care of individuals of all ages, families, groups and communities. A nurse is a healthcare professional who is focused on caring for individuals, families, and communities, ensuring to maintain health. Nursing process is the method used to assess and diagnose needs, plan outcomes and interventions, and evaluate the outcomes of the care provided.


Specialty areas of Nursing

1. Cardiac nursing.

2. Orthopedic nursing.

3. Palliative care.

4. Perioperative nursing.

5. Obstetrical nursing.

6. Oncology nursing.

7. Practice nursing.

8. Community mental health nursing.

9. Community children's nursing.

10.Health visiting and public health nursing.

 

Employment

Nursing graduates are employed in hospitals, clinics, Nursing and Residential homes and health services, voluntary organizations and the pharmaceutical industry. Nursing graduates work as a nurse in all hospitals and clinics and has responsibilities such as, Perform physical exams and health histories, Provide health promotion, counseling and education, Interpret patient information and make critical decisions about needed action, Conduct research in support of improved practice and patient outcomes. Nurses are capable of assessing, planning, implementing, and evaluating care independently of physicians, and they provide support from basic triage to emergency surgery.

 
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