An ER nurse is responsible for assisting ER doctors with emergency room care. They are responsible for assessing the needs of a patient that comes into the emergency room. A few of the main duties of an ER nurse are collecting data for tests, collaborating with doctors, maintaining a sanitary work area, and maintaining patient charts. They also have to provide follow up care to patients to ensure treatments work correctly. Some of the jobs titles that an ER nurse could grow into are RN and head of nursing.
An ER nurse should have two years of experience in an ER environment as well as a Bachelor's or Associate's degree in nursing. One of the most important skills that an ER nurse will have is the ability to stay calm under pressure. Another skill is problem solving as the ER nurse will need to be able to make decisions regarding a patient's care.
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