Create a 3 pages page paper that discusses the classification of nursing careers and their professional and work description. The certified nursing assistant (CNA)This part will give a description of the roles of the certified nursing assistant (CNA) and the confines of their operation.This part shall basically highlight that a certified nursing assistant (CNA) is a nurse who provides patients and clients with medical and healthcare services while under the supervision of a Registered Nurse or a Licensed Practical Nurse.This part shall also show and explain their role in the nursing homes, elderly homes, assisted living facilities, and hospitals where they bridge the gap between Registered Nurse and the patients.Their working conditions should also be reviewed, their extent of supervision when working. they have the obligation of giving Medicare to all patients regardless of age and gender.Finally, this part will clearly indicate the extent of their interaction with patients and why they stand in a good position of giving vital information to supervisors.
The licensed vocational nurse (LVN)
This part will highlight the roles of the Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) as a nurse employed by the government or state to give routine patient care.This section shall also explain the working stations of the LVNs, for example, in hospitals, surgical centers, or long-term healthcare facilities where they perform the same functions as the Registered Nurses, (RNs).Their extent and depth of supervision should also be highlighted, which includes the role of RNs and doctors in their supervision.The focus on their hygienic job in medical institutions should also be focused on like cleaning and preparing of patients’ rooms.
Due to their low professional levels, and explanation as to why medical facilities find it more logical to apply the services of the RNs rather than LVNs should also be included as well as, the professional difference between the RNs and LVNs should also be indicated. A single RN is only supposed to supervise a few LVNs which means that, the employment of more LVNs also requires the employment of more RNs.
i. This section paper aims at giving clear explanations on the duties of RNs which include the treatment of patients. educate the patients and the public regarding various medical issues and provide counseling and emotional support to patients and the deceased families.
iii. In the latter parts of this section, a review as to why RNs find it more to their duty to educate patients and families on how to handle their illnesses or injuries, explaining after treatment home care wants. nutrition, diet, and working out programs. and self-provision of medication and body therapy are regarded their responsibility.
iv. This section shall also include their working capacities of running general fitness screening or vaccination clinics, blood drives, and public workshops on a variety of conditions as well as, work to promote universal health by enlightening the public on caution signs and symptoms of illnesses.
ii. This part shall also aim at a clear description of the fact that a Nurse Practitioner (NP) is a registered nurse (RN) who has supplementary education and preparation in a specific area of expertise such as family unit practice or pediatrics.
Their capacity for health care provision to children should be explained in the paper. The conditions should include the level of supervision at their stations.The educational levels of NPs are an important factor in their careers and the qualifications levels of becoming an NP will be highlighted in this context.Their field of expertise qualifications shall also be included as well as the rules and regulations of the Nurse Practice Act that govern the functionality of NPs.The capacity to carry out the following activities will also be featured in the paper. documentation of health history of patients, carry out physical examinations, carry out tests and procedures on patients, give solutions to health problems, treat general childhood illnesses, help in the handling of chronic illnesses, write prescriptions, suggest referrals to social groups and educate children on self-care and healthy daily life choices.
. . . . . . . . . . . The conclusion shall include the similarities and differences between the four groups and also the importance of the four groups in any medical institution or facility.