Neonatal and Critical Care Nursing

Working in a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) can be an adevnture yet rewarding career for registered nurses. NICU nurses care for diseased new-born children that require intensive caring. Neonatal nurses have a passion for working with infants, toddlers and families, and they also enjoy high-pressure, fast-paced environment. THE increasing demand for health-care services in the United States has been documented in several studies. The obvious solution, more manpower in all disciplines, is somewhat unrealistic. In all probability, the demand for health services, as presently organized, cannot be met at the rate that current education programs in the health professions can be expanded or replicated. Many aspects NICUs are stressful to parents, including prolonged hospitalization, alterations in parenting, exposure to tedious environment and fragile infant.

 

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