Rehabilitation Nursing

The nurses of rehabilitation centres assist individuals with disability to adapt an altered lifestyle and provides therapeutic environment to them and for their family’s development. These nurses possess specialized knowledge and clinical skills to provide care to clients and coordinates educational, nursing care activities and holistic approach. The rehabilitation staff nurse works in inpatient and outpatient settings that are found in a range of acute to subacute rehabilitation facilities. The rehabilitation staff nurses have various responsibilities like facilitating community education regarding acceptance of people with disabilities. These nurses acts as a resource and a role model for nursing staff and students. They also participates in activities like nursing committees and professional organizations that promote the improvement of nursing care and the advancement of professional rehabilitation nursing.Rehab nurses may be staff nurses or advanced practice nurses (clinical nurse specialists or nurse practitioners), who sub-specialize in rehabilitative care under a primary patient population focus.

 

  • Inpatient rehabilitation
  • Medical rehabilitation
  • Rehabilitation programming for male cancer survivors
  • Fine motor rehabilitation
  • Life support training into rehabilitation programs

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