Nursing jobs in Rhode Island are very important as the state is facing a large projected nursing shortage, as much as 6,500 RNs by 2020. Although the down economy has caused some Rhode Island hospitals to cut back on hiring recently, this is expected to change as the current workforce starts retiring and more patients need treatment. The state is already taking measures to prepare for this need, offering tax credits to RNs with experience to go into nursing education, and expanding current nursing programs to attract more students from out of state.
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|Licensed Practical Nurse
Licensed Practical Nurse Provide skilled nursing care for the incarcerated offender in either an... as a Licensed Practical Nurse. Required Competencies...
|Colorado Department of Corrections||7/23/2014|
|Contract Clinical Educator -IgG
Educators enables our mission to make complex therapies easier to understand and simpler to use. We... but not limited to nurse, pharmacists, and other...
|Cardiac/IV Per Diem Homecare RNs
care. Demonstrated competency in infusion therapy, e.g., chemotherapy, intravenous catheter placement, TPN... of Science Degree in Nursing preferrered. . We offer...
|Warwick, RI||VNA of Rhode Island||6/20/2014|
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Intravenous therapy nursing involves the administration of drugs, fluids and blood to patients through intravenous injections. The major professional organization for intravenous therapy nursing is the Infusion Nurses Society (INS). Registered nurses can earn the Certified Registered Nurse Infusion (CRNI) credential through the Infusion Nurses Certification Corporation (INCC); this certification program is accredited by both the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) and the American Board of Specialty Nursing Certification (ABSNC). The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts excellent, overall job growth for registered nurses. The median registered nurse salary is $62,450.