North Carolina Neuro-Surgical Nursing Jobs

The challenge of creating and filling nursing jobs in North Carolina continues to be one of the biggest facing the state. Interest in nursing remains high, but a lack of nursing educators has created a shortage of qualified nurses. However, recent statewide efforts and a task force implemented by the North Carolina Institute of Medicine have made significant progress in addressing the nursing workforce shortage. More work is needed, though, and funding is a high priority in North Carolina to continue improving education programs and the entire nursing workplace environment.

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RN - Weekends Only - Neuroscience Intermediate Unit Current NC RN license or licensure to practice in a participating Nurse Licensure Compact state Health Care Provider is required....
Greenville, NC
6/25/2019
Current NC RN license or licensure to practice in a participating Nurse Licensure Compact state Health Care Provider is required....
Nurse Anesthetist Precept student nurse anesthetists in the provision of anesthesia nursing care, and accept responsibility for that care. Act as adjunct faculty of the U.S....
Fort Bragg, NC
2/22/2019
Precept student nurse anesthetists in the provision of anesthesia nursing care, and accept responsibility for that care. Act as adjunct faculty of the U.S....
RN - Neurosciences Intermediate Unit This team has achieved excellent patient outcomes proved by their honor to be an AACN Silver-level Beacon of Excellence in nursing unit....
Greenville, NC
12/23/2018
This team has achieved excellent patient outcomes proved by their honor to be an AACN Silver-level Beacon of Excellence in nursing unit....
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Neuro-Surgical Nursing

Neuro-surgical nurses are specialized medical-surgical nurses that care for patients needing neurosurgery for problems involving their nervous system (the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves). The Certified Neuroscience Registered Nurse (CNRN) credential program is maintained by the American Board of Neuroscience Nursing (ABNN). Neurosurgical nurses must renew their CNRN certification every five years. The major professional organization for neurosurgical nursing is the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses (AANN), although neuro-surgical nurses may also consider joining the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses (AMSN), which is the major professional organization for adult medical-surgical nursing. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts excellent, overall job growth for registered nurses.

 
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