An Oncology is the study of cancer. An oncologist treatment of cancer and provides medical care for a person diagnosed with cancer. The three types of Medical, Surgical & Radiation Oncology nursing field have progressed to a unique comprehensive specialty. This is an exception field in the sense it is not limited to the disease process or body systems but rather holistic in approach. It requires maintaining diverse and extensive knowledge and skills on the different aspects of nursing care. Oncology Nurse works with patients who have at risk of getting cancer.

The field of oncology has three major types’ medical, surgical, and radiation.

  •          medical oncologist
  •          surgical oncologist
  •          radiation oncologist
  •          gynecologic oncologist
  •          pediatric oncologist

hematologist-oncologist 

Nephrology nursing involves in both preventing disease and assessing the health needs of patients and families. Care spans the life cycle of patients who are experiencing the real or threatened impact of acute or chronic kidney disease. Therefore nephrology nurses must be well educated, highly skilled, and must be motivated. These nurses also deal with every organ system in which the body calling for a holistic approach to patient care that is both challenging.

 

  •          Hemodialysis /peritoneal dialysis nurse
  •         Vascular access coordinator
  •          Transplant coordinator
  •          Organ recovery coordinator

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Emergency Nurse is a specialty in which nurse’s care for patients in the emergency or critical phase of their illness or injury and frequently is the first point of contact for patients. Emergency Nurses must have a sound knowledge of emergency care and need to demonstrate clinical competence and the ability to work independently when required for example in triage, initiating investigations, and when actively involved in resuscitation. The nurse must be skilled with rapid and accurate physical examination, early recognition of life-threatening illness or injury.

A gerontology nursing specialist is who works directly with older adults to provide them with specialized care and a high quality of life. In gerontological nursing you need to do much of the tasks that a general nurse does and then some. Gerontology nurses focus on preventive care as elderly patients are often at greater risk of injuries and diseases such as osteoporosis, alzheimer’s, and cancer. Gerontology nursing is where nurses may work in long-term care facilities with home healthcare services and in hospice caring for patients with limited mobility impaired mental abilities and those in pain.

A clinical nurse is a true specialist, which is to be needed because managed care has grown so much over the past few years. As a clinical nurse you need to spend your time performing a wide range of tasks, but the ultimate goal will be a way to minimize expenditure and maximize health outcomes for patients.

 

  • Taking part in new education and research 
  • Looking to patient data and monitoring their outcomes
  • Encouraging teamwork across the board and developing practices
  • Providing education to patients and their family 
  • Working on the development of highly specialized treatment plans
  • Ensuring patient care at  optimum level relationship with direct nursing staff

 

As a dental nurse you need to  help with reception work and could also need to help any member of the dental team like dentists, clinical dental technicians or technologists, hygienists and therapists  treat patients of all ages. Some will be there for a check-up and others will have more complicated treatment. You need to reassure people and put them at ease while supporting the team in all aspects of patient care.

 

  •        Taking responsibility for the decontamination of instruments
  •        Maintaining dental operating equipment
  •        Ensuring that all relevant materials
  •        Looking after patient records

Working closely with the Dentist and to respond quickly to requests and generally keeping the surgery ready for use

A diabetes nurse can be staff nurses who will helps to monitor and educate patients to an advanced practice registered nurse who can take on the added responsibilities of advanced diabetes management and education. The additional responsibilities of nurse are to include adjusting the dosage of medication, providing nutritional therapy and exercise planning and providing behavioral and psychosocial counselling. Diabetes nurse provide services in hospitals, physician offices, pharmacies, patients’ homes, and other settings

  • Working with patients to assess their needs 
  • Providing education that helps the patient
  • Evaluating patients periodically to determine 
  • Developing, with the cooperation of the patient
  • Documenting the assessment and education plan

 

A Nurse Practitioner (NP) is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse who has at least as primary care providers to mitigate the effects of the national physician shortage. Because of their advanced skills, NPs have more authority for administering patient care compared to Registered Nurses. As advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) are often specialize by patient population with including pediatric, adult-gerontological, and women’s health. NPs may also specialize in areas such as dermatology, cardiovascular health, and oncology. 

Nurses in dermatology treats patients with care and education concerning the treatment of wounds, injuries, diseases and conditions of skin. The dermatology nurses treat for skin cancer assist with dermatological surgery and teach to conduct and perform such procedures as biopsies, mesotherapy, microdermabrasion and chemical peels. The field of dermatology is incredibly vast, as skin is an organ, just like the heart or kidneys and the number of diseases and disorders are just as numerous as with other organs of the body.

 

  • Rashes
  • Burns
  • Rosacea
  • skin cancer

 

Neurology and neuroscience nursing is a specially focused on preventing and treating conditions related to nervous system and including the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. Neurology nursing requires understanding of nervous system to anatomy and physiology, it is an interesting assessment and monitoring skills must be vast knowledge about neurological disease and conditions related to recommended prevention methods and treatment options. These nurses will manage all types of conditions such as stroke, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, and encephalitis.

Nurses from pediatrics will devote their knowledge and skills to caring for children from infancy through the late teen years and their families. The special trained nurses usually complete their advanced training in pediatrics and collaborate with physicians and other health care providers who show their dedication. Pediatric nurses are expecting to have a fast mobility and quick response on stressful situations to contain the life-threatening situations.

 

  •          Handling multifaceted trauma, injury or illness cases
  •          Stabilizing patients with focused and wholesome care
  •          Quickly diagnosing conditions and providing on-spot solutions
  •          Administering the right medications to minimize pain
  •          Being patient and care for the families who accompany
  •          Most important not giving in to heartbreak and despair when some cases do not see                             improvement or success Keeping up with the fast and paced work environment

Transcultural nursing is a distinct nursing specialty which focuses on global cultures and compare cultural caring, health, and nursing phenomena. The transcultural nurse looks to respond the imperative for developing a global perspective within the nursing field in an increasingly globalized world of interdependent and interconnected nations and individuals. The Transcultural Nursing Society (TCNS) is to enhance the quality of congruent, competent, and equitable care that will be improved in health and well-being for people worldwide.

 

  • To advance cultural competence for nurses worldwide
  • To advance the scholarship of substantive knowledge of the discipline
  • To develop strategies for advocating social change for culturally competent care
  • To promote a sound financial non-profit corporation

 

Nephrology is an internal medicine concerned with the study and treatment of the full spectrum of diseases that can afflict the kidneys. Working to both prevent disease and provide continuing support to patients and their families the nephrology nurses provide care through all points of kidney disease progression

The roles of the nephrology nursing include the following:

  • Staff nurse
  • Haemodialysis/peritoneal dialysis nurse
  • Vascular access co-ordinator
  • Nurse manager
  • Transplant coordinator
  • Organ recovery coordinator
  • Office nurse
  • Nurse practitioner

 

The Registered Nurse (RN) is provides health care to individuals like families and communities. They provide services designed to promote health, prevent illness, and achieve optimal reco patient care specific job responsibilities and daily activities vary based on the needs of the he very from an adaptation to health problems. While most of the registered nurses (RNs) provide direct healthcare team within which the nurse serves the needs of the patient, and the patient demographics. Typical job duties and tasks of a registered nurse are

 

  •          Conduct physical exams to assess patient health
  •          Administer direct care to injured, disabled, ill
  •          Review and maintain medical records
  •          Counsel patients and family members on disease prevention
  •         Maintain a safe, hygienic working environment
  •         Provide emotional and psychological support
  •         Implement and develop nursing care plans

 Nursing management is responsible for creating safe and healthy environments that support the work of the health care team and contribute to patient engagement. Nursing Management creating a professional environment and promoting a culture where interdisciplinary team members are able to contribute to be optimal patient outcomes and grow professionally. Nurse who use to serves in management positions are expected to not only make vital decisions to assist in patient care but are also expected to carry out defined duties that include the following:

  •          Staff management
  •          Case management
  •          Treatment planning
  •          Recruitment
  •          Budgeting
  •          Scheduling
  •          Discharge planning
  •          Mentoring
  •          Developing educational plans
  •          Records management

Nurse midwives are advance practice nurses who provide family centred primary health care to women throughout their reproductive lives including through counselling and care during pre-conception, pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum periods. Midwifery nursing  is one of the most advance practices of nursing  allows you to gently and naturally aid the childbirth process and address women’s general health care. These services include primary care, gynaecologic and family planning and the postpartum period care of the normal new-born during the first 28 days of life and treatment of male partners for sexually transmitted infections.

 

Critical care nursing or intensive care unit (ICU) nursing is same which cares of unstable chronically ill or post-surgical patients and those are at risk from life threatening diseases and injuries.  Critically ill patients often require frequent hemodynamic monitoring and mechanical assistance for a failing organs. A critical care nurse can put their effort to use in a wide variety of settings, within a hospital such a nurse may work in intensive care units step-down units and in emergency or recovery rooms. This specialty cares for a broad range of patients including medical, surgical, neonatal, pediatric, neurology, cardiac, pulmonary, transplant, and trauma/burn to name a few.

 

The Legal Nurse Consultant (LNC) is a licensed professional nurse (Registered Nurse) with a strong education and experiential foundation who qualified to assess adherences to and deviations from the standards and guidelines of healthcare practice as it applies to medicine and nursing with other healthcare professionals. The LNC possesses the ability to analyze all relevant healthcare related information in a claim or case. when a malpractice case is filed against a doctor, hospital and  health professional or organization.

  • Analysts
  • Collaborators
  • Strategists
  • Researchers
  • Educators

 

Nursing Education and Research focus on students to learn the professional practice and discipline of nursing as well as how to improve educational strategies to prepare clinicians and scientists. Nursing Research is a rigorous scientific inquiry and provides a vital body of knowledge to advance nursing practice. It provides the scientific basis for the professional practice and also provides evidence used to support nursing practices. It is an evidence-based area for practice. It also has an impact on all health care systems and also provides optimal nursing care. The main purpose of nursing research is to find answers to question or solution to problems which are relevant to the nursing profession.

  •          Nursing research
  •          Nurse educator
  •          Nursing leadership
  •          Nursing Science awareness and development
  •          Nursing courses
  •          License practice Nursing
  •          Evidence-based practice in nursing
  •          Certified Breast Care Nursing

Oral growth or mouth disease is a sort of head and neck malignancy is any carcinogenic tissue amplification situated in the oral pit. On the other hand, the oral tumours may begin in any of the tissues of the mouth, and may be of differed histologic sorts: Teratoma, adenocarcinoma got from a noteworthy or minor salivary organ, lymphoma from tonsillar or other lymphatic tissue, or melanoma from the colour inciting cells of the oral mucosa. Numerous dental practitioners allude to themselves as "restorative dental specialists" paying little respect to their solid illumination, forte, preparing, and involvement in this field. Oral problems

  • Pediatric Dentistry
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Future Trends in Dentistry
  • Basic and current concepts of oral health
  • Abnormalities and diseases
  • New research and innovations in dental science
  • Oral cancer
  • Pediatric dentistry
  • Cosmetic dentistry
  • Forensic dentistry or odontology
  • Future trends in dentistry

 

 Surgical is an attendant who spends significant time in perioperative care which means mind gave to surgical patients previously, amid, and after surgery. There are various types of the surgical medical attendant and surgical nursing as a professional can be exceptionally requesting. In pre-agent mind a surgical medical attendant readies a patient for surgery, both physically and inwardly. Surgical attendants may disclose the strategy to patient and straight forwardness fears about the up and coming surgery and recuperation. They will check the patient's vitals, regulate drugs, and help to clean and stamp the surgical site.

  • Plastic Surgery
  • Oral Surgery
  • Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology Surgery
  • Advancements in Surgery
  • Neurosurgery
  • Medical-surgical nursing
  • Nursing and Anaesthesia Practice
  • Preoperative Surgery Nursing Evaluation

 

Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing is the specialty of nursing that cares for individuals of all ages with psychological state or mental distress like dementia praecox, manic-depressive illness, psychosis, depression or dementia. And being a mental health nurse may be terribly appreciated. Moreover as operating full-time you'll conjointly work part-time or nonchalantly during this field.

  •          Assessment and evaluation of mental health
  •          Primary mental health care and nursing
  •          Electroconvulsive therapy and effects
  •          Stress and emotional treatment studies and outcomes
  •          Anxiety and sleep disorders

Patient safety is consists of theatrical and practical training provide to healthcare students and nurses with the reason to set up for their obligations as nursing consideration experts. Most of the nation’s offer the patient care and nursing courses that can be significant to general nursing  to particular territories including cancer nursing, dental nursing, oncology nursing, surgical nursing, clinical nursing, midwifery nursing, community nursing, critical care nursing, veterinary nursing, mental health nursing, paediatric nursing, geriatric nursing and post-operatory nursing.  Where people learn from their own professional experiences rather than formal learning or knowledge transfer Grounded.

  •          Advanced Innovations in Nursing Practice
  •          Innovations in Patient Care
  •          License Practice Nursing
  •          Certified Nursing Assistant
  •          Registered Nursing

Because of trend setting innovations Registered Nurse and Nurse Practitioners has incremented their work process constraining human mistakes. Major cutting edge of  innovations are consolidated in best medical clinics and medicinal services focuses and henceforth it is less testing making it less demanding for the attendants. Hardly any advancement incorporate

  • Electronic Records
  • GPS following
  • Upgraded Diagnostic Devices
  • Medication Delivery
  • Lifting Patients effortlessly

 

The e-Health and Telemedicine covers the clinical applications of telemedicine and management of electronic health records full spectrum of advances. They offer indispensable tools for home healthcare and remote patient monitoring. Applying a advance low cost electronic technology are web enabled transactions, advanced networks and new design approaches to healthcare delivery. The e-health includes the internet or other electronic media. Clinical and biomedical research involves the informatics in discovery and management of new knowledge related to health and disease.

  •          Clinical Telemedicine Practice
  •          Technical advances
  •          Health services research
  •          Enabling Technologies & Communication systems
  •          Medical connectivity