New Neonatal Nurse Online Community Helps Answer Questions Regarding Career
Neonatal-Nurse.org is a new website that contains in-depth knowledge about neonatal nursing, emphasizing career information and discussion through the newest forum section.
New York, NY (I-Newswire) August 20, 2012 - When a child is born in a hospital, a doctor is responsible for the main task of helping deliver the baby. When the bundle of joy has finally arrived, he or she is brought under the care of a neonatal nurse, a registered nurse who specializes in providing nursing care for newborns. Most neonatal nurses care for infants until they are released from the hospital, but due to certain health problems, a neonatal nurse might provide nursing care much longer.
In the United States alone, more than 40,000 infants are born each year with low birth weights, but with the efforts of medical practitioners, survival rates are now 10 times better than a decade ago. With the ongoing presence of newborns, and the increasing number of parents who need assistance in providing professional extra care for their babies, neonatal nurses propose to be a promising opportunity.
Neonatal-Nurse.org is a website that is dedicated to sharing the latest information about the career, neonatal nurse salary, programs and other related topics needed by practitioners to advance their careers. Launched just a couple of months ago, the website also houses a forum section, allowing people in the same profession to share updates and help each other.
Because the job of a neonatal nurse is all too delicate and complex to a certain extent, it is essential for anyone to undergo the right education and experience. Neonatal-Nurse.org offers a wide array of information about the trainings and degrees required to become a bona fide practitioner. In most American states, it takes four years to attain a degree in Bachelor of Science in Nursing, which is the most recommended path to become a neonatal nurse.
Neonatal-Nurse.org cites data from the U.S. Department of Labor, which points to health care sector adding on average of 20,000 new jobs for providers per month. Among others, neonatal nurse professionals are in high demand in Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia.
To learn everything there is to know about neonatal nursing as a career in the United States, please visit http://www.neonatal-nurse.org/ for details.
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Published On:August 20, 2012
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