Are you a trained emergency nurse practitioner, looking to develop your skills, knowledge and career?
Healthcare providers are looking for emergency nurse practitioners to play a critical role in treating minor injuries and ailments without having to refer patients to doctors. This serves an essential and invaluable role for hospitals, particularly with ongoing GP shortages.
What is an emergency nurse practitioner?
These specialist nurses, or ENPs are senior practitioners working in the emergency department of a hospital or healthcare centre and are able to assess, diagnose, treat and discharge patients. This may include taking and reading x-rays, administering medication, giving injections, treating minor injuries including wounds or burns and tending to bone fractures. ENPs can be found in A&E hospital settings as well as trauma centres, ambulances or Urgent Care Centres.
Emergency nurse practitioner job requirements
Full standing as a registered nurse
Master’s degree (MSN) or doctoral degree (DNP) including several years of experience
Clinical and problem-solving experience
A calm demeanour and ability to handle high pressure situations and environments
One or more of the following: Basic Life Support (BLS); Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS); Paediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS); and Neonatal Advanced Life Support (NALS)
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