What type of work does a pediatric nurse do?

Answer A pediatric nurse is a registered nurse specializing in the care of children and infants. These nurses diagnose, treat and educate children and their parents after gathering medical histories and... Read More »

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What type of education/training is required to work as a pediatric nurse?

Pediatric nurse training provides the necessary knowledge to teach students how to care for children who are critically ill. Under the supervision of a pediatrician, pediatric nurses work in the Pe... Read More »

Who does a pediatric nurse take care of?

Pediatrics is the branch of medicine that deals with children from birth to the onset of adulthood, somewhere around 18 or 19 years of age. Pediatric nurses assist doctors in the care of children i... Read More »

Does a pediatric nurse have to travel?

How much does a pediatric nurse make an hour?

According the US Department of Labor's 2008 Occupational Employment Statistics, the mean hourly wage for Registered Nurses including Pediatric Nurses was $31.31. The mean annual wage was $65,130. T... Read More »