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 Why does a nurse need scientific knowledge?

Answer A nurse needs scientific knowledge because she\he is working with science. Medicine and healthcare use science to figure out how to treat a cancer or how to make new medicines. A nurse works with m... Read More »
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What scientific knowledge is needed to become a paediatric nurse?

Mead Johnson doesn't seem to carry it, nor does the Milupa webpage. With so many newer and supposedly better tasting products out there, why would anyone want to give their PKU infant a formula tha... Read More »
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What scientific knowledge does a midwife need?

well, a midwife would need to know about human biology so s/he can spot if something goes wrong with the mum or baby, and they need to be able to work all the machinery etc x
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Should a school nurse be a registered nurse or a licensed practical nurse?

Every state requires that school nurses hold a registered nursing (RN) license. Depending on the state, additional certification may be required. The National Board for Certification of School Nurs... Read More »
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What is the difference between a family nurse practitioner and an advanced practice nurse?

The educational path for a nurse practitioner requires the study of a specialization, causing the career to fit under the umbrella of the term "advanced practicing nurse." Yet, all advanced practic... Read More »
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