How Do I Become A Nurse?

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Anish Chandy Profile
Anish Chandy answered
Anybody aspiring to become a nurse will have to get a degree is nursing education or nursing science. If it is from a reputed institute then hospitals will recruit at the end of the course. If not then the aspiring nurse will have to go out and seek opportunities.

Every nursing course will have a foundation course and a specialization course. The duration of the degree could be two years or four years. Some of the degrees are subsidized by the Government. After the student becomes an Associate Nurse or a Bachelors Nurse, he/she has the option of becoming a Registered Nurse. There are many who choose to undergo an internship after they attain their Associate degree. The practical experience helps them face stiffer challenges. Generally the foundation course will provide the student with an overview of nursing while specialization will be of the choice of the student. The choices that are generally available are adults, children, midwifery, learning disabilities etc.
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Vikash Swaroop answered
When you are in the UK and want to become a nurse, there are a lot of avenues that are open for you. The first thing I would like to suggest  is to visit some websites that are in the business of providing advice to the people who want to pursue a nursing career. The addresses are as follows: 1) www.best-price.com/Course, 2) www.nurserve.co.uk.
 
After visiting these websites you will come to know all about the courses that you can take to become a nurse. But there are some traits that you only can develop in yourself and no course can make you develop those traits. The prime trait is to become caring so that you can take care of the patients when you are on actual duty.
 
So develop the traits and also follow the course so that you can become one of the best nurses in your profession.

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