Top Registered Nurse PRN Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Registered Nurse PRN. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Registered Nurse PRN resumes they appeared on. For example, 22.8% of Registered Nurse PRN resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Registered Nurse PRN actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Registered Nurse PRN resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Administered medications, performed wound care, and performed numerous other personalized interventions based on patient care needs.
  • Performed advanced trauma life support procedures to critically ill and injured patients* Assisted/supervised with patient care during transport
  • Assessed patients, collaborated with physicians about patient care and evaluation of patients conditions for inpatient management.
  • Participated in the treatment planning and collaborating with other professional disciplines to ensure effective patient care.
  • Utilize nursing knowledge to evaluate laboratory values and notify physicians proactively to manage patient care.
  • Coordinate equipment replacement as needed to maintain consistency of prescribed patient care and treatment.
  • Coordinate with multidisciplinary care team and plan for patient care and documents appropriately.
  • Work cooperatively with physicians and medical professionals to provide quality patient care.3.
  • Performed direct patient care utilizing established procedures, policies and standards.
  • Documented all aspects of patient care using established charting procedures.
  • Collaborated with interdisciplinary team members to efficiently manage patient care.
  • Utilized occupational Health Management computer system to document patient care.
  • Communicated with patient families in providing overall patient care.
  • Provided patient care and maintained effective functioning for the assigned
  • Provided direct patient care general medical patients.
  • Attend multidisciplinary patient care conferences as requested.
  • Provided general patient care and clinical assessments.
  • Prioritized daily assigned patient care.
  • Provided direct patient care to laboring mothers, care and assessment of their infants and assessment and stabilization of sick neonates.
  • Collaborated with other ER professionals to ensure effective patient care delivery - Identified patients' conditions and addressed nursing care.

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2. RN

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Here's how RN is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Enter appropriate documentation concerning unauthorized discharges in the resident's medical record in accordance with established procedures.
  • Provide individualized consultation for each new patient including a full assessment of cosmetic dermatology concerns.
  • Demonstrate well developed customer skills in deescalating families in crisis and external customers.
  • Performed admission to nursery which provided initial assessment and stabilization of newborns.
  • Stabilized extremely critical patients for transport to external hospitals in emergencies.
  • Maintain frequent communications with internal team members and management.
  • Participated as active member of Shared Governance
  • Facilitated pertinent teaching in newborn care.
  • Planned Parenthood of Arkansas and Eastern Oklahoma
  • Filled various PRN slots as team leader/charge nurse in a variety of clinical areas in major acute care facilities in Philadelphia.
  • Provided on call support one day each week and one weekend each month as Charge Nurse PRN for St. Vincent North.
  • Worked as an LPN PRN here for almost 4 yrs & recently transitioned, changed positions working as an RN PRN.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and skills necessary to implement the protocol to be followed in the event of internal and external disaster.
  • Position 1: Emergency Department Position 2: One Day Surgery-Recovery/Med-Surg Delivered a complete range of RN services and expertise.
  • Worked as a PRN nurse to fill positions as needed to a 16 special needs patients in the group home.
  • Worked as a RN for resident evaluations, medications, and assisting where needed as per company policies and protocols.
  • Assigned as temporary RN staff in a variety of critical care settings though out Metro New Orleans area hospitals.
  • Supervised RN, LPN, and other mental health professionals on adult, child, and geriatric psychiatric units.
  • Provide care to women in labor within the scope of practice of an RN, teaching of family practice residents
  • Communicated with primary RN the results of each visit and arranged for patient's needs to be met promptly.

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3. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Administered prescribed medications, provided wound care to surgical and non-surgical wounds and closely monitored vital signs.
  • Performed patient exams, pulmonary function test, blood draws, vision screens, urinalysis dips, and vital signs.
  • Assessed vital signs, gave vaccines, performed lab work, urinalysis, and rapid strep tests on pediatric patients
  • Interviewed patients of various age groups to obtain medical information, weight and height measurements and vital signs.
  • Collect vital signs and health assessment for historical history in order to identify potential chronic illnesses and/or diseases.
  • Monitor patient's conditions, vital signs, level of consciousness and report to the physician any abnormalities.
  • Post procedure recovery, monitor and document vital signs until client is safely recovered to be sent home.
  • Greeted ill students, monitored their vital signs: Blood pressure, temperature, pulse, weight.
  • Take and record patient's vital signs as well as help with bed and baths when needed.
  • Observe students overall health with basic vital signs, skin conditions and recognize significant systemic diseases.
  • Assess, monitor and document patient progress, symptoms and vital signs during 8 hour shifts.
  • Monitored patients' vital signs, changed bandages, and administered medications if necessary.
  • Assessed patients to obtain medical information, weight and height measurements and vital signs.
  • Administered prescribed medications, changed dressings, cleaned wounds, monitored vital signs.
  • Monitor vital signs, help patients maintain pain control, monitor IV's.
  • Performed laboratory urine screens and monitored and reported vital signs to MD.
  • Assisted physicians and practitioners in taking vital signs and brief medical histories.
  • Review medical information, vital signs, medications, drug and alcohol history
  • Take and record vital signs in paper and computer charting.
  • Assess and monitor patient and obtain post procedure vital signs.

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4. Surgery

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Here's how Surgery is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Gained multidisciplinary experience as a float nurse in the neurosurgery, neurology, orthopedic, thoracic-cardiovascular and general surgery units
  • Performed circulating nursing duties for operating room in hospital and surgery center.
  • Managed patient admission processes in preoperative area of ambulatory surgery center.
  • Provided nursing care for RSV infants and children, post surgery, and med-surgery children and adults.
  • Administer care before and after surgery for both pediatric and adult patients.
  • Provide education in class format for total joint replacement surgery.
  • Circulate plastic surgery cases, full body and face.
  • Provided circulating nurse duties at Foot and Ankle Surgery Center
  • Home health agency, outpatient surgery, classroom teaching.
  • Care of patients undergoing surgery in all specialty areas.
  • Prepare patients for surgery and recover them afterward.
  • Prepare patients for inpatient and outpatient surgery.
  • Worked 12 years in Day Surgery.
  • Prepared patients for treatments and surgery.
  • Out pt surgery or radiology.
  • Prepared the patient for surgery.
  • Admitted patients for plastic surgery.
  • Monitor of post surgery patients.
  • Assisted patients in preparation for surgery, explaining the various procedure and education post operatively.
  • Experienced in cardiovascular/cardiothoracic, general, orthopedic and urology surgery.

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5. ICU

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Here's how ICU is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Staffed Baptist ICU and Emergency Department and LeBonheur Emergency Departments consistently.
  • Worked primarily in acute care, emergency department, post anesthesia care, NICU, Cardiac ICU, and Pediatric ICU.
  • Provided skilled nursing services in a multitude of clinical practicums: Emergency Room and Med Surgical clinical setting.
  • Cared for patients depended on placement: ICU, Rehab, Cardiac, ICU, Oncology.
  • Worked on Medical/Surgical and Rehab floors, as well as PRN experience in ICU and ER.
  • Aided patients of all ages within Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and Emergency Department.
  • Utilized ER, cardiac, and surgical ICU experience for hospitals under company contract.
  • Assess and deliver patient care in Emergency and ICU settings according to patient needs.
  • Cared for critically ill patients in the ICU's, primarily in the Medical ICU
  • Provided care for critically ill patients in the surgical and medical ICU and step-down units
  • Implemented patient care for up to 6 patients in Medical Surgical and ICU.
  • Care for 2-4 patients on a daily basis in an acute ICU area.
  • Provided nursing care to premature and sick newborns in NICU level II.
  • Float in ER and ICU as needed as RN in specialty areas.
  • Provided specialized nursing and medical care in the ICU with 1:6 ratio
  • Provided direct patient care for medical surgical and ICU patients.
  • Trained in agency curriculum, policies, and regulations.
  • Teach Diabetic & CHF education to those particular patients.
  • Work in several areas within the ER helping multicultural patients
  • Cross trained to Work ICU/CCU and ambulatory Care.

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6. Charge Nurse

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Here's how Charge Nurse is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Charge Nurse performing daily sick call utilizing standardized Procedure.
  • Charge nurse experience including scheduling and management.
  • Charge Nurse for 75 bed facility for inpatient program with a variety of populations ranging from 11 years old and up.
  • Charge nurse, IVs, implement orders, employee injections, documentation, med pass, change over, pace maker checks
  • Work in a 32 bed facility short term skilled nursing facility, Charge nurse for 16 Patients with various medical conditions.
  • Administer flu shots and health screenings as well as function as the charge nurse at different FluClinics at various locations.
  • Job included: Charge nurse; admissions, discharges, participated in patient/family teaching and supervising the entire shift.
  • Provide therapeutic care to adolescent with eating disorders as well as occasionally serve as charge nurse for the unit.
  • Function independently as a charge nurse to facilitate the care of 40-50 residents with medication pass at appropriate times.
  • Perform treatments, administration of medication, control of patient flow in center, and charge nurse duties.
  • Charge nurse on orthopedic floor on an as needed basis, oversaw average of 32 patients per shift.
  • Charge Nurse Assessments, admits, discharges, life-skills, grief counseling, & groups.
  • Charge nurse supervising a team of four in the daily care of the residents.
  • Performed Charge Nurse, Team Leader and floor nurse responsibilities with requisite flexibility.
  • Reported to physicians and charge nurses of any change in patient's status.
  • Worked as a Charge Nurse and carried out the duties per hospital policy.
  • Assisted Charge nurse with medication pass, treatments, and resident care.
  • Trusted with the role of Charge Nurse for modeling exceptional leadership skills.
  • Worked as a floating charge nurse on Renal/ Medical Surgical Floor.
  • Assumed Charge nurse role in absence of charge nurse presence.

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7. Triage

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Here's how Triage is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Assessed and monitored inmates' health, provided direct care such as blood draws, triage sick calls and administering medications.
  • Provide services including but not limited to; triage of patients, daily care of wounds and diabetic needs.
  • Performed triage, assessment, conscious sedation, pain management, fracture and dislocation reduction, and splinting.
  • Provide patient care in Urgent Care clinic setting; Telephone triage after hours for patients of primary care practice
  • Obtain patient history, assess/triage patient, measure vital signs and record data on patient chart.
  • Received patients in triage, monitored vital signs and roomed them in order of priority.
  • Provided care to the Emergency Care Center patients when there were no patients awaiting triage.
  • Utilize ESI Triage System to appropriately assess patient level of care and severity of need.
  • Provide care for triage, emergency and trauma situations arising in assigned specialty population.
  • Respond to medical emergencies/codes, perform triage and treat inmate as appropriate.
  • Assess, triage, and provide nursing intervention to acutely-ill adult patients.
  • Assisted in OR and provided triage assessment, care, and education.
  • Registered Nurse for Labor and Delivery, OR, and OB Triage
  • Provided triage and treatment for high and low risk patients.
  • Performed triage of patients, and coordinated care with physician.
  • Worked closely with triage RN to adjust to emerging priorities.
  • Performed phone triage when patients called in with a concern.
  • Team lead and triage nurse as assigned.
  • Evaluate and Triage cases according to acuity.
  • Administered palliative treatments; on-call telephone triage.

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8. Health Care

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Here's how Health Care is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Provided ongoing assistance to physicians and geriatric health care professionals from routine appointments to crisis management care.
  • Collaborate with patients, families, providers, and other health care staff to assist in coordinating care for quality outcomes.
  • Coordinate care of patient by working effectively with other health care personnel, patients, families, or significant others.
  • Interpret the admission, discharge and other policies of the facility, physician, family, other health care providers.
  • Worked with students, parents, teachers, health care providers and others to develop and implement student health plans.
  • Negotiate and collaborate with physicians and other members of the health care team to meet needs of the patient.
  • Formulate and use effective work relationships with all health care team members, patients, and their families.
  • Monitor and provide medications per primary Health Care Providers orders, collaborate care across multiple disciplines.
  • Educate patients and families on health care needs, medications, lifestyle modifications and treatment options.
  • Admit patients to home health care and visit patients at regular intervals per care plan.
  • Provided in-home health care services to adult and pediatric patients with acute or chronic conditions.
  • Coordinate care with other health care team members and maintain the security of the institution.
  • Consult with Nurse Practitioner, school physician, and other health care providers when necessary.
  • Educate patients;/ families on health care needs, conditions, options etc.
  • Informed the Physician and other health care team members of changes in patient needs.
  • Communicate with health care providers to determine patient needs and develop plans of care.
  • Prepare, review, and administer medications as ordered by the health care provider.
  • Collaborated with physicians; communicated with other health care team members regarding patient care.
  • Collaborated daily with physicians and health care team to achieve optimum inmate care.
  • Educate patients on health management providing a clearer understanding of health care needs.

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9. Telemetry

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Here's how Telemetry is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Served as an agency nurse at various hospitals in Philadelphia, working on telemetry and medical/surgical units
  • Full physical-skilled nursing assessments, continuous vigilant critical thinking and implementation, telemetry monitoring and interpretation.
  • Identify irregular telemetry readings and notify appropriate medical team members while initiating appropriate corrective action.
  • Provided comprehensive nursing assessments for ICU/Telemetry/NICU clients.
  • Worked in varied telemetry/medical/surgical clinical settings.
  • Monitor post-operative and telemetry patients.
  • Monitored telemetry strips on patients.
  • Gained experience on a Telemetry Unit
  • Worked in the following department, Med Surge, ICU, Telemetry, Pediatric, Adult, and group homes.
  • Worked as needed on medical surgical, telemetry, SICU, ICU and home health visits to administer ordered vaccines.
  • Worked as a staff nurse on medical, orthopedic, telemetry, and step down units within the hospital.
  • Provide nursing care where needed including CCU, ER, Med-Surg, Telemetry, Psychiatric, and Supervisor positions.
  • Provide care to patients on: medical surgical, orthopedic, internal medicine, telemetry, and burn units.
  • Provide safe, quality care to a variety of patient populations including ICU, Telemetry, Oncology and PACU.
  • Work at four of the west side Banner hospitals on an as needed bases on their telemetry units.
  • Provided and coordinated care of patients on a 40-bed medical, surgical, telemetry, pediatric floor.
  • Float nurse for the emergency department, ICU, CCU, telemetry and adult psychiatric unit.
  • Dedicated Registered Nurse with hands-on Critical Care, ER, Telemetry and OR anesthesia experience.
  • Provided direct care to patients requiring post-surgical, telemetry, and intensive nursing care.
  • Assist patients within acute care setting while working with the nursing telemetry department team.

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10. Hospice

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Here's how Hospice is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Evaluated prospective patients for hospice enlistment.
  • Worked closely with patients and family members, building rapport while educating and informing them about the hospice and its services.
  • Home Health and Hospice: Wound Care, DM care, Hospice care, Admissions, Education, Medication review
  • Skilled nursing services provided to patients and their families during end of life at the hospice care center.
  • Provide and supervise direct nursing care in the hospice home as well as in the patient's home.
  • Have comprehensive knowledge of Medicare, Medicaid and other funding source regulations pertaining to hospice care service.
  • Work as part of an interdisciplinary team to coordinate care for hospice patients and their families.
  • Functioned as supplemental staff to home care, Hospice House, occupational health, and admissions.
  • Work with hospice patients in an inpatient unit with patients that were terminally ill.
  • Worked closely with Hospice and other agencies to meet the needs of residents.
  • Provide and manage the heath care plans for patients in the hospice environment.
  • Provide end of life care for Hospice patients and provided support to families.
  • Teach patients and families about end of life care and hospice services.
  • Assisted in training and serving as a preceptor for new hospice nurses.
  • Discharge planning for patients who did not meet hospice criteria.
  • Identify, assess, and admit patients for hospice services.
  • Assisted the referral department in admitting new hospice patients.
  • Case manager for patient in the hospice house setting.
  • Serviced client/families in hospice, end of life care.
  • Provided care for patients receiving hospice services.

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11. IV

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Here's how IV is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Provided patient/family/caregiver education as directed.
  • Provided compassionate, sensitive, and competent bedside nursing care to chronically critically ill patients within a fast-paced hospital environment.
  • Medicated patient safely per MD order and evaluated each patient's response to medications given and recovery from rehabilitation.
  • Perform initial patient assessments, develop effective care plans, and implement interventions while utilizing therapeutic communications.
  • Facilitate management of care to clients with behavioral health diagnosis, addictive diseases and developmental disabilities.
  • Educate patient and family members regarding patient's individualized plan of care for post-operative surgery.
  • Maintained exceptional track records of accuracy and efficiency while meeting all patient care objectives.
  • React effectively in emergency scenarios, demonstrating sound decision-making that help optimize patient care.
  • Established and maintained positive customer's relationship through proactive communication and problem solving.
  • Communicate in a positive, confidential manner with acutely ill individuals and families.
  • Delivered efficient nursing care to patients requiring long term or rehabilitative care.
  • Conducted patient education operated dialysis equipment documented activities and performed problem solving.
  • Conduct patient assessment, administer medications, and evaluate treatment effectiveness.
  • Communicated with various health personnel regarding preventative care and disease management.
  • Provide education on self administration of IV medications if appropriate.
  • Initiate IV access and administer general anesthesia under physician supervision.
  • Administered IV therapy and medications in busy infusion center.
  • Assisted doctors during surgeries and other non-invasive medical procedures.
  • Provided standardize direct care to patients with cognitive disability.
  • Administered conscious sedation and IV pain medication during procedure.

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12. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Initiate treatment plans; evaluate effectiveness of interventions providing prompt communication with physician and interdisciplinary team.
  • Provide patient education regarding treatment plans, chemotherapy side effects and symptom management.
  • Carried out patient treatment plans and administered medications.
  • Initiate treatment plans and administering medicine.
  • Performed primary function of assessing patient condition, planning and implementing treatment plans and evaluating the care of all assigned patients.
  • Educate patient and/or caregiver; review hard copy treatment plans and give verbal information about medications and answer questions.
  • Provided direct patient care through patient education and guidance regarding medications, lifestyle modifications, and treatment plans.
  • Assessed client needs and provided care related to customized treatment plans.
  • Collaborate with physicians and other providers about treatment plans.
  • Implement weekly treatment plans for weight loss patients.
  • Participate in completion of treatment plans.
  • Interviewed consumers to obtain psychosocial assessment, developed treatment plans, administered evaluations, and gathered informed consent for treatment.
  • Job duties include: Creating and implementing individualized treatment plans for rehabilitation patients.

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13. CNA

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Here's how CNA is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Supervised CNA's and Med techs in daily patient care, administered medication and performed treatments as prescribed by physician.
  • Direct supervision of licensed practical nurse - LPN, and certified nursing assistant - CNA, staff.
  • Coordinated CNA job duties to ensure and meet resident care needs.
  • Administered the practical portion of the CNA exam.
  • Performed LPN and CNA supervisory visits.
  • Delegated to LPN and CNAS.
  • Supervised staff of CNA/CMA's.
  • Perform duties, such as feed, bathe, dress, groom, or move patients, or change linens.CNA
  • Supervised CNA s and CMA s.
  • CNAContracted with residential providers during staff shortages and administered treatments
  • Maintain accurate medical record charting, patient privacy, and supervise up to 6 CNAs per shift.
  • Pass Meds, perform treatments, oversee CNA Staff, Medicare Charting, etc.
  • Complete assessments sheets for CNA's, complete physicians orders.
  • Provided guidance to CNAs as needed.
  • Delegate and directs the work of LPNs, CNAs, unit clerk, nurse techs, and students.
  • Supervised, directed and evaluated LPNs, LVNs, and CNAs.
  • experience management of LVN and CNA staff.
  • Supervised LPNs, CNAs, and provided direct care to geriatric, adult and pediatric patients.Skills Usedcomputer skills to dispensing meds

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14. Rehab

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Here's how Rehab is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Provided individualized care to each client to ensure maximum rehab potential and independence upon discharge from facility.
  • Coordinated care with ancillary disciplines in coordination with physicians/physical therapy to promote patient rehabilitation.
  • Experience working as a physical rehabilitation nurse and in substance abuse rehabilitation.
  • Worked in conjunction with rehabilitation therapy personnel to educate patients about treatments.
  • Initiate appropriate preventive and rehabilitative nursing procedures individualized for each patient.
  • Provide skilled nursing care to geriatric patients in a long term/rehabilitation facility
  • Coordinated with Rehabilitation Team, ensuring feedback and communication.
  • Worked with BWC, injury and post-operative orthopedic rehabilitation.
  • Care of patients with various medical and post-surgical/rehabilitation needs.
  • Direct patient care in a short-term rehabilitation facility.
  • Perform skilled nursing care to inpatient rehabilitation patients.
  • Completed and maintained FIM Certification for Rehabilitation.
  • Worked in different projects at the hospitals, nursing homes, Rehabilitation centers, patient's homes and hospice facilities.
  • Direct patient care, mainly in the Ambulatory Surgery Unit, and also in the Surgical Recovery and Rehabilitation Units.
  • Provided care for patients transitioning to home care after stroke or orthopedic procedures in the rehab unit of acute care.
  • Float to all units: General Rehab., Brain Injury, Pulmonary, Stroke and Spinal Cord.
  • Experience with CVA, Brain injury, Spinal Cord and Orthopedic care in inpatient rehabilitation hospital setting.
  • Care provided for patient with a variety of diagnosis predominantly in extended care facilities and rehab.
  • Performed full head to toe assessment on 4-7 assessed patients based on Rehab admission status.
  • Assist the Director of Nursing Education with quarterly rehab review courses for the staff.

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15. LPN

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Here's how LPN is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Provided broad range of general nursing care services, prioritized and delegated assignments with LPNs and patient care techs.
  • Assisted Nursing Manager in the supervision of LPN's and Mental Health Technician.
  • Educate and assist LPN students in the clinical setting.
  • Home Visits* Supervision of LPN's and HHA's
  • Provided supervision of HHA and LPN employees.
  • Performed admission assessments for LPN's.
  • Supervised LPN and Nurses Aides on their job duties to ensure quality nursing care.

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16. EKG

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Here's how EKG is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Skilled in bedside monitoring, 12-lead EKG, removal of arterial sheaths, and ventilator care.
  • Certified in BLS, EKG Interpretation, NRP, Fetal Monitoring, and Advanced Fetal Monitoring.
  • Obtain vital signs, IV access, perform EKG, maintain patient satisfaction.
  • Administer prescribed medications and treatments; perform diagnostic test such as EKG.
  • Monitor patients and EKG changes during stress tests.
  • Obtain base line vitals including EKG.
  • Placed 6 and 12 lead EKG.
  • Performed pre surgical tests on patients as necessary, such as pregnancy tests, finger stick blood sugars and EKG's.
  • Perform 12 lead EKG's, administer medications as ordered Using the Pyxis system and assist anesthesiologist with local blocks.
  • Maintain patient documentation, IV starts, Cardiac monitoring, EKGs, Administration of medications.
  • Administer injections, POCT as ordered; blood sugars, EKG's, spirometry.
  • Paper and computer charting, resp therapy, ekg tech, ER tasks.
  • Assessed patients prior to day surgery (labs, EKGs).
  • Start treatment IV, EKG, Medication, Bloodwork.
  • Performed EKG's, vision and hearing tests; spirometry; ear lavage and administered immunizations and injections.
  • Work in Preanesthesia Testing, Blood Draws, EKG, Interviews, Phone Preop Evaluation, Upcoming PALS recertification November.
  • care, triaging, assessments, starting IV's, EKGs, drawing labs, discharge instructions BLS and ACLS certified
  • Obtain medical history Enter data into computer Phlebotomy EKG Review testing results

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17. Physician Orders

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Here's how Physician Orders is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Review physical needs and monitor patient's physical condition, administer medications per physician orders.
  • Educate patient and family/friend regarding post procedure expectations, post op home instructions and follow up care per physician orders.
  • Provide professional nursing care according to physician orders with a holistic approach.
  • Evaluated responses to treatments and interventions; carried out physician orders.
  • Explain physician orders to patients upon release from emergency room.
  • Implement nursing care according to physician orders.
  • Provided homecare services to patients in the home, long term care facility and assisted living facilities according to physician orders.

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18. Disease Process

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Here's how Disease Process is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Perform comprehensive assessments and monitoring of patients in varying disease processes.
  • Provided patient education regarding disease processes and equipment used.
  • Home visits to patients needing wound care, medication teaching, teaching to family members on disease process and treatment regimen.
  • Instructed patients and caregivers on disease processes, prevention, optimal health, and environmental/safety in the home setting.
  • Interact with patients and families to provide support and supportive care for their disease processes.
  • Participated in the care of patients with various disease process, and neurological deficiencies.
  • Instruct patient and family members regarding disease process and provides emotional support as needed.
  • Support the interdisciplinary team with clinical expertise and knowledge of the disease process.
  • Focus on patient education regarding disease processes and providing care conducive to healing.
  • Educate patient/family on disease processes, hospitalizations, etc.
  • Administered nursing care to clients with multiple disease processes.
  • Educate family and patient on disease process and dying.
  • Perform wound care, IV therapy, and education in regards to disease process.
  • educate patient and family members about their disease process, treatment and medications.
  • Monitored for signs/symptoms of disease processes, complications, and exacerbations.
  • Educated cliental and families on disease process and end of life.

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19. Pacu

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Here's how Pacu is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Received patients from PACU, doctors' offices and ER to the floor for admission.
  • Assessed client in PACU setting, as well as in their own home.
  • Act as second nurse in PACU.
  • Rotated through Inpatient, PACU and Pre-admit departments performing shifts of clinical care as needed.
  • Recover patients in Phase II Pacu with frequent assessment and monitoring.
  • post surgery, PACU, ER & Employee Health Mary Shields/North
  • Post Anesthesia Care Unit-12 hours week Care of acutely post-operative surgical patients Monitor of specialized PACU equipment
  • Floated to PACU upon request and monitored patients post operatively.
  • Assist MD's with non-invasive procedures, Circulator in OR, In PACU; manage care of pts.

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20. Picc

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Here's how Picc is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Port access and blood draws, as well as all PICC, Central line and PIV site assessments daily.
  • Committed to ensuring the safe administration of medications via PICC, subcutaneous and peripheral routes.
  • Trained in insertion and care of PICC and MID-lines.
  • Start Peripheral IV sites, Port Access and care, PICC Line Access and Care.
  • Access PICC lines and Port-a-caths, mix and administer chemotherapy drugs, as well as non-chemotherapy drugs needed for patient care.
  • Perform peripheral line, Midline and PICC line care, including medications and nutrition administration.
  • Completed PICC line care, ostomy care and G-button care.
  • Manage PICCs, central lines, ports, and complicated IV drips.
  • Completed tracheostomy care on residents on ventilators * Administered iv therapy on patients with PICC lines and removed PICC lines.
  • Home infusion care, venipuncture and PICC placement in home and MD office settings.
  • Admit new patient to home health services Admission assessment Picc line education and care Medication education

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21. Drawing Blood

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Here's how Drawing Blood is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Experienced with the pediatric population especially with calculation of medication and fluid resuscitation, drawing blood and initiating IV access.
  • Administer oral, intramuscular, intravenous and subcutaneous medications, Setting up IV infusion and withdrawing blood for investigations.
  • Administered medications, managed intravenous lines, drawing blood, communicate with physician and observed patient conditions.
  • Perform nursing duties, such as administering medications, measuring vital signs, collecting specimens, or drawing blood samples.
  • Help on floor when needed drawing blood, giving shots, assisting with procedures, etc.
  • Performed other duties as needed such as drawing blood, changing dressings, and installing IVs.

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22. Medication Administration

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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Computerized medication administration and daily documentation.
  • Charged with supervision of Milieu Coordinators and Psychiatric Assistants, and oversight of prescribed medication administration.
  • Performed all nursing duties including medication administration, treatments, and ensuring patient safety.
  • Manage Residents Medication Supervise documentation of medication administration Provide medication education to staff and residents
  • Verify medication orders are transcribed by Licensed Practical Nurses to medication administration records appropriately.
  • Supervised the care and maintained the medication administration for medically compromised vocational students.
  • Provide medical care which includes treatments, medication administration and emergency care.
  • Travel to on site locations to assist with procedures and medication administration
  • Administer prescribed medications while noting the client rights to medication administration.
  • Initiated patient education for post-operative care and medication administration.
  • Document and chart in Medication Administration Records.
  • Conducted medication administration classes for foster parents.
  • Implement treatment protocols and medication administration.
  • Document assessments and medication administration.
  • Worked in the float pool which included general patient care, evaluation of ongoing processes, medication administration and therapy.
  • Monitor vital signs, medication administration, ensure safety and support and coordinate with physician's plan of care.
  • Total patient care head to toe assessments, medication administration, electronic charting and all other required facility duties.
  • Provide basic First Aid, schedule II medication administration and OTC medications as well as tube feeding administration.
  • Provide medications for TND residential clients at scheduled medication administration times or as needed for PRN OTC medications
  • Provided admissions, referrals, dismissals, direct nursing care, medication administration to home bound patients.

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23. Pain Management

average Demand
Here's how Pain Management is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Provide patient/family education on topics including basic nutrition, care needs, and pain management
  • General surgery with emphasis on Urology, Orthopedic, Cosmetic and Pain Management
  • Assist physicians with pain management treatments
  • Communicate and collaborate with multidisciplinary team for care of patient and families, pain management, education, and interventions.
  • Tracked patient pain management plans nutritional regimes and changes in patient mental health behavior.
  • Complete or focused assessments, post-op pain management, blood transfusions, etc.
  • Performed extensive wound care as well as pain management.
  • Moonlight in the ER and Pain Management.
  • Provided treatments and pain management to patients.
  • Pain management, family grief counseling and support, providing medical and physical comfort measures for pts.
  • Pain Management OR/Epidurals, Dr Marcy Merson, Delray Bch.

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24. Oncology

average Demand
Here's how Oncology is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Staff relief for Tri-Valley area hospitals-Oncology/Medical/Surgical/Pediatric/Skilled Nursing/Orthopedic/Outpatient Surgical Units
  • Delivered high-quality and compassionate treatment to sickle cell specialty patients and other hematology and oncology patients.
  • Provide comprehensive, compassionate care to adult and geriatric hematology/oncology patients in an ambulatory setting.
  • Direct patient care nurse on Oncology/Hematology unit.
  • Provided care and education to patients and their families, implemented hospital policies in the care and management of Oncology patients.
  • Direct care to post-surgical orthopedic patients, post CVA patients and Oncology patients.
  • Acted as a temporary staff nurse for Oncology floor with MedSurg overflow.
  • Provided nursing care to medical oncology patients on a large 32-bed unit.
  • Worked on a busy Med-Surg Oncology floor.
  • Worked 12hr shifts on following units: Ortho, Gastric Bypass, Step-down, Cardiovascular, Inpatient Rehab, and Oncology.
  • Provided direct patient care to cardiac, stroke, renal, oncology, post- partum and medical surgical patients.
  • Worked: Med/Surgery, Cardiac, Oncology, Pediatric, Rehab, and Transitional Care floors- full time
  • Trained in and use iknowMed, which is a web based oncology specific electronic healthcare system.
  • Cared for Med/Surg, Oncology, and Tele patients.
  • Worked on GI, medical-surgical, oncology, and women's surgical units Proficiency in Mckesson charting system and Acudose.
  • pool, Part-time Departments facilitated: Ortho/Neuro, Oncology, Cardiac, Obstetrics, General Med.

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25. Pre-Op

average Demand
Here's how Pre-Op is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Assessed requirements and ordered, obtained and interpreted required pre-operative lab tests.
  • Worked directly with surgeons, anesthesiologists, pre-operative and postoperative staff.
  • Administered pre-operative intravenous medications and blood transfusions as needed.
  • Assisted patients with pre-operative, procedural and post-operative care.
  • Provided education to the pre-operative and post-operative patient.
  • Developed the ability to serve in pre-operative holding, circulate in the operating room, scrub, and PACU.
  • Provide nursing care and pre-op patients for surgery, administering medications, and monitoring them before surgery.
  • Provide pre-op and post-op endoscopy care to patient who have had Conscious Sedation or MAC's
  • Provide pre-op and post-op care surgical patients who had Locals, MAC's and General Anesthesia
  • Prepared patients for procedures, including administering pre-op medications and inserting IVs and PEG tubes.
  • Follow facility protocol for required pre-op testing and medical clearance for the surgical patient.
  • Assess and prep pre-operative patients for the ASC for all physicians when needed.
  • Admit and prepare patients for surgery and/or minor procedures in pre-operative holding rooms.
  • Administered pre-op and post-op medications and started IV's.
  • Provided pre-operative care for wide range of surgical cases.
  • Provided as needed nursing services in pre-op area.
  • Conducted pre-operative patient assessments including relative medical history: allergies, past surgeries, consent forms and advanced directives information.
  • Assist patients undergoing orthopedic procedures in pre-op and PACU * Prepare and discharge patients undergoing pain procedures
  • Circulate in OR, Pre-op, Pacu

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26. Medical Records

average Demand
Here's how Medical Records is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Maintain appropriate documentation in the medical records within agency guidelines to meet regulatory requirements.
  • Reviewed extensive medical records and compiled into reports for major companies and their attorneys
  • Audit medical records and update medication records monthly.
  • Maintain adequate patient records using electronic medical records.
  • Travel to various hospitals, clinics and physician offices to retrieve specific documents from medical records for various projects and studies.
  • Provided patient education to other team members, clients, and family members and documented response in medical records.
  • Apply strong computer skills to perform electronic charting and utilize a medical records system.
  • Assess patient health and maintain medical records.
  • Process all paper orders for Medical Records.
  • Document nursing procedures, maintain medical records and patient status, maintain a clean, sanitized and safe environment.
  • Upload scanned medical records to secured companies website.

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27. Discharge Instructions

average Demand
Here's how Discharge Instructions is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Recover patient after procedure and provide discharge instructions.
  • Provide discharge instructions and patient education.
  • Give discharge instructions and obtain signature of responsible party before releasing client from facility.
  • Provide patient education to include compliance with discharge instructions.
  • Review discharge instructions with patient and family members.
  • Perform computerized charting efficiently Document patient care, medication administration, chart audits, physician orders, wound care and discharge instructions
  • care of the pediatric patient in the outpatient surgical setting, preoperative & postoperative medication administration, discharge instructions & teaching

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28. Primary Care Services

average Demand
Here's how Primary Care Services is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Provided primary care services for infants and children in an acute care unit specializing in airway/pulmonary complications.
  • Deliver continuity-based primary care services low-income patients.
  • Direct and Coordinate the planning, development, and the delivery of primary care services including maintenance of electronic health records.
  • Provided primary care services to long term care resident in a rehab facility.
  • Provide primary care services during transport on various fixed wing aircraft.
  • Provide primary care services in a collaborative environment for frail and elderly patients in a long-term care setting.

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29. Pediatrics

average Demand
Here's how Pediatrics is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Staff RN on Medical/Surgical/Pediatrics Unit - Job responsibilities include: * Delivering direct patient care in an acute care setting.
  • Staff RN- LRMC 3rd Floor/Overflow/Pediatrics PRN Years Employed (4/15/11-5/2011) Joyce Adkins-Nurse Manager Duties: Primary Care Nursing Unit
  • Staff Nurse/On Call Medical/Surgical Units, Intensive Care, Pediatrics, OB/GYN, Nursery and Psychiatry
  • Provide patient care in areas of Maternal/Child including NICU, PICU, Pediatrics and Postpartum.
  • Administered treatments, assessments and medication to pediatrics, adults, and geriatrics.
  • Float to clinics such as Pediatrics, Family Practice, and internal medicine.
  • Managed all phases of care cycle for critically ill infants and pediatrics.
  • Provided emergent care to critically ill patients from pediatrics to elderly.
  • Worked in pediatrics, acute care and Nursery Level 1
  • Provide care to pediatrics; newborn to 7 years of age with various delays and syndromes (i.e.
  • Key Responsibilities: Triage patient phone calls for adults and pediatrics.
  • Labor and delivery, Postpartum, Nursery Pediatrics Childbirth educator
  • Labor and Delivery Newborn Nursery Post-partum: Mother/Baby Newborn Intensive Care Surgery Circulation Oriented to Pediatrics
  • Flex Float RN Mother Baby NICU Gyn Labor and Delivery Perinatal Pediatrics Pediatric ICU Maintained NRP status

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30. IM

low Demand
Here's how IM is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Performed nursing assessments, identified altered mental status situations and implemented nursing interventions including emergent medication, seclusion, or restraint.
  • Followed strict CIWA and MSAS protocols while implementing therapeutic interventions through accurate vitals and lab interpretation and physical assessments.
  • Registered Nurse providing continuous intensive bedside care through critical assessment, implementation, and evaluation to patients requiring surgery.
  • Manage family members while considering all applicable authorities as required by law and ultimately satisfy patient needs.
  • Administer ordered medications and necessary immunizations, perform TB tests, and complete follow-up surveillance.
  • Assumed responsibility and reported clinical limitations or the need for assistance to the supervisors.
  • Formulate, modified and implemented goal oriented patient care according to facility policies.
  • Contacted Physicians regarding patient medication needs and implementing changes in the medication record.
  • Selected Contributions: Improved supply ordering accuracy and efficiency by computerizing entire system.
  • Administered medications and implementation of patient intervention plans developed by behavioral analyst.
  • Participate in the quality improvement and utilization review activities of the organization.
  • Evaluate patient response to interventions and implement appropriate changes when necessary.
  • Attended core management meetings weekly and participated in hospital improvement projects.
  • Participated in bedside procedures requiring twilight sedation and time out documentation.
  • Perform in-home assessments, implement interventions and treatments for pediatric population.
  • Trained inpatient staff during implementation of new electronic medical record system.
  • Attend Safety Committee/Performance Improvement meetings to assess and ensure patient/staff safety.
  • Involved in interdisciplinary team meetings and implemented patient treatment plan.
  • Assisted with improvement of controlled-substance count for accuracy and efficacy.
  • Worked in multiple areas including maximum security area of prison.

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31. Surgical Procedures

low Demand
Here's how Surgical Procedures is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Recover patients after surgical procedures, document vital signs and educate patient and family members on discharge instructions and discharge medications.
  • Assist in the preparation and care of patients undergoing surgical procedures and oversees the maintenance/sterilization of operating supplies and equipment.
  • Coordinated delivery of care with interdisciplinary team to meet physical, rehabilitative and educational needs of patient following surgical procedures.
  • Managed the post-operative recovery of patients receiving multiple surgical procedures including the correction of congenital cardiac defects, and heart-lung transplantation.
  • Provided acute care for post-operative patients recovering, encompassing ambulatory surgical procedures, invasive and extensive surgeries and traumas.
  • Provide direct assistance to provider during minor surgical procedures and monitor patient for any complications throughout and after procedure.

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32. GI

low Demand
Here's how GI is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Provide exceptional care to cardiac patients, including post cardiovascular surgical patients and post cardiac intervention patients.
  • Assessed patients for adverse side effects of medication and provided interventions to manage physical and psychological symptoms.
  • Performed evaluation, assessment, & collaboration with the interdisciplinary team for eligibility/ admission of patients.
  • Provided patient assessment and education, nursing care and medications on general medical surgical unit.
  • Moved from Clinical Coordinator position to Nurse Pool to better accommodate changing family priorities.
  • Performed and recorded vital statistics of patients to ensure readiness for surgical procedure.
  • Rotated to five Medical Surgical Units providing care for preoperative and postoperative patients.
  • Provided comfort and well-being to the resident, acknowledging physiological and psychological needs.
  • Float Personnel Providing generalized nursing care to patients on medical surgical units.
  • Documented response to treatments and any behavioral or psychological change in status.
  • Complete patient care assessment, & evaluation in adult Medical-Surgical areas
  • Resolved patient problems and needs by utilizing multidisciplinary team strategies.
  • Floated to emergency room, medical/surgical, preoperative/postoperative units.
  • Provided care for Medical/Surgical and Emergency Room Patients.
  • Assisted physician with minor medical and surgical procedures.
  • Provided tracheotomy care and suctioning and neurological assessments.
  • Operated all technological equipment utilized on the units.
  • Direct care for Medical/surgical overflow and trauma patients.
  • Demonstrate collaboration and teamwork in managing patient flow-i.e.
  • Provided medical/surgical care and wound care to patients

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33. Acls

low Demand
Here's how Acls is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Demonstrated effective response to crises situations and prevented patient deterioration by early intervention and use of ACLS protocols.
  • Provided assessment and interventions in emergent situations, including cardiac and respiratory arrest, and followed ACLS protocols.
  • Provided clinical intervention based on cardiac rhythms utilizing ACLS protocol, performed Peritoneal Dialysis on ESRD patients.
  • Maintained all competencies including ACLS certifications to care for medically complex patients requiring coronary care.
  • Provide ACLS emergency care as necessary and transfer patients to emergency department when necessary.
  • Directed and Redeveloped BLS/ACLS training utilizing adult learning concepts and standardization of instructor presentations.

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34. EMR

low Demand
Here's how EMR is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Prepared patients for surgery, documented operations and EMR and assisted in turnover of surgery suites.
  • Established proficiency in use of CareConnect EMR software to achieve maximal input of patient care data.
  • Skilled nursing assessments, admissions and discharges, teaching patients/families of medications/disease processes, wound care/EMR
  • Assist with chart audits, UR, EMR conversion, and LPN/CNA supervision as needed.
  • Document care and provision of treatments and medications in EMR.
  • Pain Procedure Unit Procedural Sedation and Circulate in OR PRE-OP, PACU, and GI Procedures TRAINER FOR EMR ROLLOUT.

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35. Staff Members

low Demand
Here's how Staff Members is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Screened new arrivals and coordinated care with multidisciplinary staff members.
  • Complete medication administration and collaborate with other staff members to provide nursing care to patients in a skilled nursing setting.
  • Assist new staff members in orientation by instructing them on basic nursing care and hospital and department policies and procedures.
  • Support the units' quality management plan through educating staff members and monitoring activities as assigned.
  • Maintain a positive and effective communication dialogue with staff members, patients, and families.
  • Manage, oversaw, and delegated tasks to ancillary staff members.
  • Provided strong support to fellow staff members as a team player.
  • Serve as preceptor for staff members and undergraduate nursing students.
  • Provide education to patients, families, and staff members.
  • Provide support to resident, family and staff members.
  • Provided supervision for up to ten staff members.
  • Provided strong support to fellow staff members.
  • Created enjoyable workplace for other staff members.
  • Communicate pertinent information to OR staff members.
  • Supervised residents and staff members.
  • Support staff members in floor.
  • Total patient care for terminally ill 18 month old female * Collaborations with other staff members (i.e.
  • Maintain safe environment for patients as well as self and other staff members.
  • Team working with other staff members to ensure best possible outcomes.

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36. Conscious Sedation

low Demand
Here's how Conscious Sedation is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Administered intravenously conscious sedation to assist with patient's comfort during endoscopic procedures.
  • Assisted physician in out-patient conscious sedation procedures.
  • Monitored patients under conscious sedation.
  • Trained and coached new staff in admissions, conscious sedation, recovery and discharge procedures.
  • Admit patients to Day Surgery, IV insertion, conscious sedation drug administration.
  • Administered conscious sedation and other IV medications as ordered by MD.
  • Assist ER physician with conscious sedation as needed.

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37. Medical Care

low Demand
Here's how Medical Care is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Reviewed physical needs, monitored patients' physical condition, administered medications and arranged medical appointments per assigned medical care standards.
  • Delivered exceptional emergency medical care for adult and pediatric populations with emergencies, both major and minor.
  • Provided acute medical care to patients on an inpatient medical/surgical unit.
  • Furthered education by taking classes to pursue my emergency medical career
  • Accompany injured workers to physician appointments, and work closely with physicians on medical care plan and goals.
  • Manage and perform the nursing and medical care of co-occurring detoxification unit as Charge Nurse on weekends.
  • Assess patient and audit medical care information to identify gaps in medications, services and treatment.
  • Administer psychotropic and appropriate medications and medical care for six to seven patients.
  • Provide exceptional medical care to patients and clinical support to Physician staff.
  • Worked with providers to deliver proper medical care for the new patients.
  • Followed up medical care with phone calls to students.
  • Assessed patients for various levels of acuity; assisted with arrest codes; provided basic/advancedlife support and emergency treatment medical care.

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38. Medication Management

low Demand
Here's how Medication Management is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Teach prevention of disease exacerbation and medication management.
  • Provide medication management, patient assessments with nursing interventions as needed, education, and discharges.
  • Provided nursing care and medication management for the women and their children who were inpatients.
  • Assist patients with ADLs, medication management, transfers/ambulation, and education for patient as well as family.
  • Provided individual and group education related to medication management, symptom monitoring smoking cessation and healthy lifestyles to promote wellness.
  • Developed medication management system including collection, storage and administration of medications for weekly and respite campers child through adult.

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39. Social Workers

low Demand
Here's how Social Workers is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Participated in treatment, planning and discharge with physicians, case managers, social workers and physical therapist.
  • Communicate effectively to team members, medical staff, case workers, and social workers.
  • Collaborated with physicians, therapists and social workers.
  • Coordinated high quality patient centered care with interdisciplinary team of psychiatrist, psychologist, social workers and psychiatric technicians.
  • Coordinated in-services with social workers, physical therapists to increase awareness of services in hospital and surrounding North County hospitals.
  • Collaborate closely with interdisciplinary teams including physicians, respiratory therapist, pharmacist, social workers and child life specialist.

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40. Blood Products

low Demand
Here's how Blood Products is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Transfused blood and blood products.
  • PORT access, TOPICAL and Blood Products.
  • Administer IV fluids,start IV's, medications,and blood products and observe for adverse reactions and side effects.
  • Administer various intravenous medications- monoclonal antibodies, antibiotics, blood products, non-oncology chemotherapeutic agents, endocrine testing and subcutaneous infusions.
  • Post anesthesia care for high risk mothers Including administering blood products and medications following general and regional anesthesia
  • Employed in an outpatient infusion center with responsibilities including the administration of chemotherapy and blood products to multiple complex patients.

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41. MDS

low Demand
Here's how MDS is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Assist MDS Coordinator in completion of OBRA and PPS assessments, documentation, RAPS and Care plan process.
  • Complete MDS assessments in compliance with RAI manual and CMS guidelines.
  • Managed 40 patients and 2 aides Scheduled and provided medical treatment, orders, care plans and MDS charting
  • Assist PRN with MDS for Subacute Rehab unit.
  • Take and transcribe orders from MDs.
  • Monitored hemodynamics on critical patients and notified MDs as needed.

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42. ADL

low Demand
Here's how ADL is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Documented progress notes for each session and submitted documentation within deadlines.
  • Provide ADL's, vital sign, assisted patient to transfer safely in and out of bed.
  • Medicate 25 to 30 patients, Assess for illness also basic ADL care and minor treatments.
  • Total care with ADL s.
  • Assist residents with ADLs as needed
  • Performed ADL's Trach care Order and inventory supplies for trach and vent

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43. TPN

low Demand
Here's how TPN is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Traveled to outpatient areas and inpatient rehab, extended care areas to place PICC lines for antibiotics, chemotherapy, TPN.
  • Managed all TPN cases, assessed labs for these patients,.
  • Provide TPN/PEG, PICC/Central line, Respiratory/Vent.
  • Monitored fluids, TPN, lipids.
  • Manage intravenous therapy via peripheral and central catheters; antibiotic, TPN/lipid, constant cardiac medication infusion and fluid administration.
  • Administered intravenous infusions and TPN monitoring patients for adverse reactions.

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44. Emotional Support

low Demand
Here's how Emotional Support is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Provided patient education and emotional support for family members.
  • Provided medical and emotional support for patients suffering from symptoms associated with the detoxification process.
  • Provided education and emotional support to patients and family members during recovery and crisissituations.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision.
  • Participated in primary nursing assignments involving caring for babies from admission through discharge, providing educational and emotional support for families.

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45. GYN

low Demand
Here's how GYN is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Functioned in the role of a registered nurse providing care for antenatal, postnatal, gynecological, and oncology patients.
  • Cared for patients on various units to include ICU, step-down, same day surgery, gynecology, and medical-surgical
  • Provided OB/GYNE, Dermatology, Sports Medicine, Psychiatric & Diabetic care to all.
  • Post surgical OB or GYN surgical recovery RN.
  • Assigned to Orthopedic/Neurology/Medical-surgical floor - Assigned to Medical-surgical/Gynecology/Pediatric unit.
  • Facilitate efficient and competent patient care in gynecology, obstetric, uro-gynecology, and Maternal-Fetal medicine clinics.
  • Care for patients after gastric surgeries such as laparoscopic procedures and gynecological surgeries.
  • Scrubbed and circulated in Orthopedics, Plastic, GYN, General, PV, CV, Neuro, Thoracic and Urology.
  • Worked at various physician offices including OB/Gyn, Cardiology, Dermatology, Internal Medicine and Family Practice offices.
  • Provided nursing care to pediatric patients and adult gyn surgical patients on an inpatient unit.
  • Work in fast paced OB/Gyn clinic specializing in high-risk pregnancy.
  • Circulate gynecological procedures including hysteroscopy and laparoscopy.
  • Provided care to patients in Labor & Delivery, Antepartum, Postpartum, Newborn Nursery, and post-op GYN surgery,
  • Circulate General, GYN, Bariatric, Ortho, Podiatry, and Spine procedures
  • Provide care for Ortho/Neuro patients, as well as Oncology, Cardiac, Ob/Gyn, and Internal Medicine patients as needed.
  • Circulate all specialties ortho, gyne, plastics, ent and opthamology

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46. NG

low Demand
Here's how NG is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Skilled in conducting physical examinations, culturally sensitive, wound cleaning/care expertise, colostomy care familiarity, and specimen collection/processing proficiency.
  • Provided care for pediatric to geriatric patients with complex psychiatric problems, exhibiting creativity and innovation in nursing intervention.
  • Prepare clients and their families for future self-management and decision-making responsibilities by fostering clients' independence and goal achievement.
  • Reviewed MD orders, provided skilled nursing procedures, equipment/supply needs, medication reconciliation, and patient/caregiver teaching provided.
  • Provided quality health obstetrical care directed towards meeting the physiological, psychological and spiritual needs of childbearing families.
  • Fostered therapeutic relationship that was ethically sound utilizing effective listening skills along with verbal & non-verbal communication.
  • Consult with physicians and other medical personnel, concerning medications and other treatment regimens for residents.
  • Performed infusions and monitoring of patient status throughout entire treatment and managed emergency reactions.
  • Experience caring for patients with Neurological deficits and educating them base on individual diagnosis.
  • Assisted with post-operation education and discharge of same day surgery patients including post-operative assessments.
  • Suction when secretions audible or obstructed, Maintaining aseptic technique and sterility with interventions.
  • Prepare and Administer medications to residents in assisted living facilities as ordered by physicians.
  • Provided general medical care and treatment to inmate population in Lexington County Detention Center.
  • Followed standardized weaning protocols and enhanced socialization with a multidisciplinary approach to care.
  • Monitored, recorded and communicated patient condition, utilizing computerized documentation systems.
  • Performed office manager duties including ordering supplies and maintaining office equipment.
  • Assisted with rehabilitation of ventilated patients according to care plans.
  • Provided respiratory ventilator management and monitoring for patients respiratory needs.
  • Supervised human resource duties including administering insurance and retirement plans.
  • Assess incoming patients to collaborate appropriate treatment with attending physician.

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47. Alzheimer

low Demand
Here's how Alzheimer is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Evaluate staffing requirements, floor assignments, for 3 Alzheimer units that provided care to a total of 30 residents.
  • Provided skilled nursing services to residents, including those on a locked Alzheimer's Unit; supervised staff.
  • Perform duties specific to nursing care for geriatric residents with Dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
  • Exercise clients with MS, Stroke, Alzheimer, and Cognitive Disorders.
  • Rotated working through Alzheimer, rehab, and long-term care units.
  • Worked with Alzheimer's and related dementia patients.

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48. LTC

low Demand
Here's how LTC is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Credentialed and diversely experienced in multiple hospital inpatient, LTC, CBRF, clinic, corrections, and home health settings.
  • Provided nursing assistance at various LTC and Hospital's in the Rockford and Chicago area.
  • Functioned as Charge PRN for the 60-bed LTC when needed.
  • Staffed skilled (med A)and LTC units.
  • Started with the company being placed in LTC facilities and elementary schools.
  • Staffed at various hospitals, LTC facilities and Home Health.

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49. Copd

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Here's how Copd is used in Registered Nurse PRN jobs:
  • Specialized in Aids, Cancer, and COPD.
  • Assisted patients with multiplechronic diagnoses including COPD and asthma, dialysis patients, and ventilated patients.
  • Participated in COPD/CHF program targeting early detection, treatment and subsequent prevention of exacerbation through extensive patient education programs.
  • Focus on reducing COPD related hospitalizations due to exacerbation and increasing the participants quality of life.
  • Frequent ventilator assessments for patients suffering from respiratory failure/COPD.
  • Monitored patients COPD/Asthma and administer treatment.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Registered Nurse PRN

Patient Care29.6%
RN10.9%
Vital Signs5.1%
Surgery5%
ICU4.8%
Charge Nurse4.5%
Triage4.4%
Health Care4.3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Registered Nurse PRN

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Patient Care
Patient Care
22.8%
22.8%
2
2
RN
RN
8.3%
8.3%
3
3
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
4%
4%
4
4
Surgery
Surgery
3.8%
3.8%
5
5
ICU
ICU
3.7%
3.7%
6
6
Charge Nurse
Charge Nurse
3.5%
3.5%
7
7
Triage
Triage
3.4%
3.4%
8
8
Health Care
Health Care
3.3%
3.3%
9
9
Telemetry
Telemetry
2.8%
2.8%
10
10
Hospice
Hospice
2.3%
2.3%
11
11
IV
IV
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
CNA
CNA
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
Rehab
Rehab
2%
2%
15
15
LPN
LPN
1.9%
1.9%
16
16
EKG
EKG
1.8%
1.8%
17
17
Physician Orders
Physician Orders
1.8%
1.8%
18
18
Disease Process
Disease Process
1.7%
1.7%
19
19
Pacu
Pacu
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
Picc
Picc
1.5%
1.5%
21
21
Drawing Blood
Drawing Blood
1.5%
1.5%
22
22
Medication Administration
Medication Administration
1.5%
1.5%
23
23
Pain Management
Pain Management
1.4%
1.4%
24
24
Oncology
Oncology
1.4%
1.4%
25
25
Pre-Op
Pre-Op
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
Medical Records
Medical Records
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Discharge Instructions
Discharge Instructions
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Primary Care Services
Primary Care Services
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Pediatrics
Pediatrics
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
IM
IM
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Surgical Procedures
Surgical Procedures
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
GI
GI
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Acls
Acls
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
EMR
EMR
0.8%
0.8%
35
35
Staff Members
Staff Members
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
Conscious Sedation
Conscious Sedation
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Medical Care
Medical Care
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Medication Management
Medication Management
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Social Workers
Social Workers
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Blood Products
Blood Products
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
MDS
MDS
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
ADL
ADL
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
TPN
TPN
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Emotional Support
Emotional Support
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
GYN
GYN
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
NG
NG
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Alzheimer
Alzheimer
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
LTC
LTC
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Copd
Copd
0.4%
0.4%

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