Adult nurses care for adult patients who are suffering from a variety of health conditions, ranging from minor injuries and ailments, to acute and long-term illnesses and diseases. They support recovery by using care plans, carrying out care procedures and assessments, and evaluating and focusing on the needs of the patient rather than the illness or condition.
This course is especially designed for those who wish to pursue a career in Nursing. Those who enjoy working with people and care about promoting good health may be interested in pursuing such a career. The changing demand for nurses creates a variety of job openings in many places.
After completion of the Bachelors in Nursing students can follow their masters and PhD in Nursing or any health care related fields.
After successfully completing the Bachelor of Nursing, you can begin to progress through various different roles, including: senior staff nurse, junior sister, ward sister, nurse practitioner or nurse consultant. The nurse can work in hospitals, schools, nursing homes, elderly care facilities, airlines, professional organizations, Non-Governmental Organizations, research organizations and many other healthcare facilities. Nurses can be involved in caring for the sick, rehabilitation, promoting health, preventing disease, teaching health classes, teaching in a school of nursing and a host of other activities. Students can either pursue their career in the industry by working as an academic researcher.