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Nurses assess, plan and provide care to patients. They look after the ill, injured or adults with physical disabilities. Nurses are in charge of evaluating a patient's progress and observe continually their health and treatment. They are responsible for adapting the care in accordance with consultations with the doctors. They advise and work with the doctors, and in consultation they may counsel patients and their relatives too. That's why it's called a vocation, not a job.
Daily tasks might involve checking body temperatures, blood pressure and respiration rates. You might help doctors with physical examinations; administer drugs and injections, clean and dress wounds. You can be in charge of blood transfusions and setting up drips. You will be trained in the use of various types of medical equipment and IT applications. Many nurses specialise in an area such as accident and emergency (A&E), outpatients services, neonatal nursing, or operating theatre work.
As well as hospitals, you could also think about working in the community, in health clinics, in prisons or the Armed Forces.
Companies presently offering Nurse job vacancies in UK include Barchester Healthcare, HC One, Care UK..
87% of the live vacancies are full-time, however 13% of them are part-time positions.
72% of current opportunities are permanent, whereas 28% are contract jobs.
There are 49,131 Nurse job vacancies in UK available immediately, compared to 9,063 in South East England.
The average salary for open Nurse jobs is currently £34,824, 1% lower than the national average salary for all jobs which is £34,968.
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