Clinical Nurse Specialist: Main Duties and Responsibilities (01:15)
Miranda Broyles provides services in the home, and in clinic and hospital settings for patients with life-limiting illnesses. She is also part of a congestive heart failure team.
Clinical Nurse Specialist: Career Beginnings (00:42)
Broyles earned a bachelor's degree in nursing. After working six years in ICU, she continued her education to become a clinical nurse specialist.
Clinical Nurse Specialist: Keys for Success (01:10)
Without passion and drive, a clinical nurse specialist will lose the heart to take care of patients and families. Other important qualities for this profession are punctuality and organizational skills.
Clinical Nurse Specialist: Education and Certification Requirements (01:36)
A nurse specialist must have an RN degree and two years of experience. Broyles talks about AANC and AANP credentials and maintaining licenses.
Clinical Nurse Specialist: Workplace Atmosphere (01:02)
Broyles works eight hour shifts. The atmosphere is serene and quiet or busy and loud, depending on her location.
Clinical Nurse Specialist: Advice for Aspiring Pros (00:44)
Broyles suggests finding your passion and locatingsomeone in the profession that you can shadow and ask questions.
Clinical Nurse Specialist: A Day on the Job (01:02)
Broyles begins her administrative role at an office where she gathers patient charts. She then travels to a clinic, hospital or a patient's home, where she interacts with other medical specialists.
Clinical Nurse Specialist: Industry Goals and Services (00:45)
The main goal is to provide the best care possible to patients every day. Clinical nurse specialists were developed to give patients more opportunity for care.
Clinical Nurse Specialist: Industry Challenges (00:23)
Broyles discusses the nationwide opioid crisis.
Clinical Nurse Specialist: Looking at the Future (01:20)
Broyles believes clinical nurse specialists will be the primary care givers of the future. Nurses in legislation can help make positive choices for the medical field.
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