There’s no such thing as an ordinary day at work when you’re an Emergency Room Nurse. About 30% of nurses in the U.S. are Emergency Nurses, who specialize in rapid assessment and treatment when every second is crucial to a patient’s survival, especially during the first stage of illness or injury. These nurses must multitask and remain calm, efficient, and empathetic – all while working incredibly long shifts with few breaks (50% of nurse shifts exceed 10 hours, and 43% of nurses grab something to eat while responding to call lights or other patient needs).
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