Nurses

 

Nurses include men and women responsible in treatment, recovery, and safety of sick people or injured patients. They also involve themselves in maintenance of health among healthy people and educate people on life threatening emergencies. Nurses are also involved in research and other non-clinical functions.

As a strong health care worker, the nurses are a critically important part of the health care team because they advocate, educate, and are in closest contact with the patients.

The nurses are a critically important part of the health care team is because they advocate, educate, and they are in closest contact with the patients. They protect the rights of patients and other doctors. Secondly, they give clinical information during discharge from hospitals to the patients and families. Example, the nurses teach the patients on how to administer some new medications. In addition, nurses teach the patients about a new procedure on what to do and do not do before and after the procedure. In addition, the nurses can teach the patients families on how to control the patient’s diet at home and what the patients can or cannot eat.

Thirdly, among all health care workers the nurses always the one with the patients 24/7. For example, if the patients are complaining the nurses will be the first one to assess the patients. In addition, the nurses are always there for the patients when they are in pain. For example, to do their dressing, administer their medications and put the patients comfortable as much as they can.

In conclusion, nurses collaborate with physicians, patients, their families, and other team members to diagnose problems of health among their members and prescribe medications among other therapies. They help treat diseases and prevent from contracting other illnesses.