Pediatric Nursing

Children are not simply little adults. Their anatomy, physiology and compensatory mechanisms are quite different, and they change as the child grows. Pediatric nurses must be experts in growth and development and communication, as well as skilled practitioners in gaining cooperation of many stakeholders, especially toddlers. Caring for sick children isn't always easy so knowing where to turn for advice is another important item in the pediatric nurse's toolbox.

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  1. NICU-Preceptorship
    by Plshbrt Nov 4, '12
    2
    agiboma
  2. Interview advice for a Pediatric Oncology/Hematology position.
    by chitownbound Nov 13, '12
    3
    ShantheRN
  3. Different Areas of Pediatric Nursing
    by MochaJava9 Nov 8, '12
    2
    Ashley, PICU RN
  4. Do I have a chance in the pediatric unit with this resume?
    by vangpk Nov 8, '12
    1
    Ashley, PICU RN
  5. My Kid is a Tough (tough) Stick... Help
    • Closed
    by ♪♫ in my ♥ Nov 9, '12
    6
    JustBeachyNurse
  6. Trimming NG tube prior to insertion?
    by 06CaliforniaRN Nov 6, '12
    4
    PedRN86
  7. This might be a stupid question but...
    by PDNKA Oct 31, '12
    9
    hiddencatRN
  8. From PEDs private duty to PEDs in the hospital?
    by owlRN01 Sep 20, '12
    8
    owlRN01
  9. CHOC nurses/ assistants?
    by surfergirl12310 Oct 30, '12
  10. Tips & Advice for a Brand New RN Starting Out in Pediatric Med/Surg
    by YouSmellLikeCDiff Oct 18, '12
    7
    PedRN86
  11. Heel stick on side of foot/medial ankle
    by beautifulbyHisblood Sep 27, '12
    4
    nola1202
  12. Tourniquet with heel sticks?
    by beautifulbyHisblood Sep 13, '12
    5
    nola1202
  13. Creative alternatives to straight cath for infant urine cultures
    by anon456 Sep 27, '12
    7
    nitasarn
  14. Ring worm or something else?
    • Closed
    by Mommyofmaknchz Oct 23, '12
    6
    NRSKarenRN
  15. When others ask what you do...
    by KelRN215 Jul 21, '12
    12
    umcRN
  16. How much oxygen can a nurse give to infants, if they are in need?
    by Dorothythenurse Sep 12, '12
    3
    imaginations
  17. Could I get your insight on this?
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    by HippyDippyLPN Oct 16, '12
    1
    JustBeachyNurse
  18. PediaTRICKS- Share your PEDIATRIC TRICKS OF THE TRADE
    • Closed
    by HappyParamedicRN Apr 9, '08
    9
    gahills
  19. Obese children...my rant
    by Gently.me Sep 14, '11
    80
    nursel56
  20. Student nurse - what is need to know info for peds clinic?
    by kewi90 Oct 14, '12
    3
    Jolie
  21. Peds Practices and Sick Season
    by netglow Oct 12, '12
    2
    xoemmylouox
  22. I know how to count Doc!
    by darren_callcareer18 Oct 11, '12
    1
    duchesssarah
  23. Assessing for Neonatal Withdrawal and the Nurse's Role
    by nicunurse4life Oct 4, '12
    1
    NicuGal
  24. Perspective and sympathy
    by KelRN215 Oct 1, '12
    11
    PediLove2147
  25. Becoming a Pediatric Nurse
    by sjoseph13 Oct 4, '12
    4
    chare
  26. PICU, NICU, CICU
    by Soliloquy Oct 5, '12
    1
    umcRN
  27. Peds nursing
    by storm375 Sep 19, '12
    10
    storm375
  28. Rationale for newborn assesments.
    by Kiwistudent Oct 4, '12
    1
    smurfynursey
  29. Wearing Black Scrubs in Pediatric Hospital
    by Soliloquy Sep 21, '12
    27
    Soliloquy
  30. Obesity Study
    Research by almacg Oct 3, '12
  31. To the nurses who work in Peds: question about vital signs
    by chariot Sep 28, '12
    1
    KelRN215
  32. How can I make peds less miserable for me?
    by JZ_RN Sep 3, '12
    8
    anon456
  33. Pediatric Oncology
    by ittybittynurse Sep 25, '12
  34. Advice on Volunteering for Pediatric Nursing
    by kathleenla Sep 20, '12
    5
    KelRN215
  35. "I love my job monents" in peds
    by hiddencatRN Aug 12, '12
    9
    KelRN215
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