Specialties by health condition include:

  • intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • addictions
  • oncology
  • HIV/AIDS
  • diabetes management
  • genetics
  • wound, ostomy and incontinence

Specialties by organ or body system include:

  • gynecology
  • opthalmic
  • cardiovascular
  • neuroscience
  • dermatology
  • gastroenterology
  • nephrology
  • orthopedic
  • otorhinolaryngology
  • urology
  • respiratory

Specialties by population:

  • neonatology
  • pediatrics
  • gerontology
  • geriatrics

Jobs requiring little or no patient care

You may decide that floor or patient-care nursing isn't for you, or if you have had an injury, you may no longer be able to perform some of the physically taxing duties required of a floor nurse. Whatever the reason, there are a number of job options available to RNs that require little or no direct patient care. One of the following options may be right for you:

  • nurse educators
  • medical writers or editors
  • infection control nursing
  • forensic nursing
  • public policy advisors
  • health insurance case management
  • nurse paralegal
  • nurse informaticists
  • pharmaceutical and medical supply research
  • pharmaceutical and medical supply sales
  • home health care case management
  • healthcare consultants
  • occupational health nursing

 

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