Supervisor RNs are responsible for supervising a staff of RNs, LPNs and CNA’s. The supervisor provides direction and feedback to ensure the delivery of quality patient care. The nursing supervisor will be responsible for developing and implementing policies, procedures and protocols for their assigned unit. This includes identifying staffing needs, scheduling, reviewing employee performance, conducting performance evaluations, conducting investigations into alleged misconduct and completing disciplinary actions as necessary.
Travel nursing can be an exciting and rewarding career, especially for those who are excited about experiencing new places and meeting new people. There are many benefits to working as a travel nursery rn, such as an increased income, professional development opportunities, and gaining experience in areas outside of your own geographic region.
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