A critical care post basic is advantageous– and experience working in critical care environments is equally important. Outside of the physical requirements of the role, a successful candidate must be able to efficiently run the unit in a way that manages staffing, budgeting and all logistics. To become a Unit Manager in HighCare and Isolation or any other unit or ward, a nurse needs to transcend her usual clinical duties and step up to lead the team that makes high-quality patient care possible.
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