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Elizabeth’s Answer

Hi! Labor and Delivery RN here:)
Skills I use the most: Assessment, medication administration, critical thinking, prioritization, time management, foley catheter insertions, IV starts, monitoring baby, care plans, removing staples, replacing dressings, cervical exam checks, vital signs
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Amber’s Answer

As a medical assistant, I have to agree with Kaitlyn. Critical thinking, prioritizing, and communication, but also vitals, charting, and movement/exercise. Constantly on the go, but a great way to stay in shape.
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Renea’s Answer

Conflict resolution, prioritizing, communication, and deep breathing (lol). Of course, you use skill such as starting IVs, inserting foleys, etc. as well.
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