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12/26/15 • 3 Answers • View I was a nurse for only 2 years, then had a really bad accident and had to step down. After 4 years of surgeries and physical rehab, I am cleared to go back to work. My only experience is in the psychiatric field plus first aid work I did during the 4 years I wasn't able to work. How realistic is it to find a nursing job now that I'm ready?
12/16/15 • 1 Answer • View Hi, I have been an RN for around 25 years. Specialized in ER/CCU/PCU for most of my career but have also done endoscopy a little med/surg and office based nursing etc. I started and finished PA school about 5 years ago. I have not worked as a hospital based nurse in many years but still have a current RN license. I have been doing locums PA assignments for the past year. I would like to find a temporary nursing assignment just to keep my skills intact (and for fun) to be honest. Obviously I know that I make a lot more money as a PA but at this point I would like to do a temporary nursing position. Even though its been awhile I am a strong willed person with strong clinical skills. Any chances you would be willing to work with someone like me?
09/13/15 • 13 Answers • View Why is there no better way to streamline tests and modules for facilities? Every time I go to a new facility every few months they require multiple tests and modules that more times than not are either extremely similar if not identical. And many times it isn't even relevant for my job description. This is not only a waste of my time but the facilities resources as well. 
09/12/15 • 13 Answers • View I was a travel RN for years but was not working due to surgery and recovery from. Can I get my job back now that I am ready? 
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