08/01/16 • 0 Answers • View
I have been an RN for about a year and a half. My experience is 6 months worth of ICU/Med Surge/Tele and about 8 months Hospice/Home Health. Prior to that I worked as an LPN working geriatrics, peds and corrections. I am really interested in travel nursing. Based on my experience can I realistically pursue travel nursing at this time? -Michael DiGangi, Nurse
04/16/16 • 0 Answers • View
I have been a nurse for a few years now. I have focused on geriatrics. I want to expand my nursing experience. I want to start in Med/Surg. How hard is it to dig yourself out of the geriatric field?
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?
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