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... for a private rehab hospital where my mom worked. One year turned into five and i found my calling to be a nurse. I worked on the brain injury unit with my mom as a rehab nursing tech. I loved my job. ... (15 replies)
... In the last 8 years the only change as far as a diagnostic tech would be digital and that is easy to learn. You will not have any problems with it. ... (4 replies)
... e your CPR Basic life support course to see if you can manage doing that. You may even get a private home job where you may still have to do some lifting but not as much as a hospital setting. I was your age when I was in my first year of nursing and went for the RN program instead. ... (4 replies)

... the nursing profession. Nurse practitioners certified in specialty areas are some of the highest in demand. The job outlook for nurses, is therefore, excellent as more jobs are created for RNs than any other occupation. ... (15 replies)
... and you may find yourself working a full week and much of a weekend without a break if you are "on call". The nurses I know who are working are doing jobs such as a doctors office or clinic where the hours are set and not allot of overtime is expected. Just food for thought. ... (7 replies)
... including prescription medication. I have RSD and suffered through working without pain medication as long as I could because I absolutely loved my job as an oncology certified RN. When the RSD spread from my right arm and shoulder to the rest of my body I ended up in the hospital with uncontrolled pain. ... (7 replies)
... Hello, I have my AS in Nursing and wouldn't have changed it for anything. I worked as a CNA for 3 years, then an LPN for one before getting my RN. I will tell you this. At our hospital, they actually prefer the AS nurses. ... (15 replies)
... Will I be able to work as a OB nurse or in a nursing home? ... (1 replies)
... Even those in administrative nursing positions usually have done physical work such as lifting patients and transfers in their clinical experience so please do talk with a vocational rehab counselor as someone else suggested. ... (4 replies)
... se. Often times, there are many patients or clients that are unable to assist. In school, you would learn the proper body mechanics and how to move people with as minimal strain on your back and body as possible but... yeah, you can get injured. ... (4 replies)
Working as a nurse
Mar 31, 2009
... Newly licensed Nurses of course dont make as much as a veteran. ... (1 replies)
... based professional nursing school for 22months and graduated and got liscensed as an RN , and now finishing a final 3 semesters to finish off the BSN. ... (15 replies)
... sing to be BSN. Some states, like New York, are moving to make BSN the entry level requirement. Hopefully this will be a trend in the right direction for nursing as a profession. ... (15 replies)
... I am currently getting my AS in nursing and then I will go take about 6 months off from school after I'm already a nurse and then go back to further my education. An A.S. ... (15 replies)
... Just noticed your post. A young woman I know just got into the science stream at a university hoping to enter medical school. It was touch and go as her math was her lowest mark in the entrance exam, it was a crummy 93 per cent. Luckily her other subjects brought her marks up! ... (2 replies)
... e from hospitals to nursing homes to home health agencies and beyond. It all depends on where you want to work after you earn your license and where to start out as a new grad. ... (1 replies)
... ray employment as well. You seemed to jump right in and do fine. Yes, I have kept my license current through the 9 years I have been away from the field. ... (4 replies)
... It all depends on the facility at which you apply. Many of us on long term pain management aren't affected by the meds we take because our bodies have become adjusted to them, so for us, taking opioid pain meds would be more like taking motrin or something, you know? For me, I had to totally forget about ever working again as a surgical assistant/tech because of the meds I... (7 replies)
... possible. You are taking a prescribed medication...not a street drug. My beautiful daughter is a pain patient and just received her RN and is currently working as a nurse. And she loves it! ... (7 replies)
... Wondering if it is even allowed as I may be looking for RN job soon. ... (7 replies)




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