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Old 04-18-2010, 07:01 PM
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Thanks, maybe I'll look into that. Are you going to those fights?

TexasRN, I'm a nursing student myself, was a medic in the Army for a few years.
Excellent. We will always need more nurses. What are you hoping to specialize in? I used to do Pedi ER but now I'm high risk OB.


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Excellent. We will always need more nurses. What are you hoping to specialize in? I used to do Pedi ER but now I'm high risk OB.


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I worked in the Emergency Department as a PCT and I now work in High Risk Cardiology as a PCT. The floor has it's pros and cons but so does the ER, so I don't know.
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Thanks, maybe I'll look into that. Are you going to those fights?

TexasRN, I'm a nursing student myself, was a medic in the Army for a few years.
Yes will be at all three, the ones in Sept. and Dec. will be working them, and should have one or two of my son's fighting.
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I worked in the Emergency Department as a PCT and I now work in High Risk Cardiology as a PCT. The floor has it's pros and cons but so does the ER, so I don't know.
You can easily transition between those 2 specialties at least. I'm kind of stuck with OB type nursing (antepartum, L&D, or post partum) now since I've been doing it for so long. I could always go back and do med surg but I'd rather slit my wrists first.

I'm actually getting moved into management before long it looks like though. I need to get back to school and get my masters. My employer will pay tuition reimbursement after another year of service. I'm looking at getting a masters in health care administration.

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Yes will be at all three, the ones in Sept. and Dec. will be working them, and should have one or two of my son's fighting.
Sounds like something I would enjoy, if I can convince one of my friends to go with me I'll be there, but I don't want to go alone.

TexasRN, I still have a few years left in nursing school so I have some time to think about it yet. I do think I would like the OR as well.

EDIT: Or maybe the cath lab.
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