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This is a discussion on Women's Health Position in Ambulatory Care Nursing / Clinic Nursing, part of Nursing Specialties ... I was just wondering if this is a really a good idea. I am float RN that has been working at a...by mjscan_07 Feb 16, '06I was just wondering if this is a really a good idea. I am float RN that has been working at a hospital for 8mths. I graduated May 2005. I've always wanted to work in labor/delivery, postpartum. Unfortunately jobs in those areas are hard to come by where I live. There is a position open in the Women's Health Clinic for a RN. I love the teaching aspect of nursing and I feel I would get to do lots of prenatal teaching in the clinic.I know the pay would be less, but would it be a good move for my career. I eventually want to go on and either be a nurse midwife or a women's health nurse practioner. What does everyone think. Thanks!!Last edit by mjscan_07 on Feb 16, '06
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- Feb 16, '06 by SmilingBluEyesI think you ought to consider it. I think it could be an excellent "foot in the door" and the experience you would gain would be very valuable. Why not apply and interview them while they interview you, to see if this is something you would like to do?