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Can new grads work in the ER? - page 2

I am about to start nursing school and I cannot seem to find any information about what I can do post-grad. What will be my options once I graduate with a BSN? Will I be able to go straight into... Read More

  1. Visit  AC123TX profile page
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    Quote from adewitt149
    Wow, I worked as a nurse apprentice in an ED that had a trauma center. I am also about to start a New graduate program in an ED. I remember being soooo facinated by trauma nursing. The teamwork you guys display is amazing . I think that is wonderful they have a program like that! I want to get my TNCC, CEN, and CCRN in the near future!
    What is a nurse apprentice exactly... and where do I sign up? haha
  2. Visit  LaughingRN profile page
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    Newer grad here I took a clinic job for 10 months and landed my first hospital job just recently.

    Level 1 ER, 4 months orientation, classroom learning and certificates included...

    Not very far in, but it is definitely possible!
  3. Visit  AC123TX profile page
    #15 0
    That sounds really exciting! What made you interested in ER? Can you compare and contrast it to your other clinical rotations?
  4. Visit  hiddencatRN profile page
    #16 0
    I was hired as a new grad in to the ED. Just over 4 months of orientation. It didn't really include an organized classroom component but my preceptor was fantastic.