You could do Psych nursing, Home Health, or public health. You could work for a public health department and spend some time at a desk, design your own programs for the community like programs to help prevent child abuse, things like that, work with WIC and talk to moms and teach them about healthy pregnancy. Do health screenings at schools with a high population of underprivleged kids...things like that. (I had an internship at a public health department).
At home health you work on your own and get to drive around, but pay is not as good and still heavy pt. load and hard work.
You could work as a school nurse, once again pay not as good and the time I spent with a school nurse I was bored out of my mind--okay, another tummy ache, call mom....But I am sure there are some challenges and excitement once you do it all the time, especially since pretty soon 90% of our children will be obese diabetics with the crap they shovel in their faces at school and the kids I see guzzling soda on a daily basis, oh sorry, little off topic, I have a bit of an issue with that
I just have to say though, when I worked with the school nurse the choices they had for lunch were pizza, nachos, hamburgers, soft pretzels with cheese, mushy canned green beans, and an entire rack filled with chips and little debbies. I thought I was going to have a heart attack. They at least offered healthy choices when I was in school.
Okay, sorry, back to the topic. I can't think of any other areas that I know much about. I hope you find something you enjoy. Life is too short to spend hating your job, especially when you spend so much time there.