Signing RN behind my nameRegister Today!
- by copelald Jan 18Hi just a quick question, I recently recvd my offer letter for a new job and signed and fax it back to my recruiter the other day. I am newly licensed and it just dawned on me that I did not sign RN behind my name on my offer letter! Does this really matter? Since it wasn't actual hospital chart info or anything floor related like that..it never even dawned on me to do so! Should I just sign RN on everything work related from here on out?!Last edit by copelald on Jan 18
- Jan 18 by WeepingAngelI wouldn't worry about not signing RN in that particular instance... however at work I sign everything followed by RN.
- Quote from WeepingAngelOk thx for the response..yeah I figured it would be okay..I just totally forgot since that was the first thing I signed since becoming a nurse, I def won't forget when I get on the floor. I'll prob even just sign the rest of my paperwork with RN too.I wouldn't worry about not signing RN in that particular instance... however at work I sign everything followed by RN.
Thx for the advice!
- Jan 18 by GrnTeaIf you sent a proper typed letter or email with a signature, you would write something like this at the end of the text. Note that your degree precedes your licensure. If you have certifications, they follow it.
Very truly yours,
/signature Firstname X Lastname/
Firstname X Lastname BSN RN CNOR
- Jan 18 by hiddencatRNCongrats on the job and the license! I agree it's no big deal. Soon you'll be signing credit card receipts with RN!
- Jan 18 by bubblejet50I agree with the past few posters. I catch myself trying to sign with my rn on everything! Congrats on getting a job!!