Hey Everyone! So I've been an LVN for 4 years and I have background as a Charge nurse in LTC for 2 1/2 years...and then I moved to working to Hospice and I've been doing that for some time now ( 1 1/2 years). I work as Intensive comfort care LVN and will do home visits from time to time to help the RNs that have too much on their plate...Well, I also finally graduated with my BSN in May and took my NCLEX RN in July and PASSED!! So now, I've been given the daunting task of finding a job as new RN. I tried to apply to my Hospice company, but my manager said I needed more experience
I felt so disappointed because I thought my 4 years of LVN experience would count for something, but apparently NOT! Sigh, I REALLY LOVE hospice so I was very disappointed being told that I would need to go get more experience before they would take me. Anyways, I didn't give up and I was looking around online at postings and I found a posting about being a RN Hospice Liaison for a different company and I applied and I have an interview next week!! I'm SO excited because I love hospice and its philosophy so much! I was wondering if anybody had any tips for the interview????? Or if there are other Hospice Liaisons who have tips?