checking in and sayin hi for first time!

  1. hello to you all

    have read a few of the entries, and thanks to you all for saying hi who dont get much time! that is well appreciated!!!

    in brief, im a rn in uk, qualified in 1992. mainly worked in itu apart from first 18 months in acute medicine. am now a sister of four years in general itu, and reconsidering my options!!!

    would love to hear from all uk nurses whove taken the plunge so to speak and moved to usa...im seriously thinking about it!

    im 35, live alone,never married, two cats (could they come with me????)

    im sure you get the picture!! love to hear from anyone with advise whether from uk whose moved or anyone in us already. do email!!!!!!!

    take care for now, hope to hear from you all soon, genuinely of course

    ellieuk
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  3. by   Tweety
    Hi! I hope you've found the UK forum and the International forum. There are a few nurses who have taken that plunge.

    Welcome.
  4. by   sirI
    hello and welcome to allnurses.com

    you will really have a great time here. enjoy the forums.
  5. by   Jessy_RN
    [color=#696969] welcome to the site. enjoy your stay and best wishes to you.
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