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Joined Jan 20, '07. Posts: 202 (32% Liked) Likes: 106

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  1. Do I understand that you are getting paid per visit and not hourly? Is this specialized private duty nursing, or home...
    Feb 12
    Forum: Home Health Nursing
  2. You can always check out the DDNA (Developmental Disabilities Nursing Association) for more resources. They also hold an...
    Feb 12
    Forum: Developmental Disabilities
  3. I'd like to be your study buddy, but I'm 4,000 miles away :sarcastic: I'm also interested in a recommendation for a good...
    Feb 12
    Forum: Developmental Disabilities
  4. If you have a MI license, it will not be difficult to obtain an AK license. Just a matter of background checks,...
    May 8 '14
    Forum: Arkansas Nursing
  5. Although that is a really low pay rate, it's not the only place where RN's are poorly paid. Clinic nurses for a large...
    Mar 24 '14
    Forum: Public / Community Health Nursing
  6. Follow your heart and your head. If it's what you really want to do, pursue it. If the PH agencies in your area require...
    Mar 24 '14
    Forum: Public / Community Health Nursing
  7. Try checking your State Dept. of Health and see what the typical requirement. I've mostly seen a BSN required for PHN jobs.
    Mar 11 '14
    Forum: Public / Community Health Nursing
  8. Most positions I seen require a BSN or equal amounts of work history to substitute.
    Mar 8 '14
    Forum: Public / Community Health Nursing
  9. In the states there is IHS (Indian Health Service). I know they exist, but don't have much experience with them. Alaska...
    Mar 8 '14
    Forum: Public / Community Health Nursing
  10. Are you looking to move to Anchorage, or stay rural? If you stay rural I'm sure you can emphasize your problem-solving...
    Mar 8 '14
    Forum: Public / Community Health Nursing
  11. what type of feedback were you looking for? I don't provide early intervention, but work in conjunction with many agencies...
    Feb 25 '14
    Forum: Developmental Disabilities
  12. You know you're an Alaskan nurse when the only way to see your patients for a home visit is by ferry or plane. Or the...
    Jan 5 '14
    Forum: Alaska Nursing
  13. You'll find the cost of living here much higher than in NW Ohio, especially if you go to places like Fairbanks or Bethel....
    Jan 5 '14
    Forum: Alaska Nursing
  14. I guess that depends on what your duties are. Do you do med passes and treatments? Or supervise med techs. There are so...
    Jan 5 '14
    Forum: Developmental Disabilities
  15. I've been working in this field for 20+ years, although only recently as a nurse. It's the most rewarding job I could ever...
    Jan 5 '14
    Forum: Developmental Disabilities
  16. It depends upon the state you reside in. In some states you have to take a class and become certified to pass medications. ...
    Oct 15 '13
    Forum: Developmental Disabilities
  17. I think the 82K is probably a bit high, but maybe that also factors in RN's with experience. Remember also that the cost...
    Mar 24 '13
    Forum: Alaska Nursing
  18. We have no ICF's in my state. They were closed a few years back and transitioned into more of a group home environment. ...
    Mar 24 '13
    Forum: Developmental Disabilities
  19. As a casual observer, I don't think it would make much difference if you are just looking for something per diem. As for...
    Feb 25 '13
    Forum: Alaska Nursing
  20. Interesting, like another poster, I found the pay to be a 33% increase from where I was in the mid-west. But the housing...
    Feb 1 '13
    Forum: Alaska Nursing

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