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If someone who has a bachelor of science degree in Nursing has a revoked license.... Is there anything else they are able to do with this degree since they obviously are not able to practice nursing????? Or is there nothing out... Read More
- 0Jan 25, '11 by Zookeeper3Quote from PreepsWell when it says "list all licenses" you just don't list it because you no longer hold a current license. If it says past license you can put past RN but it is no longer active.
If it asks if you have a revoked or suspended license I guess you would have some explaining to do.
I guess it depends on the circumstances. One could lose the license and still be perfectly able to teach, they are not going to harm anyone.
I agree but with the understanding that it can't be in nursing... Many scholarly people have lost nursing licenses and become excellent school teachers. God knows we need good teachers in the south. I just don't know how this would work if someone wanted to progress and a license suspension was on record... beyond my knowledge.
- 0Feb 15, '11 by desertflower100You don't need a current license to get into clinical research. Try to get an entry level position with one of the large CROs like quintiles or PPD, etc. as a CRA-clinical research associate. You may need to relocate and there is a lot of travel. You could also become a clinical research coordinator. Gateway Comm. Coll has an online program.
- 0Feb 15, '11 by steelydanfanQuote from PreepsThe Bachelors degree is in NURSING, period. BAs don't transfer from one subject to another. A BSN is not the same as a BS in Sociology, and any legitimate institution does it's homework.The person in question still has a bachelors degree. They may not be an RN but they have the degree. They could teach (not nursing) but they could take some extra classes and teach school-or like someone else sugested substitute teach. There is no reason they have to mention that the license is not current.
A BSN is worthless outside nursing, and anyone wanting to substitute teach is looking at 4 more years of ED classes, minimum. And they probably woild not be accepted, given the background checks done on teacher candidates, these days.