Types of Nursing Career Specialties - page 3

Agency Nurses Agency Nursing is essentially where a nurse will register or sign up with an agency or similar group and tell them what hours they are available to work. The nurses are then... Read More

  1. by   noelskyh
    Thanks for the info mona.
  2. by   mauxtav8r
    Thanks for this list. I'm still not sure which direction to go, but there are some options mentioned here that I'd not considered.
  3. by   Soapy
    WOW!! That's great info! I'm kinda new to this site and nursing (still taking my prerequ's). Ok...so question....to do any of those types of nursing, can you have your ADN or do you have to have a BSN? (still kinda confused about the ADN/BSN thing.) THANKS!
  4. by   bassplayerrob
    Hospital nursing gets really stressful. Try rehab or Skilled nursing.
  5. by   Hygeia79
    Thank you
  6. by   SweetLadyJ
    WOW! This was very helpful!
  7. by   ArizonaCNA
    Thank you I am just at the begining of my search for a nursing field and this really will help me decide. THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  8. by   akwill
    I'm new to this forum and this is exactly what I was hoping to find.
    thanks much for the information.
  9. by   Bean RN
    There is also Hospice Nursing.
  10. by   allie13
    HI everyone! I wanted to let you guys know that Nurse Recruiting is also an option if you are an experienced Nurse looking for something else within that field.
    Last edit by sirI on Sep 13, '07 : Reason: TOS
  11. by   bannan74
    Very helpful! I am planning to attend nursing school shortly. I work as an EMT now, but plan to train and obtain work as an STNA to give me more clinical experience with patients requiring long term care. Currently I desire to work as an ICU Nurse when I complete my ADN.

    This is a very helpful thread! Thanks!
  12. by   JJG07
    That was very helpful information.

  13. by   msmention58
    hi. here's another option in nursing that's very rewarding, I work in the fetal testing unit with high risk pregnant moms. I do non stress testing in my unit. Any other nurses out there that does this please respond. I feel like there are very few of us