As another poster suggested, the Specialties section will have lots of ideas. However, I just had to respond because I was thinking just yesterday how I wish I could have a position with some of the idiot scriptwriters of movies/TV shows as a nurse/healthcare consultant. (I know sometimes MDs and DOs are consultants, not sure about nurses, and probably very very few such positions) BUT I would so love to watch a movie/show that pertains to medicine without wanting to reach through the screen and throttle actors when they do such egregious things (yes, it may block the actor's arm, but really, the upper bedrails should be RAISED! Uh, when you do compressions, your arms should be straight, not bent all crazy pushing nowhere. Shocking asystole? ok...) You get the picture. I am just waiting for my pts to tell me they want the MD to give them their IV meds 'cause the House guy does it himself. UGH.
I guess I am easily annoyed, but I think I might offer to do this for free so long as they fly to to location and pay for accomodations (hey, I have been thinking about getting into travel nursing!)
Seriously though, there are a lot of amazing opportunities. I also think that working at the bedside can give you a nice glimpse at many different things...if you are awed by wounds, you might try working in a wound care clinic. If you have a passion for pharm, look into drug research. Good with computers? Informatics. And yes, there are programs for forensic nurses. Sounds pretty cool! I've been a floor RN for four years and still have no idea what I want to do when I "grow up". Right now I am trying to find my passion (and it is not at the bedside but that is a good place to start!)
Good luck to you