Quote from *Pepper*
Wow! I had a second interview today for a job in --nursing informatics--.
I never even heard of this in nursing school
As a fresh LPN sitting on 26 years as a software engineer, this job would great!
No pill passes, no ordering chucks, no working off the clock to finish up......
.......is this heaven ???????????
Well, I sure hope you get the position, and that you enjoy it as much I enjoy mine!
I have been an LPN for 30years this June, and I can tell you how I wish I had found this position years ago!
Now I must tell you that everyone in our healthcare system who works in I. S. are salaried. But I do not have a problem with this at all, but I bring it up because of your statement about not have to work off the clock.
In my position, I have work short days and long days. Weekends and holidays are rare, but you do take call, and during downtimes you maybe needed.
Having said that, I wanted to ask you why you decided to become an LPN, after a career as a software engineer??
Thanks, and Good Luck!