Nov 24, '11 by MinnieMomRN
Most hospitals will give you an orientation, but you usually have to commit to working full-time during the orientation. Perhaps this is something you could do over a school break? As for the peds experience, in school nursing you develop skills in caring for kids who are managing chronic illnesses, but this is different from acute care experience. Not that one is better than another, but they are different skill sets. Did you previously work in a hospital setting? It's like riding a bike...
As for this opportunity being available, yes, it is do-able. I work school nursing 3 days a week, and then I work e/o w/e in the hospital. But hey, now that I think about it, I REALLY don't want to go in this coming weekend. How'd you like to work 3-11:30 this Sat/Sunday for me??
Last edit by MinnieMomRN on Nov 24, '11