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  1. Bringing Massage Therapy Back into Nursing
    Great article and I wholly agree. I've been an RN x 24 years and just finished a year of Massage Therapy school (500 hours). I see this as a real enhancement to my nursing skills and intend to...
    Nov 19, '07
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  2. Nursing Tutor Business
    Hi, I have been doing this myself for about 4 years. Granted, I'm just getting "extra" money, but I still advertise. Where? At the local Nursing programs, Medical Technology education, etc. I also...
    Dec 31, '06
    Forum: Entrepreneurs in Nursing
  3. What type of education is needed to be a nurse massage therapist.
    Check: Welcome to the NANMT! ABMP Fibril_late
    Dec 31, '06
    Forum: Entrepreneurs in Nursing
  4. how do i max my income as new grad
    Become certified in Critical Care. One of those "recognized" programs. It was the ticket in 1983, and is probably the fastest way now. You don't need to move your family. Move yourself into the...
    Dec 31, '06
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  5. New to nurse massage therapy
    Rn-Massage therapist to be: I too, am in a similar boat. As an injury-retired Critical Care Nurse (of 23 years), I am currently enrolled in a Massage Therapy, 500 hour program in California. I fully...
    Dec 31, '06
    Forum: Nurse Massage Therapists
  6. The Guys Club: Guy Students Come on In!
    I was there once or twice. Everybody gets nervous. The key is, to KNOW YOUR STUFF. Dive deep into the patient records; be a fact fanatic. Don't be a minimizer, but be a maximizer. Know your math...
    Nov 6, '06
    Forum: Male Nursing Student
  7. The Guys Club: Guy Students Come on In!
    Woody, Nursing is a great career choice. I got my ADN in 1983. Before that I was a Respiratory Therapist for about 5 years. Nursing rocks, no doubt about it. In all the 23 years, never any...
    Oct 26, '06
    Forum: Male Nursing Student
  8. Nurse Massage Therapy
    Greetings. I'm an Rn of 23 years in California. "Semi-retired" secondary to work injury. I spotted a Massage Therapy school opportunity that couldn't be beat, so I got started last month. It's a 500...
    Oct 26, '06
    Forum: Nurse Massage Therapists


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