OK, this has been bugging me for awhile, just wanted to get some thoughts. I am currently a nursing student (LPN grad in July 2006, :hatparty: RN May 2007). Eventually, I want to work in overseas missions, but first I know I need to get some experience. I am interested in working in disaster relief and in a clinic setting in a rural area (looking at Moldova, Siberia, something over there). Anyway, I was wondering if you all had some input as to what KIND of experience would be best before I go overseas. I love, love, love the ER, but is this the best experience for what I want to do? For the disaster relief, ER would be great, but what about the clinic setting (most of the ones I know about also do some home-health kind of visits)? Would doing Med-Surg first and then ER be best? Is ER with some home health what I need? I am going to be getting an EMS job also, so I will have that experience. Any and all thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks!