Greetings from Italy!Register Today!
- by nicknurse Mar 10, '07Hi everyone, I'm a newcomer to this great site.
After several weeks I finally decided to register and I just can't wait to look at some of the forums.
I'm an italian 26 y.o. RN with 3 years post-registration experience, and in the next few days I will start to work into my city's brand-new ER :spin:
It's nice to be part of this worldwide nurses community!
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- Mar 10, '07 by cappuccinogood luck. i'm new here too. not a new nurse. i really like this site too.
- Mar 10, '07 by RockGreetings Nick!
Welcome to the Nurses' Forum.
Rock RN, retired
- Mar 10, '07 by TweetyNice to meet you. Welcome to Allnurses!
- Mar 23, '07 by stellina1122Hi,
I am living in Chicago and am currently trying to become an RN. Where in Italy are you? Can you tell me about nursing in Italy? What are the starting salaries? How do you like the work? What speciality are you in? Any information you can give me regarding nursing in Italy would be great. I am also curious to know what is involved for a RN from the States to become a nurse in Italy.
- Mar 23, '07 by Testa Rosa, RNCiao:
Boun venutto Qui! I'm an allnurses.com adict. I come here to waste time when I should be studing.
I'm a first generation Italian American living in the San Francisco, Bay Area. Both my parents passed away before their time, so I'm an American Italian orphan and I miss speaking Italian sooo much. My Dad has only been gone one year and I already am starting to forget words...Come si dice (insert word I'm fumbling for here).
Have my Nonna/Zia still living in Lucca, and will be visiting all my Italian family as soon as I pass the NCLEX....2 1/2 years from now as I will be entering nursing school this Fall. Figure my three kids will be old enough by then to make the expense of flying over worth the educational/memory value. My youngest is three, so still too young.
My cousin, Maria Enrica, is an EMT/Ambulance/Emergency provider in Lucca, and My Zia Osaia is a retired Midwife/Nurse (come si dice....see what I mean). They have very involved careers in Italy with a broader range than I see here in the U.S. Do you pass some version of the NCLEX to become a registered RN? Why did you choose ER?
Look forward to talking with you soon,
- Mar 23, '07 by muffiebonjourno ?!?!
- Mar 24, '07 by RockHi Nicknurse:
We haven't heard from you since 3-10-07. A number of people have responded to your message.
Tell us something about where you live in Italy. Many of us here in US have relatives living in Italy, especailly those who chose to stay in their native country.
Rock, RN, BS, MS
- Apr 15, '07 by nicknurseHi everyone!
First of all, I would like to apologise for my delay in answering all your kind welcome messages, but these last 20 days were literally crazy! My city's brand-new hospital was finally opened and all the wards had to be transferred to the new location, including ER. What a mess!
Well, thank you again for all your kind messages.
I'll try answer to you all
- Apr 15, '07 by donsterRNWelcome to All Nurses; we're glad you're here!