Hi All,I'm new to this site, and would love to pick your brains and learn from your experiences. I am currently working full time here in Toronto, Canada. I am an experienced nurse of 25+ years with most of them in ICU/CCU. I now currently work in the NICU and have been there since 2005. I tried PACU a few years ago, but it was not my thing...... lasted 6 months. I kinda like talking to people, lol. Since I get itchy feet every 7 yrs or so, I am thinking of jumping ship into a new specialty........ Possibly Dialysis. There is job openings out there, but most of them want nurses with experience in Nephrology, and/or certification. I would like to take the Nephrology course through my local community college, to gain increased knowledge, but I would hate to pay a whole lot of money on the courses then jump ship only to realize its not for me......again!!!! I would first like to hear from you fellow Dialysis Nurses on their experiences working there, what you love and hate? . If there is any advice you could give me to help with such a transition, I would love to hear from you. Also interested to hear what the shifts are like, the hours the stress level, etc. Don't get me wrong.....I love NICU, I mean who does not love babies. But it's time to move on, and gain some new experience. One of the many reasons I love nursing:) Thanks for your feedback.