You could also give psychiatric nursing a try, which is what I do. Many large hospitals specializing in psych, will hire RN's right out of school. My job is VERY non hands-on. I have an LPN who does most of the medication administration, shot-giving, any dressing changes to be done, etc.. Then I have, usually 4 MHT's who monitor the patients. My job mainly, is to assess new and very acute patients, manage the "milleu" of the unit, supervise all of my unit staff, and do lots of paperwork.
Plus I do have to SPEAK to the patients quite a bit, but I don't have to touch them much. Now, keep this in mind though; I still basically hold ALL the responsibility, as to how the unit is run, and I am responsible for keeping the patients safe and making sure they are all healthy and OK. Anything that doesn't get done, or anything that happens... it all falls back on me.
So, like I said, VERY non hands-on, but also plenty of responsibility. Keep in mind that if you go for an RN... chances are that no matter WHERE you start your career, that RN title still tends to carry with it, responsibility. When you are an LPN, you tend to have less responsibility but as said before, the LPN position does really tend to be more hands-on, wherever you go.