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by Jesse.jean Jesse.jean (New Member) New Member

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Hi

im looking for home hospice info.

searching for great resume suggestions and info about the field.

also plan on adding my two cents when I can add something positive to a conversation.

thanks for having me.

if there is a hospice section please link to it (here) for me.

i don't know my way around yet.

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dianah has 43 years experience as a ADN and works as a Cath Lab/Stress Lab/Cardiology Case Management.

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Hello, and welcome to the site!

I am hoping some of our good folks in this forum will be able to help you out with information and tips.

Best regards!

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makeitwork has 6 years experience and works as a Hospice Case Manager.

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Prior to going into hospice, I simply browsed this category looking for topics that I wanted more information about on that particular day. I spent many days reading about this field of nursing because I was told, "You will know within six weeks of hospice nursing whether it is for you or not." Part of that is due to the emotional gains and drains which I find makes me grow as a person. I have been in hospice for over five years and cannot imagine myself anywhere else.

Good luck with your decision.

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nuangel1 has 30+ years experience and works as a Hospice Case Manager.

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Prior to going into hospice, I simply browsed this category looking for topics that I wanted more information about on that particular day. I spent many days reading about this field of nursing because I was told, "You will know within six weeks of hospice nursing whether it is for you or not." Part of that is due to the emotional gains and drains which I find makes me grow as a person. I have been in hospice for over five years and cannot imagine myself anywhere else.

Good luck with your decision.

I saw Hospice first hand thru my husbands illness .I have friends who are recently relatively new to Hospice both were ED nurse as I was but after 15 years in Ed I needed a change so after my husband passed I became a Hospice Case Manager .I have only been doing this 9 weeks and I already know that it was the correct choice for me .I believe it is what I am meant to do .

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LaurieCRNP2002 has 15 years experience and works as a Nurse Practitioner.

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Another resource to consider is the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association https://advancingexpertcare.org. Good luck and welcome to the hospice world!

Laurie

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