I searched the forum, and I found plenty of topics about med-surg nurses transitioning to critical care nursing, but I did not find any topics about the reverse.I have been an ICU nurse for nearly two years, as I was hired immediately after graduation to work in the ICU. I previously worked as a CNA/tech in the same ICU for 3.5 years while attending nursing school. I have never worked on a med-surg floor as nurse, but I am strongly considering the possibility of transferring out of the ICU to take on a clinical supervisor position for a medical floor.I LOVE working in the ICU, and I know there will be many new and unique challenges to working on a medical floor. However, I look forward to being able to communicate and educate my patients in a different setting.I was wondering if anyone had any advice about this sort of transition, i.e., from ICU to med-surg nursing or ICU to clinical supervisor of a medical floor. Has anyone ever experienced this transition?Would it be possible to continue working PRN in ICU to maintain my ICU competencies in case I ever wanted to return to ICU full-time in the distant future? I worked very hard to learn just a PORTION of the skill set of critical care, and I think it will be a valuable asset as a charge nurse on a medical floor, but I certainly realize there will be a very different skill set to learn there as well.Thanks for your honest feedback.