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by Humblednurse Humblednurse (New) New

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Hello, I am looking for some advise. I have a permanent discipline on my license with no restrictions. Any suggestions as to where I should apply. Any truth to there being recovery friendly company's?

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I just found out 5 minutes ago that my license is FINALLY ACTIVE after years of putting in the work to get it there!  I am in a monitoring contract and will be for 3 years.

From what I have read, dialysis, plasma centers, LTC are recovery friendly.  Wound care nurses, case managers, maybe Utilization review??

I am hoping to find something soon.  My biggest concern is when to bring it up?

Sending you good vibes!

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4 hours ago, rn1965 said:

I just found out 5 minutes ago that my license is FINALLY ACTIVE after years of putting in the work to get it there!  I am in a monitoring contract and will be for 3 years.

From what I have read, dialysis, plasma centers, LTC are recovery friendly.  Wound care nurses, case managers, maybe Utilization review??

I am hoping to find something soon.  My biggest concern is when to bring it up?

Sending you good vibes!

Thank you for your comment. So far I have been disclosing at the end of the interview.  I'd rather they get to know me first before disclosing. 2 interviews completed with no luck. 1 was plasma and 1 was LTC. I was thinging on trying home health next...

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Nurselexii specializes in Non judgmental advisor.

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All jobs requires is that you have no restrictions, I dont see why you need to disclose anything more than your license number and your experience 

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chadprepton has 7 years experience as a ADN and specializes in Telephonic and Addictions Nursing.

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I would keep trying.  You can def get a good job! I found it better to talk about it compared to not.

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Texasmama72 specializes in 20.

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Do you have and suggests @chad?   

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