THE DANOSAUR 1,087 Views
Joined: Jan 3, '10;
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I grew up in a logging town, lots of drunks, and I could not count the number of fights I have broken up over the years.
I don't have any formal training, only the physical capacity.
Are there any hospitals that train security specifically for the medical setting?
Would I be recognized as both a nurse and security detail?
And more importantly, can I recieve a raise/bonus for having that distinction?
I may sound greedy, but that's life. And it seems to make sense to me. As a nurse I'd be in closer contact with the patients than the regular security, and would be able to work more quickly to prevent trouble.
Print out a huge stack of resume's, and just run around to every place you can find.
And don't stop pestering!!!
Just work hard and pester the administration, and you have a chance anywhere!!!
Starting as well, this spring!! (spring 2009)
See you there!! I'm hard to miss, Male, 6'4".
You all let me know if a teacher is being too hard on you!!
I'll rough em up a little.
I recently sat in on a lecture regarding male nurses. I learned that: The first nurses, hundreds of years ago, were male...the (forget official title) Army Nurse Corp (seems like it was armed forces or related force) were responsible for seeing that only females entered and maintained the field of nursing...it was only until recent times (comparatively speaking) that men were allowed back into the nursing field, giving the impression that only women are nurses...
19 now, just graduated HS last June.
Pre-nursing still, starting LPN in the spring.
I'll be 19 then too.
Be 20 when I finish school.
I was that kid who found the bird with the broken wing, and patched him up to fly.
I have very blue-collar sensibilities, and to me Nurses are to Doctors what Carpenters are to Architects.
And I just love people.
Hell, I'm not insulted at all.
I was big into theater and floriculture in high school, and after the girls get over their surprise at your masculinity, it has its "benefits."
Take a year off to work on a dairy farm.
That was my first job, good prep.
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