Published Sep 13
I've been an RN for about 10 years mainly working in blood/plasma donation centers. I was recently offered a position as a Correctional RN with the sheriffs department in a facility in the LA area which I should be starting within the next month or so.
I am a bit nervous about starting corrections since I have not been in a hospital setting since clinicals. At my current job we do a lot physical assessments, counselings, handle adverse reactions, deal with a lot of upset and sometimes aggressive donors , and completing report when something goes wrong with the donors. Based on the little information I found in my Google searches seems like these can be useful skills for corrections. I also see that a lot new grads are being offered jobs so I am assuming they have a hefty orientation which should help me refresh some unused skills.
Besides the excellent pay, what other perks or benefits should I expect (if any), what should I expect as far as the job duties, work load, and what does the day to day look like?
Any advice is greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance,
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