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Nursing Jobs for a Disabled Nurse

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by bbyRN bbyRN, BSN, RN (Member) Member Nurse

bbyRN is a BSN, RN and specializes in TCU, Dementia care, nurse manager.

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Hi. I'm looking to support healthcare in a decent job using my RN but as an RN with a new disability. I am about a year post bone marrow transplant (BMT) and in the process of living a new life with graft-vs-host-disease (GVH, GVHD), after effects of myeloablative induction, etc. I struggle with physical and cognitive fatigue, though it's getting better; work-out but it takes days to recuperate; have to stay away from highly infectious environments; have difficulty with appetite and weight; and so on.

But I can walk, talk, chew gum, use a computer and EMR and other software. Continue with continual education. Advocate for healthcare, healthcare professionals, and patients. It would be very cool to work for a good organization - wouldn't we all.

If anyone has any ideas and websites to look into, please let me know. It will not only help me, it will help a lot of us.

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Rose_Queen is a BSN, MSN, RN and specializes in OR, education.

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Depending on experience types and length you have, you could look into telephone triage, insurance company case management, or online nursing course instructor just to name a few. 

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