Going back to nursing

  1. I was a Mother Baby LVN (LPN to most of you!) for almost 4 1/2 years. I took my RN boards 1 week before I had to move to Europe for 2 years. I'm moving back to the States in less than 2 months and am getting anxious about going back to work.
    To any of who work in postpartum, how would you regard a person in my situation who was coming to work on your unit? I considered myself a very good M/B LVN and at the time felt I could make the jump to RN without any problem. I was trained in newborn admit assessment so it's just the antepartum patients that I haven't been trained to take care of.
    Thanks for any input you might have.
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  3. by   mother/babyRN
    Just take it day by day and don't be afraid or hesitant to ask for imput or advice. Just let them know you are really interested in learning all they have to offer and give it your best shot..Welcome back!