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    EFM Interpretation Help

    I'm trying to switch into labour and delivery nursing and am taking a certification course. Having a hard time with EFM interpretation. Wondering if anyone can give me some help with this one?
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    Easiest specialty to transition away from psychiatric nursing?

    Thank you. What would you suggest as the best/easiest option to transition to; medical or surgical?
  3. I have been a psychiatric nurse for about a year and a half now and I love it. Though recently I was the victim of an assault by a patient that left me injured and I have decided I'd like to try something new. I am worried that the lack of medical skills used in psychiatry will leave me at a disadvantage when it comes to branching out and trying a different kind of nursing. I'm looking for recommendations on which types of nursing or specialties would be easiest when transitioning out of psychiatry and also what I should study in preparation for this. I would like to have two years of psychiatric experience on my resume so I still have another six month to prepare for the transition. Thank you so much for your help!
  4. I have been a psychiatric nurse for about a year and a half now and I love it. Though recently I was the victim of an assault by a patient that left me injured and I have decided I'd like to try something new. I am worried that the lack of medical skills used in psychiatry will leave me at a disadvantage when it comes to branching out and trying a different kind of nursing. I'm looking for recommendations on which types of nursing or specialties would be easiest when transitioning out of psychiatry and also what I should study in preparation for this. I would like to have two years of psychiatric experience on my resume so I still have another six month to prepare for the transition. Thank you so much for your help!
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