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    Pediatric Cardiovascular acute unit

    I have an interview with a Pediatric cardiovascular acute unit. I was looking for some perspective from RNs who work in this specialty, what do your day to day roles and responsibilities look like?
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    New graduate nurse, new job, HELP

    @Wuzzie @OldDude Thank you! I am NOT trying to belittle the nurses there at all or question their experience or education. I just have never been outside of the northeast and when I told people where I was moving I got a lot of mixed responses (which made me a little upset). I am very honored and excited to have gotten this job and I'm sure it will be an amazing experience. I've just been reading into the public health statistics and state ratings of quality of care (which I probably shouldn't read into) just nervous for the move I think. But very excited thank you again.
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    New graduate nurse, new job, HELP

    I'm a new graduate nurse and am moving to Louisiana which has a poor health care quality. I'm excited because I got into the specialty I wanted (pediatric ED). Many students in my nursing school chose to stay in the area because the hospital quality is great (CT and MA). I have no desire to stay right now and really just want to experience something new. However, I am worried that if I ever chose to move back to MA I would have trouble getting a job at a hospital because the hospital quality isn't as great in LA, has anyone experienced an issue getting a nursing job based on previous hospital experience? I don't want to hinder my education as a new nurse or future opportunities.
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    Does First Job Impact Future Jobs?

    I'm a new graduate nurse and am moving to Louisiana which has a poor health care quality. I'm excited because I got into the specialty I wanted (pediatric ED). Many students in my nursing school chose to stay in the area because the hospital quality is great (CT and MA). I have no desire to stay right now and really just want to experience something new. However, I am worried that if I ever chose to move back to MA I would have trouble getting a job at a hospital because the hospital quality isn't as great in LA, has anyone experienced an issue getting a nursing job based on previous hospital experience? I don't want to hinder my education as a new nurse or future opportunities.
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