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SAEsnickers86

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    PICU experience

    im a peds nurse wanting to apply to CRNA programs in the next couple years. WOuld transfering to the PICU help me out or I gotta make the adult transition. Also wat programs out there accept PICU experience!
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    PICU experience

    Is it best to get Adult ICU experience or PICU would be ok. Also do u guys know of any programs out that that acceots PICU experience
  3. I mean its definitely hard these days. I graduated in May, pass NCLEX in june and just started working last month. Took 3 whole months for find a job. Although i wanted to go into critical care or ER I landed this job in peds Hem/onc/BMT. Not the typical male field but a very good start! it tough out there but u gotta be pesistent and take watever u can get now!
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    LTC experience into NP programs

    well said... thanks for your response
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    LTC experience into NP programs

    thanks for your input
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    LTC to hospital

    I just got a job offer with a LTC facility and i was wandering if this is a good area for a new grad to start considering how hard it is to get a hospital position these days. I eventually would like to move onto a hospital after a couple months experience (18months). What would be the best way to land a position in the ER/ ICU or even get my foot in the hospital setting esp in DC area? It has been a nightmare going through the HR and application processes of area hospitals as a new grad. PS: and for those of u who made the transition from a LTC to a hospital, how was it? Thank you for your time
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    How old were you. when you become RN?

    Graduated at 23 this may and became an RN at 24 in june!
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    LTC to hospital

    thanks for your response. My facility requires all new grad RNs to sign a 18 month contract so if i take the job im definitely gonna honor that contract.
  9. SAEsnickers86

    LTC to hospital

    I just got a job offer with a LTC facility and i was wandering if this is a good area for a new grad to start considering how hard it is to get a hospital position these days. I eventually would like to move onto a hospital after a couple months experience. What would be the best way to land a position in the ER/ ICU or even get my foot in the hospital setting esp in DC area? It has been a nightmare going through the HR and application processes of area hospitals as a new grad. PS: and for those of u who made the transition from a LTC to a hospital, how was it? Thank you for your time
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    LTC experience into NP programs

    Im a new grad and just got a job offer at a LTC. I eventually wanna get my NP. I have heard from NPs and peers that ER experience can be valuable for NP students. What about a skilled Nursing facility or a rehab facility experience?
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    LTC RN to military

    Any any of you guys gone from LTC to a military career. And if so did your LTC experience serve you well or it is hard to join the military with that kind of experience.
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    LTC RN to military

    Any any of you guys gone from LTC to a military career. And if so did your LTC experience serve you well or it is hard to join the military with that kind of experience.
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    Genesis healthcare new grad program

    Any insights from those who have gone through the program in the DC/MD area. Positive and negative insights will be appreciated. Also, can anyone shed some light about this facility (company) ... such as nursing salary per hour, schedule/hrs: 8 or 12hr shifts,opportunity of gaining various certifications, etc.... Thank you for any information...
  14. Any insights from those who have gone through the program in the DC/MD area. Positive and negative insights will be appreciated. Also, can anyone shed some light about this facility (company) ... such as nursing salary per hour, schedule/hrs: 8 or 12hr shifts,opportunity of gaining various certifications, etc.... Thank you for any information...
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    LTC Salary for new grad RN in DC

    Just wondering the salary range for LTCs for new grad RNs in the Washington DC/MD area.
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