I worked in one for about 6 months so I do have experience..but the way I got fired was bad since I got in a fight with the RN supervisor. Now I'm filling out a job application in another nursing home, should I put the first place as a reference, will they talk bad about me if they call? or should I just say I have no experience?
I want to do medical assistant, then go back to school for nursing. But thing is I really love the job as a medical assistant. I rather work in the office. Than be touching patients everyday. I want to know if there's any office job for a nurse. One where you don't have to deal with people's urine, etc. What else can I do in nursing that has no clinicals?
I'm in 7th grade, and in college I want to try to become a RN nurse. How many years of college do I need to become a RN nurse, and what degree do I need? do I need to go to nursing school as well?
I am wondering what types of jobs I could get with a nursing degree at a psych hospital? What type of nursing degree do I need?
Could it be helpful in anyway to a career as a rn? Anyone have information on becoming a rn? Schooling? Task a rn may have? Types of environments?
Do lpn administer shots and give medication? Where do they often work? Is there a challenge to the job? Are there any disadvantages?
What do rn perform that put them above lpn and make it more seemingly of a job to people?
Personal details appreciated.
Which is "higher"? Which pays more? Are they really that different. How can you become an RN if you have a BSN and vice versa?
I currently have my LVN and am working on pre-reqs for my RN. I am still debating on whether to do a basic RN program and get my Bachelor's through an RN to BSN program after, or just go from LVN to BSN. I know jobs are more difficult to find as an RN now without your BSN, but my current job hires RN's to work the floor rather than doing the BSN position which is the supervisor role. Anyways, any tips would be helpful. Thanks!
PS I reside in California, if that at all effects your arguments.
I want to be a nurse when I get older. I don't really know where to start, I'm in my senior year of high school right now. I was thinking jobs corps but at the same time I don't think that will be enough to become a registered nurse. Any suggestions/advice/experiences is greatly appreciated.
Also if it matters, I want to work at a nursing home or clinic when I become a nurse.
I want to do things like take pregnant womens blood pressure and check up on them after they gave birth in the hospital.. i am in school and am thinking about doing the LPN program.. but what is the diff between RN medical assistance and LPN?
I am currently a case manager/social worker at a non-profit social services agency. I have hopes of becoming a supervisor someday. Can someone give me an estimate of a supervisor salary in this field? I tried to Google it, but it kept giving me salaries of RN case managers rather than the social services one I kept trying to specify.
Hi everyone, im in college right now, i was wondering what are the steps to becoming a nurse tell me if im right and correct me if im wrong
1) get an AS in Nursing @ 2 year accredited Community College
2) get a part time job @ a hospital
3) apply for 4 year university to get a BS to become a Registered Nurse
When exactly do you receive the license to become a nurse? is it after the AS degree?
Last question for all of you nurses out there, what's your typical schedule, and can you choose your own hours to work? i prefer not to work overnight
If two people were looking for jobs, both are RN's but one has associates degree while the other has a bachelors degree, will looking for a job be harder for the one with assiciates degree? Do most hospitals want people with bachelors degree? How difficult is it to jump from RN with assiciates degree to RN with bachelors through school?
I am a RN and work in a hospital OR with a pompous, arrogant, superficial doctor who continually talks about himself, his toys and his beauty queen wife. I could throw up. How do I reply next time to his bragging? Serious answers only please. I've had it with this pretentious jerk.
I am considering taking classes to become a Rn, but I am a guy and wondering if people will think I am gay because I am a guy wanting to become a RN.
Also, is RN a good job and is there a better paying job then that?
I am applying to dnp school and need 3 references. One of them is a supervisor. I had good ties with my old job as a pharmacy technician where I worked for 3 years. I am now an rn but only have been there for 6 months... Should I use my old supervisor or my new one? The old one is also a clinical pharmacist.
If i have my cna and phlebotomy, then what other qualifications must i need and how long would it take to attain them. would i need any in service hours/training/college? personal and professional knowledge and experiences would be useful. thank you.
My mom is a full-time NICU nurse for a hospital. The hospital is really slow right now and she is looking for a part-time job. I told her she could probably work at a company like Massage Envy, but it looks like they want people who are knowledgeable in deep massages. Does anyone have any other ideas of where she could get a part-time job. Please do not suggest places like wal-mart or target.
I am currently a high school grad and I want to know what colleges or universities are offering similar programs of pediatric oncology.. and should i go to a regular college or a medical one! and what type of act/sat and GPA do i need to get into those colleges? I just need to know where i need to go! and how long will it take me to become one! best answer t********s!
What's the difference in their roles? People say and LPN can do watever an RN can do. Would you agree? Who will be able to find a job easier? Lots of opinions please:)