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Nursing Question 1What are my optionions could I work at a doctors office Before After ReplyYou dont need to become a nurse to work in a doctors office Most offices will have one or two nurses on staff but mostly they hire MAs or medical assistants They can perform some of the task of a nurse at a lesser pay scale Of course I think you should become an RN You will be more marketable and the pay will be better Question 2 I would like to learn more about working in the field of nursing How would you suggest one go about learning more about the career while possibly adding to ones resumeexperience before I try to enter a nursing school Is my CAN experience enough Reply Yes getting you CAN liscence was a step in the right direction It really has never been a better time to become a nurse with the nursing shortage Opportunity financial stability and the chance to make a difference in the lives of the patients you care for is so rewarding Nursing isnt for everyone It requires a special personality one with a great deal of patience What about home health care Reply You really should consider becoming a home care nurse It is such a rewarding job You feel like a real nurse The pay has never been better and the benefits are such a nice bonus I worked in a hospital setting for 10 years before going into home care and have never been happier Think about it and of course if you are in the Michigan area you should look into Health Care Partners It is a family oriented business and they make you feel like you are a part of the family Question 4Do you have any suggestions on the best study skills you learnt ReplyI learned that if you can answer the objectives you know the correct material
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