Nursing is a vocation as much as it is a career. Sometimes you know from very young that being a nurse is what you want to do with your life. Other times, it comes to you slowly. If you have had another career and think that you have missed something by not becoming a Registered Nurse with a Bachelor of Science degree, we have some answers for you that take less time than you might imagine.
Think about how you might feel as a ...Burn Unit Nurse, Cardiac Care Nurse, Certified Nurse Anesthetist, Certified Nurse Midwife, Emergency Room Nurse, Family Nurse Practitioner, Flight Transport Nurse, Gerontology Nurse Practitioner, Home Care Nurse, Hospice Care Nurse, Infection Control Nurse, Intensive Care Nurse, Labor and Delivery Nurse, Medical-Surgical Nurse, Military Nurse, Neonatal Nurse, Nurse Educator/Faculty, Nurse Practitioner , Nurse Recruiter, Nurse Researcher, Nursing Administration, Nursing Home Staff Nurse, Obstetrics/Women’s Health Nurse, Occupational Health Nurse, Office Nurse in MD practice, Oncology Nurse, Operating Room Nurse, Pain Care Nurse, Pediatric Nurse, Phone Triage Nurse, Psychiatric Nurse, Rehabilitation Nurse, Renal Dialysis Nurse, School Nurse, Transplant Nurse Coordinator, or some type of specialty care nursing career that hasn’t even been developed yet!