Yeah in the us with that type of crime they won't hire after they do a background check
A forensic nurse. That should be easy to find, it's the most understaffed nursing position. Apparently only 25% of ER in the U.S. are staffed with them which means rape and assault victims sometimes have to cross state lines to see one for a proper rape kit.
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I had already finished my master degree. My master major is surgery health nursing/ emergency nursing . I have had experience for ten years, my experience has been about emergency nursing for 7 yeras, it has been about educator nursing for 4 years, it has been about practice teacher for 2 years, and it has been about both surgical nursing and cardiovascular critical care for 4 years. I m really interesting care patients, teaching new nurse, and teaching nursing students. I m looking any job to US. Especially, l m looking florida. Could you anybody help me, please? If you need any other information let me know.
Would love to work in the Emergency Department. I have 19 years of experience. Have worked in nursing home setting for many years. Very interested to do different things.