Category Archives: Nurse Salary
Interview with a Correctional Facility Nurse
Nyoka Young is a colleague of mine with over two and a half decades of nursing experience. Sixteen of those years were spent working in several different correctional facilities. I spoke to her about her experience while working in the infirmary of a jail.
1. Can a new nurse get real experience working at a correctional facility?
Yes, all inmates are seen by the in house facility and only sent out to the hospital if deemed necessary by the infirmary. A new nurse would see all sorts of read more …
Should I finish my BSN?
There are numerous ways to become an RN. One way is to go to a four year college and come out with a Bachelor in Science of Nursing, known in short as a BSN. The advantage of this option is that it’s a straight route that allows the graduate access to the most jobs. This is because many hospitals and administrative positions are restricted for those who possess a bachelor degree. For the nurse whose end goal it is to be read more …