School Nursing for the Adrenaline Junkie
If you ever thought about school nursing and said to yourself, “Not for me because I would miss the adrenaline of nursing…” it’s time to rethink that perception. This next episode will remind us all that in every single type of nursing role, there is room for growth, autonomy, and even the day-to-day rush of a fast-paced environment.
A few take aways from our interview with Alane Warren, RN, BSN, PhN, Credentialed School Nurse include:
- How surrounding yourself with people who aspire more impacts your nursing career;
- What an experience with death and CPR can teach you about yourself;
- And why a transition from an adrenaline junky role to something completely different can turn out for the best!
Alane Warren, RN, BSN, PhN, Credentialed School Nurse graduated from Sonoma State University in 1998. Alane worked for 1 year on a med/surg unit at a small 65-bed hospital, before being chosen to train for an ICU position. Alane worked in the ICU ten years before deciding to transition to school nursing in general education. For the last three years, Alane has worked as a school nurse for the moderate to severe handicapped child population. She is now venturing into the world of blogging, and as Alane says, “Is still learning how to blog”. You can find out more and connect with Alane via her blog, Facebook, or LinkedIn.
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