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I lost my nursing license. What jobs do I qualify for with my skills and medical experience now that I am considered a non-clinical nurse?

Been there, done that. Sorry to hear you’re going through this, but you will come out on the other side alive, I promise.You didn't say what kind of nursing you did before your license issue so it limits my response. My own experience was mostly ER, but I had been teaching all the classes at my hospital and also teaching at a community college for their nursing program before my suspension so I had some options. You didn't say narcotics was the issue, but it was for me, so I will answer this question assuming this. No judgement from me, I promise ! :-)I was extremely fortunate, I will admit. I had worked at the same hospital for 15 years and had LOTS of friends. I cannot tell you how much it paid off that I had always been nice to everyone from housekeeping to the hospital president, Human Resources, nursing assistants, students, physicians, etc. I called on favors from SO MANY people when I was looking for work.Firstly, I was able to keep teaching at the college. I just taught nursing assistant classes, medical assistant classes, phlebotomy, EKG interpretation, etc. My first year out of work this saved me- emotionally as well as financially.Lots of teaching options, especially if you have your BSN. Get your teaching cards for BLS, ACLS, TNCC, PALS, etc. While these lean towards my own experience,, I made a lot of money teaching PALS for a large childrens medical center. It paid nursing pay but only a few hours at a time. For one summer, I had a full schedule teaching at about 10 area hospitals, doctors offices, etc.Dialysis is one route you can take. It is actually VERY friendly to nurses who had license issues. If you are never going to regain a license, be a dialysis tech. They would fall all over themselves to recruit you, trust me. I worked dialysis my first job after i got my license reinstated, but I will admit, I HATED every living moment of it. I swore no matter what, I would wait tables before I ever worked dialysis again. A large percentage of people find a home there after regaining their license, especially as an entry back to practice. Totally narcotic free and the training is so intense it meets the need for a “refresher course”. I know at least 10 nurses who never wanted to leave dialysis after starting over there.Doctors offices- I got multiple offers from physicians who knew me from the ER to work in their offices. You don’t have to have a license of any kind, its this grey area of practice where the physician holds the license and you can do anything he tells you to do. Apply for all of the MA/LPN jobs and then make your case once you get it the door for an interview.I worked for a surgeon one summer and I did exactly what I did as an ER nurse. Triage, wound care, assessments, discharge orders and patient teaching, roomed patients, etc. They paid me well because I was basically working like a nurse practitioner without the prescription writing. I am not sure if this job would have been so easy for anyone else to find- this surgeon was the wife of one of our ER physicians I worked with for years.I worked for my family physician for a few months while her main Medical Assistant was on maternity leave. I don’t think I ever worked harder and was AMAZED at what kind of things people put off before finally coming in to the office. That experience was a long post of its own! Paid like high paying MA. Looked great when I was trying to get nursing employment.Of course you can do nursing assistant work. I found it to be pretty soul sucking though. There is absolutely no judgement in this statement, so don’t put me on blast everyone, but that part of practice is the worst. Its so physical and underappreciated, underpaid, mistreated, on and on and on. Another post for another day…..anyway- there is work there, lots of it, and if you need a job ASAP it is an option.My last job I worked in a cardiology office doing stress testing. Great pay, early morning hours, no holidays, evenings or weekends.If patient care is out, look at some other health care options. Your degree in nursing makes it easy to go another route without too much extra education. Radiology tech, lab tech, med lab tech, resp tech, etc. Check with licensing boards before you invest too much money- some boards won’t let you hold a license if your nursing license is revoked permanently.Some tips about working/finding work after nursing license suspension.I wish I knew more about your situation to guide my answer, but I am left to just assume you are in a very crowded boat with a lot of the kindest, smartest, most compassionate health care providers that I have ever had the privilege to know. Myself included.You’ll have to get in the door somehow- they’ll see your education and toss your application because:1. they think its an error and pitch your application 2. think ‘this person has issues’ and pitch your application 3. pitch your application, lol.I have purposely left resumes/applications very vague to bypass the folks who have to weed out the hundreds of job applications who routinely through out apps for any reason.Get networking! Let people know you are looking for work. I was so fortunate to know people who were willing to recommend me, people who let me know of open positions, etc. You don’t have to tell everybody your business unless they ask, but you will be surprised at how many people will be willing to help you find work.It is difficult to know how/when to disclose your ‘issue’ until you get to an interview. Of course you’ll have to let someone know during the interview process but try to get a sentence or two to sum up what is going on and let the conversation go from there. You will get a variety of responses from ‘don’t care’ to someone wanting extreme detail. I have mostly found that people don’t care if you are honest about it and act like you have your sh*t together. There will be the occasional judgmental person, not often though.If narcotics is the reason you’re out, I cannot stress enough the importance of finding a local Caduceus NA/AA meeting. Not only for the very different world of addiction in the healthcare professional world, but for the networking/ support/ love/ education. I’m lucky that I have a very active, large group that meets once a week about 10 minutes from my front door. *Caduceus is a term for a NA/AA meeting for healthcare professionals. My group has dentists, nurses, physicians, PA’s, NP’s, Paramedics, pharmacists, veterinarians, and others!Most importantly, don ’t let the haters get you down! They’re out there for sure. Even reading the responses to the OP I can spot them….. Everyone has baggage in their life, most folks don’t have their stuff on a website for everyone to read. I think if you ask around, everyone knows a nurse who has a discipline mark for narcs. I am a great nurse, I made some mistakes and I have paid dearly for them. Don’t hang your head in shame. I truly believe that if you own your mistake, people are very forgiving. If you act ashamed, people don’t want to give you a chance. It is difficult to find quality people to hire, just make sure you are one of them and you’ll find your place.

How can a nursing student get her foot in the door at a hospital while going to school year round?

One way is to submit an employment application at the hospital where you had the most clinicals.Then email them once in a while to let them know you are still interested. I wouldn't do it very often,I would also contact them in a week or so before I would graduate.

How can a US RN work as a RN in Ontario, Canada?

Healthcare in Canada is a provincial responsibility.Each province and territory has a College of Nurses (for example the College of Nurses of Ontario or the College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba.)These organizations manage the registration (similar to licensing in the US) for nurses.Canada has a similar nursing system to the US. I’ll use Ontario as an example.In the US, the licensing looks like this:Complete a 75 hour course to become a Certified Nurses Assistant (CNA)Complete a Certificate of Nursing lasting about 1 year to become a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)Complete an Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) lasting about 2 years to become licensed as a Registered Nurse (RN)Further your education with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)Complete a Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) to become a Nurse PractitionerIn Ontario, it looks like this:Complete a 540–770 hour course to become a Personal Support Worker (PSW)Complete a 2-year Ontario College Diploma in Practical Nursing to become a Registered Practical Nurse (RPN)Complete a 4-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) to become a Registered Nurse (RN)Further your education with a Master of Science in Nursing (MScN) or Doctorate of Nurse Practice (DNP)As you can see, there is no Certificate of Nursing. If you hold this qualification, you can become credentialed as a PSW (a significant drop in responsibilities.)If you were an RN in the US with a 2-year Associates degree you can become licensed as an RPN in Canada but not as an RN. This is important because it dictates what license you can hold in Canada and how easily you can immigrate.There are many online programs to help you complete your BScN online:Western Governors University (charges a flat fee per term, most grads finish in 2 years at a total cost of $14k)Bellevue University (charges $415 per credit, assuming you transfer around 60 credits from your ADN/ASN you’ll pay $28k)TN VisaIf you are an American nurse with a Bachelor’s degree and wish to move to Ontario right now you can, with the NAFTA/TN Visa. This visa allows people in designated professions (of which nursing is one) to move between Canada, the US and Mexico for up to 3 years. All you need to bring is proof of your nursing license and a job offer.Here is a lot more info from a law firm about the specifics for Americans who wish to work in Canada.Becoming a Nurse in OntarioThe steps are as follows:Open an account with the National Nursing Assessment Service(NNAS) and provide them with the requested documents including but not limited to:Identity (e.g., passport, birth certificate, driver's licence)Nursing education (e.g., verification forms, transcripts, course descriptions)Nursing registration (e.g., verifications forms from all jurisdictions where you have been registered as a nurse)Employment (e.g., verification forms from organizations where you have worked/volunteered within the past 5 years)Pay the applicable registration feesComplete the NCLEX-RN if you are registering as an RN - if you are already an RN you will not need to repeat this; if you are registering as an RPN you will need to complete a new exam, the Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Examination (CPNRE)You will need to complete a test on Canadian nursing lawYou will then be granted your registrationGood luck.

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