Connecticut Forensic Nursing Jobs

As Connecticut struggles to fill nursing jobs, state officials are trying to increase education programs and funds to deal with the nursing shortage. According to the Connecticut Department of Labor, there are 1,081 openings for registered nurses per year, 535 annual openings for nursing aides and 294 openings a year for licensed practical nurses. The Department estimates that by 2014, the demand for registered nurses will have grown by 13 percent. This means that quality candidates for nursing jobs are in high demand in Connecticut.

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Forensic Nurse Graduation from an accredited nursing program and one (1) year experience in the care of the mentally ill or emotionally disturbed. They are all hazardous duty....
Middletown, CT
8/10/2022
Graduation from an accredited nursing program and one (1) year experience in the care of the mentally ill or emotionally disturbed. They are all hazardous duty....
Forensic Nurse Specialist- RN- Per Diem- 4001 Bachelors or better in Nursing or related field. Education: Degree/Certification in nursing field. Experience: Experience with medication assisted treatment or…...
Somers, CT
12/20/2021
Bachelors or better in Nursing or related field. Education: Degree/Certification in nursing field. Experience: Experience with medication assisted treatment or…...
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Forensic Nursing

Forensic nurses treat the victims of violence, crimes, abuse and trauma, while also aiding detectives in the scientific investigation that helps catch perpetrators. Even if they perform little to no direct patient care, forensic nurses must keep their RN license active. Certificates in Forensic Nursing are offered by such organizations as the University of California and American Forensic Nurses (AMRN), and forensic nurses can receive further certifications from the Forensic Nursing Certification Board (FNCB) as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Adult/Adolescent (SANE-A) or Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Pediatric (SANE-P). The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts excellent, overall job growth for registered nurses.

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