New Hampshire Forensic Nursing Jobs

There is a great need to create and fill more nursing jobs in New Hampshire, but there is currently a shortage. This is not due to a lack of interest in nursing, but rather a lack of faculty to teach qualified applicants at nursing schools and hospitals. Recent efforts have been made to expand programs and add nursing courses online, but with the average age of RNs being almost 50 in the state, more will need to be done to make up for an aging workforce.

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REGISTERED NURSE II E.g., Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse, Gerontological Nurse, Maternal and Child Health Nurse, Oncology, Wound Care, etc.......
Berlin, NH
2/13/2018
E.g., Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse, Gerontological Nurse, Maternal and Child Health Nurse, Oncology, Wound Care, etc.......
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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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