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    Medical transcription, or technical writing in general?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoxerDogLover View Post
    I want to go back to uni and start a new career (currently a registered nurse and whilst i enjoy it I think I could be happier doing something else)
    I love computers, filing, typing etc. so I think some sort of desk job would be perfect for me, but i would preferably like something that pays quite well. I don't really enjoy maths so I think accounting would be out. Any ideas?
    Have you thought about Clinical Governance? You would possibly be aware of risk management with your nursing background, you may have filled in Clinical incident forms in your time. You need a clinical background to get into it. Either a Clinical Practice Improvement Coordinator or Clinical Risk manager coordinator or a Quality coordinator. All the staff in my team were nurses. Level 7-8 pay level so it's good!! May be a bit more challenging and it's certainly interesting.


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