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    H fellow hubbies I was just wondering if any one knew the course or process of courses that you need to go through to become a community health nurse.... I've been considering which path to take wives done a psa course a which is a stepping stone to get into the nursing sector just don't know which way to go now

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    As far as I'm aware, best to get a bachelor of nursing and a few years hospital experience or enrolled nurse training and the same experience in the hospital setting. Showing an interest in community health is essential.

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    ^ yes this. Community positions are often in demand as they're often 9-5 positions (as opposed to shift work) so a couple of years acute (ie. on the wards) experience at a hospital would definitely help.

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    You will most likely need to do registered or enrolled nursing. Most of the community nurses I know of are RNs though which is a university degree


 

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