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    Red face Any registered nurses out there?

    I am a registered nurse with heaps if experience and was wondering if there are any work from home jobs can be done as an RN? I've never heard of any but I really do not want to have to go back to working, childcare etc, etc.

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    I am not a RN sorry so I don't know if this is a viable solution but could you tutor uni students?

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    Nurse on call in Vic you can work from home...

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    Hi I'm an RN too and the only job I've heard another RN doing from home home was a chronic disease management programme where she called patients. I think that it may have been through a private health fund.


 

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