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    I'm considering to apply for mental health course. Is it WORTH more than a regular Adult nurse, or what the DIFFERENCE?(Not in terms of salary, but conditions, activities and satisfaction)

    Basically id like to know a TYPICAL DAY of mental nurse worker What do you do?how many hours? Is it flexible, can it be part time?
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    (Original post by Chazeyourself)
    I'm considering to apply for mental health course. Is it WORTH more than a regular Adult nurse, or what the DIFFERENCE?(Not in terms of salary, but conditions, activities and satisfaction)

    Basically id like to know a TYPICAL DAY of mental nurse worker What do you do?how many hours? Is it flexible, can it be part time?
    Qualifying as a mental health nurse is equivalent to other nursing qualifications. You need to research what the job is about yourself - there's plenty of information out there. AFAIK there aren't any part-time courses leading to qualification, but once qualified part-time jobs are often available.
 
 
 
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