Rachael_Steve27
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Hi

I have made my mind up about what type of nursing to do which is children's nursing. I want to progress in this role and become a health visitor or a practice nurse. Can children nurses become a practice nurse? I read that they can however someone told me only adult nurses can. Also I am wondering if they can because they will mainly see adults.

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you can study to become a health visitor. get your degree learn the job there used to be a minimum of2 years experience. and then do the SCPHN - HV degree or masters. good luck if its what you really want to do it.
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