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sair_86

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Tue Sep 16, 2014 2:09 pm

Hi everyone.

My fiancee just got offered a good transfer with his work to California. His company will get me a visa and I'll be able to work there but I need to find out about getting registered there. After doing some research over the weekend it seems like a difficult task for Aussies to obtain a Californian nursing registration. I'm particularly concerned about the requirements they have for nurses to have theoretical and practical experience/education in paediatrics and maternity (as well as mental health, but I'm hoping my studies have that part covered). I went to USQ in Queensland and didn't study much paediatrics. And I've never had anything to do with maternity. I'm really hoping someone with prior experience in making the move to California to please give me some advise on what exactly is required. Many thanks!

JustinOnsus

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Dec 24, 2015, 07:19 am

You can find all the state's requirements http://www.rnmobility.com/.  Hope it worked out for you! 

helenaparker

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Apr 19, 2016, 09:06 pm

You can also find complete details on California and other US state's RN salary, certification & licensing requirements, and training schools  on http://www.topregisterednurse.com/salary/ . I hope these information will help you when you move to California,

JustinOnsus

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Jun 10, 2016, 06:22 am

Hello, my name is Purplespider and I live in Virginia.  I believe that you could possibly need to contact your California state board and see how and what they will endorse for you as far as your nursing skills and education.  The website for the California board is here at:  http://www.rn.ca.gov  

You can also contact the business bureau in California to check on nursing jobs and companies as well.  I wish you the best.  

KinleyBrown

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Apr 05, 2018, 07:51 pm Last edited Apr 05, 2018, 07:51 pm update #3

Yes Why not, they can work there by transferring their license you can find complete details here : https://www.allnursejobdescriptions.com/

modified: Thursday 05 April 2018 7:53:42 pm - KinleyBrown

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