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You could say my senior year of college was not a typical one, but it was one of the most exciting and rewarding years of my life. I got married, graduated, passed my nursing boards, and moved to Japan! Moving here shortly after graduating prevented me from having the experience required to be qualified for any of the few nursing positions available. Luckily, I began the process of becoming a Red Cross volunteer soon after arriving. I was quickly welcomed by the Red Cross staff.
They were so incredibly helpful to me during the process of getting into the clinic. I was welcomed by the amazing staff and was quickly put to work in the Family Practice answering telephone consults, giving injections, medication refills, and many other tasks.
After a few months, I was able to join the Acute Care Center urgent care where I give more hands-on patient care. For now, this is as close as I can get to my emergency room nurse passion.
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I had and still have a passion for the Emergency Room and Labor and Delivery. Although I feel a part of the medical team now, I still have hope I can one day become an employed nurse at the clinic. Akavi's family said they miss her and are proud of the work to which she's dedicated her life.
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