Discuss: allnurses.com is turning 10 years old soon! what should we do? - page 8
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- 0Mar 13, '06 by Marie_LPN, RNI don't know if it's possible, but it would be really nice to have a menu (on the side or on the top) titled "My favorite forums", or something like that.
Just go to the forum you want, click on "Forum Tools" then "Subscribe to Forum". Do that with all the forums you want to visit, then go to User CP, and the forums you subscribe to should be listed.
It's a great way to filter out forums that you don't want to see.
- 0Mar 14, '06 by ravenly2kReiscuss:allnurses.com is turning 10 years old soon! what should we do?
I think the site should not be based on qualified nurses alone but incoming nurses. I also suggest that members should be given sites to find informations that will be beneficial to their career. That is, site to study for free to members who can't afford online studies.
- 0Mar 14, '06 by docpsychrnhello!! i haven't been on here very long but i absolutely love this site. i really would like to have the t-shirts! there is nothing cooler than being able to wear something that tells the whole world that i am a nurse and that i belong to a community such as this one. the special premiums for membership is also an awesome idea being as i just found out about this new feature...lol. i would also like to be able to buy bumper stickers for my car that in some way gives credit to allnurses.com; maybe even window cling ons'?
"always treat others as you would want to be treated"
- 0Mar 14, '06 by wilbur's momHi!
Keep up the good work, nurses must be strong together to advocate for ourselves, and our patients. This forum is such a positive way for us to do this. I like the idea of e-coupons, too. And, as an LPN Instructor, I so appreciate the LPN/RN connections this site provides. We are all nurses, regardless of the years of our formal training. When our patients put on their call light, they don't care what nursing degree we hold, they ask..... are you my nurse?