This site has not only given me an opportunity to share my experiences with others, but it has also been a huge help to my career path.
This site has been my #1 source of information about my profession, nurse anesthesia. Not only are there valuable postings my members here, but there are also links to helpful websites as well. I would be literally lost if I didn't know the latest nursing news, what the tough parts in Micro are, or many many other aspects of the nursing career. Thanks to all the mods and users here for the great jobs they do. I think I speak for everyone when I say it really has had an impact on our lives.:hatparty: Bravo.
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These boards have been a valuable resource all through nursing school. School can teach you facts and skills, but I think it takes thoughtful discussion with other nurses to learn what it means to be a nurse. You can get that from classmates, instructors, staff nurses in the clinical setting, and in many instances from nurses you know and/or work with, but allnurses puts you in touch with a wide range of views from nurses all over the world.
I have worked in the hospital for over two years before
going to nursing school and lots of nurses from different specialties have said, "Go to school and learn all you can, and then when you are done is when you really
learn how to be a nurse."
I am looking fwd to learning how to do that.
Last edit by brian on May 30, '05
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