The problem with nursing - page 2
I share some of the same concerns as was posted earlier by another poster. I check in here infrequently because of lack of post, and although I started checking this site with some enthusiasm that... Read More
1Jan 28, '12 by IndianaHHIts encouraging to see other nurses becoming self employed. I received the "involuntarily termination" notice last Thursday. Central Office has been chopping piece by piece death of the office for 3 yrs., as of Feb 10, there will be only 2 nurses employed by this company. It wont last long.
I've my HTI-PA, working on becoming certified ASAP. I've witnessed other nurses leaving the headaches of too many patients, not enough staff, insulting pay to grow as healers. I intend to be one of those.
The healthcare is not care, its systematic deathcare. I wont be a part of it any longer
Good luck on your new path. Perhaps we'll cross trails at the Denver HT Conference.
1Jan 28, '12 by tothepointeLVNThe last few months I've been building the small business I had on the back burner while I became a nurse. It's not nursing related but I've gotten it to the point again where I don't have to worry how many hours I'm going to get in a week. I have long term nursing plans but need money to afford tuition.