Experienced Nurses Only - page 11

No replies from students please! Nurses, are you frustrated with trying to read theses forums only to find that most of the posts are from students or nurse wanna-be's looking for medical advice?... Read More

  1. by   texas_lvn
    Quote from traumaRUs
    Many times in life its all in how its presented. My sister is the charmer of the land. She can tell people to go climb a tree and they thank her for the suggestion. I on the other hand, am pretty blunt. So...I agree with Tweety that sometimes we have to be very careful about what we are saying...it can sometimes come back to bit us.

    BTW has the OP been back???

    Agree with both this and Tweety. Also, where is the OP?? Sounds like someone who likes to start fires but is unwilling to put them out.
  2. by   gauge14iv
    Im thinking the OP is someone who HAS been around awhile but logged in under a new name at a friends house or from some other location...
  3. by   angel5
    Blass yur hart. Whut did a NURSIN Stoodent do to ye anyway? It luks 2 me lak you oubviously hav sum underlying issues with nu stoodents! :kiss
  4. by   brendamyheart
    Quote from mom2bears
    HMMMM! Breaking the rules here student nurse butting in. As student nurses we don't ask for medical advice we often ask relevent questions to get a feel for what it is like when we do get out "there". I'm not asking "hey I have a big boil on my butt what should I do?" I am asking for honest advice or guidance or because of honest curiosity not because I am a lowly student wiff pour grammer!!
    Amen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  5. by   Tweety
    BTW, asking medical advice is not permitted and those threads always get closed down. It's definately not the students and inexperienced nurses asking these questions, but sometimes a nurse who doesn't have experience in the field she/he is asking the question about. This is more often the case.
  6. by   brendamyheart
    Quote from ruby vee
    i have to say that i'm absolutely amazed at how threatened some folks seem to be by the idea that experienced nurses might want their own forum. as far as i can see, the original poster didn't say anything offensive, but i'm offended by some of the subsequent posts on this thread attacking both the op and anyone who agreed with her. i just don't understand. what is so very threatening about the idea of experienced nurses venting to one another?
    ok. what is your definition of a experienced nurse? np, bsn, adn, lvn or joe blow from idaho????????????
  7. by   txspadequeenRN
    This is my main problem with the whole idea of this.. The Op has already made this point... "Practicing RN's".


    Quote from brendamyheart
    OK. What is your definition of a experienced nurse? NP, BSN, ADN, LVN or Joe Blow from Idaho????????????
  8. by   Marie_LPN, RN
    Quote from ruby vee
    i have to say that i'm absolutely amazed at how threatened some folks seem to be by the idea that experienced nurses might want their own forum. as far as i can see, the original poster didn't say anything offensive, but i'm offended by some of the subsequent posts on this thread attacking both the op and anyone who agreed with her.
    i wasn't threatened. i took issue with the holier-than-thou-ness of the op's posting, not to mention her idea of an experienced 'nurses' forum being only for "practicing rns". that's offensive.

    now a separate rn forum? i see nothing wrong with that. there's already an lpn and a cna forum.
  9. by   Marie_LPN, RN
    Quote from SMK1
    As for why it was offensive to some, The OP has been a member here for all of 7 days and creates a thread that insinuates that all of the grammatical errors on allnurses must be made by students, who by the way are only "wanna-bes" and how tiresome it is to wade through all of our obviously worthless posts. Also has the nerve to try to stipulate who can reply to her thread. Then this person went on to explain that "experienced nurses" were RN's and the forum should be made for "experienced RNs only". Yep offensive to students and LPNs.
    This, too.
  10. by   sirI
    The OP has no intention of returning as evidenced by her post (#20).

    Requests for new forums are always considered by administrative staff.

    Thread has now run it's course.

    Respectfully closed.

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