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If you have a minute, I need some input from other nurses. I am building a website which is focused on the educational requirements and the career opportunities in nursing. If you would just take a... Read More

  1. by   Brownms46
    Originally posted by Level2Trauma
    I appreciate all the suggestions and help. I have since renamed my pics and re-uploaded them. Someone please let me know if this works. If not, I will just have to try something else (LOL).
    You Got PICS NOW...Great job!
  2. by   Level2Trauma
    Thank GOD and the WONDERFUL PEOPLE at ALL NURSES. WE DID IT. Thanks for all of yall's (from the south) support, suggestions, and troubleshooting skills. Appreciate it.
  3. by   shygirl
    Loved the music, very inviting. Pics loaded fine for me. Friends site cute, esp. the "jigs"
  4. by   Level2Trauma
    If I had her talent, I would leave nursing (LOL).
  5. by   paramedic52
    I think your web site is great! Since I'm not a nurse yet, I found the information you have given very helpful. It answered a lot of my questions. As a matter of fact, I have bookmarked it! Great Work!
  6. by   Level2Trauma
    Thanks, Paramedic52.
  7. by   sasseynurse
    A very well done site! You mentioned "thanks to Pam" --but when I tried to view her "Grannie" site-it took me to "Sorry we moved" and no links to her site.

    All in all-very good job! Thanks for the LPN description. It's very accurate, because that's what I do in a nursing home setting.

    SasseyNurse@webtv.net
  8. by   Level2Trauma
    It must have been some type of error, when I revisited and clicked on her link I was directed to her site. Others have also commented that they were able to view the site. Thanks for the comments.
  9. by   l.rae
    I've been considering some online courses for ADN - BSN. Info on these would be helpful. I did't have time to lood around as much as I wanted, I intend to visit again when I'm not in a hurry....Liked what I saw..GOod Luck LR
  10. by   cbs3143
    Excellent idea Level2Trauma. I think that the reference to LPNs as being Diploma nurses is in error though. I graduated from a three year Diploma 20 some years ago before it went "Tango Uniform" and I graduated as an RN. Most Diploma schools are now closed, but are/were RN producing programs. Not that I have all of the answers, but I've never heard a Diploma program used in reference to LPNs, only RNs. Best of luck with the website, it looks very professional.

    Chuck
  11. by   cbs3143
    Excellent idea Level2Trauma. I think that the reference to LPNs as being Diploma nurses is in error though. I graduated from a three year Diploma Program 20 some years ago before it went "Tango Uniform" and I graduated as an RN. Most Diploma schools are now closed, but are/were RN producing programs. Not that I have all of the answers, but I've never heard a Diploma program used in reference to LPNs, only RNs. Best of luck with the website, it looks very professional.

    Chuck
  12. by   Level2Trauma
    You are so right. I have already made corrections to the site before hand. Instead of a diploma, it is a certificate of graduation. Thanks for your input and advise. Keep it coming.
  13. by   Level2Trauma
    Lrae,
    I have added more information on continuing education (online courses) even for an ADN degree and professional organizations as well.

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