Nausea on the job?? Please help! - page 2
Hi All - I am a new nursing student, just shy of two months into my program in NYC - Recently, I've learned that although I have never had an issue with the sight of blood or needle sticks in general... I apparently get... Read More
- 0Mar 1, '12 by NikkiJoThanks so much, everyone, for your comments and the likes. This forum has served as a really helpful tool for me through these bouts of self-doubt. It's so reassuring to know that I am not the stand-out and that all of these things that I am experiencing are just part of the process.
- 0Jul 31, '13 by Roo.Thank you everyone for your comments. I feel alot more confident starting uni next year!
I am starting a bachelor of paramedicine/Bachelor of Nursing (dual course) next year, and I am so anxious about starting next year-as I have a tiny weakness when it comes to the sight of blood! I have fainted many times in the past because of blood.. I really hope I can get past this!
I feel am wired to be a paramedic! so very passionate about it. I'd just hate to think that I couldn't do what I feel I've been put on this earth to do because of something I cant control!
- 0Nov 4, '13 by cocoisisHey NikkiJo,
I've been following all sorts of PBISN threads for a while. In April I was accepted into the Jan 2014 evening program. I have been trying to locate anyone who is/was in the evening program, but there doesn't seem to be many.
Anyway, I'm sure you are swamped, but I was hoping you could offer any insight into the evening program. I'm dying to speak with someone first-hand about the challenges.
Any advice would be great!
Lastly, I hope your time at PBISN has been a wonderful experience and best wishes on your upcoming graduation!