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- Dec 6, '12 by akulahawkOverall, this is a GREAT site. There's one minor issue that should be corrected, but otherwise, I have found that I keep returning to this site for information, share what I know, and laughs! I plan on being active on here for a long time. This is my online nursing home, so to speak.
Thanks for putting this site together!
- Dec 7, '12 by BabygirlRn75I like the site and discussions, I just don't like how you can't send personal messages right away.
- Dec 9, '12 by sadiem007So far so good. I like this site, it gives good info.
- Dec 9, '12 by TanyaCrumI find this site to be extremely useful. The members are great when it comes to responding quickly and answering most of the questions asked.
- Dec 9, '12 by traumaRUs@babygirlrn75 - the reason you have to have 15 post is that otherwise you will be bombarded with spam from those that join just to solicit.
- Dec 9, '12 by VivaLasViejasI've been here just over 10 years, and seen Allnurses go through a lot of changes. I was a moderator for almost six years and remember how we struggled sometimes to find the right balance between being too laid-back and too strict; now it's a non-issue---the expectations are very clear and the TOS enforced across the board. Speaking as both a Guide and a member, I'm very pleased with the way the current staff handle things. This is a big board that takes a LOT of maintenance, yet they manage it with relatively few people and the site is first class in every way. I don't know of any other nursing website that can match us in membership or reputation. Three cheers for AN!
- Dec 10, '12 by mydreamlornaThis site is very informative regarding nursing, CNA etc.. Looking forward to taking my CNA and also I have a date for the LPN entry test. All the best to everyone!!!
- Dec 15, '12 by the healer's artI think there should be a forum for issues and topics concerning accelerated programs. There are a lot of things that are different for accelerated programs vs regular programs. Like how to study or having a job during such a program or even scholarships for those programs, finding jobs, etc. I think it would eliminate a lot of repeat threads in the different state forums...