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Hey, welcome to the site! I really feel bad when I see all the threads from new people introducing themselves. There's just NO WAY that I could stop and post to each and every one of you! So I... Read More

  1. by   SWEET_AS_CANDY_62
    HELLO! New to allnurses.com. I found the site yesterday. I am currently enrolled in pre-nursing courses, to start nursing courses fall of 2006. I will have all my sciences and gen ed courses done by fall!! I CANT WAIT!

    I am a 42yo single mom, who finally decided it was time for ME...to do what I have wanted to do all my life..be an RN.

    I have worked in the health care field all of my life, started as CNA in LTC and acute care and now work outpatient Primary, Specialty clinic.

    Sandy
  2. by   matt123
    I graduated from a diploma RN program, worked in ICU, obtained a BS degree while working and graduated from a Nurse Anesthetist program. I worked a number of years then returned to ICU (high incident of miscarraiges in the OR). I worked with iur first 2 children and took time off to raise our 3rd child and spend time with all of them. I am currently in a RN Refresher Program. I am disappointed that the instructor can not find a clinical spot for 25% of our class!:angryfire
  3. by   Breezyone
    Hi, I'm Bre. I've been an RN since 1997 and mostly worked in the homecare field and recently went back into med/surg. After working med/surg for several months and not liking hopital politics at all, I have decided to go into travel nursing. I homeschool my 3 boys, so no problem taking them on the road. I have a good friend that is going to do travel nursing with me. It seems much less scary traveling with a friend. Can't wait to get on the road!
  4. by   sarmedic70
    Hi everybody. Yes, I am new here.I have read the many postings over the past several months but am just now registered. I am an Excelsior Nursing Student from Utah .......waiting for my date for the Clinical Performance in Nursing Examination (CPNE). There are several of us in our local study group that are ready for this CPNE of whom 2 just received a date for February. At any rate, looking forward to reading and receiving other posts from other Excelsior student nurses, and hopefully "talking" to others in the program who are in Utah. We also have a student nursing association for Excelsior student nurses as well here, so hopefully will be hearing from those who want more information to be part of the study group and association. Looking forward to hearing from others...........

    mudskipper1
  5. by   mustanggirl
    Hi! Well I've finally registered, I have been visiting this website for many years now, but have finally registered. I am an RN in the PACU, working in med/surg and LTC before that.
  6. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from anikainnj
    Hi all!

    Just join the site today. I am 30 yrs. old and is currently switching careers. I will be starting nursing school in the fall. I have some college credits and is actually going into ADN program with plans to continue on for a BSN and eventually a Masters degree. Does anyone have any advice to offer as to what to expected in nursing school and in the field in general.

    thanks

    Hi Ani!

    Try the nursing student forums at http://allnurses.com/forums/f196/

    You may also find a lot of second career nurses at

    http://allnurses.com/forums/f196/
  7. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from gabbi
    hello everyone! i joined a few months ago but i never really got the chance to say hi to all of you. i'm 33 y/o, single, F, an RN in the philippines, curently reviewing for the nclex. i plan to work in the US in the near future to join my family there. i hope my waiting won't be that long.
    thanks for this forum! it's really a big help! =)
    Hi you, welcome to the board! There is an international nurses forum that might help you if you click on the link below. Take care!

    http://allnurses.com/forums/f75/
  8. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from sierra&thomas_mom
    Hello everyone
    I am currently completeing my 135 hours with my preceptor and of course studying for boards to become an LPN. My official graduation date is set for the 16 of December. I have a 14 month old son and a 2 and a half year old daughter. It gets kind of crazy trying to study with two little ones running around, but I have made it this far.

    I don't know how you do it! Good luck to you!
  9. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from bmmagic
    Hello! I'm a new user posting for the 1st time. A fellow student (not sure of user ID) informed me about this site. From the posts I've read, she was right -- this site is awesome.

    I'm 34 years old (male) and next month will make 17 years of marriage. No children, but we have two dogs. I was previously in electronics and computers, but finally decided that healthcare was more suited for me. With only just over a year left on my GI BILL, I deciced to become an RN. My mother and grandmother were both LVN's and my late M-I-L was an RN, so I'll continue the tradition, but as the 1st male in the family to do so.

    I'm currently in my 3rd semester of the ADN program in Casper, Wyoming. I started pre-nursing in the summer of 2003 and was accepted into the ADN program in the spring of 2004. I'm currently in the telemetry rotation and I'm LOVING IT. My only other healthcare experience was working at Baxter's Biolife Plasma Donation Center during my 1st two semesters as a medical historian (fingersticks for hematocrits and stuff like that). I'm currently working part-time at Sam's Club in the produce department. Very low stress and the same pay as Biolife. I found this works much, much better for studying. After work, which is pretty brainless, my mind is ready to absorb information.

    I look forward to being an active member of this site and hope to learn a lot and hopefully to contribute my limited experience to others.

    Welcome to the site - and to the legacy!
  10. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from Shawnese9
    I am new to this site. I am one month of completeing my LVN course and am ready to work and move up in my career. I hope and look forward to having happy trails and continue my education to become an RN.

    Welcome Shawnese!
  11. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from kpwlj
    HI How are you
    I am a second year student nurse who should be doing her assignments instead of writing here
    I am from australia

    It's all the computer's fault

    hee hee
  12. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from inspiringNURSE
    hey, everyone! how you all doing?! this website is so cool. i hope it can help me with nursing. anyway, i'm 19 male and i just started nursing school. no kids and don't want any for the next 10 years. right now i'm planning to get my bacherlor's and move on to get my master's and become an anesthetist, God willing. So i hope you guys can give me some advice because i really need some. that's actually the reason how i found this website because i was desparate in finding out why i'm struggling in the fundamentals of nursing. Who has a hard time in the fundamentals of anything?!? so i will be posting up a lot of comments. feel free to insult me, criticize me, or brag about your degree...anything just as long as you give me some advice. :chuckle
    I think this thread on careers might help you! Meanwhile, smell the roses, mate!

    http://allnurses.com/forums/f87/


    addendum: found another thread that you might like, for nurse anesthetists!

    http://allnurses.com/forums/f16/

    Good luck!
    Last edit by Liddle Noodnik on Nov 23, '05
  13. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from rrsmith
    Hey to All!
    Per the site request I am posting a "how y'all". This reminds me of the online school I attended for my grad degree. Feels like a deliverable:chuckle.

    "Deliverable" eh? I assume that is like an assignment or something?

    enjoy!

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