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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   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from 318LPN95
    Hi, Zoeboboey, I accidentally picked the wrong smiley face. I did not have my bifocals on.(smile).

    Ha ha ha!

    Well I NEVER make mistakes - you're only allowed ONE on this board so I guess you're out of luck! :chuckle

    Just teasing you - it was good for a chuckle and not much is more valuable than a chuckle!
  2. by   Shaggydooo
    Hello all! I am not exactly new here. I used to post here as Jaaaman. I am a Christian and have been a LVN for over 3 years now. My name is Jason. I am married with no children. I live in North Texas.
    My wife and I attend a baptist church, but we have missed a lot of Sundays as of late. I am going to try to change this and get back into going to church, as I feel this has really effected me spiritually.

    Greetings to all of you!
  3. by   miarama
    This looks like a great site. Thank you for the welcome.
  4. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Welcome Shaggydooo and miarama ! Hope you guys enjoy the site! xo
  5. by   vixn
    Quote from zoeboboey
    Hi there, welcome to the board! 3 year Bachelor of nursing, are you saying that is all prerequisites?

    Good luck to you!
    There's no pre-requisites for the degree... it leads to registration as an RN. The course is a killer, though *lol*
  6. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from vixn
    There's no pre-requisites for the degree... it leads to registration as an RN. The course is a killer, though *lol*

    My 3 year diploma program didn't have prerequisites either - but that was 24 years ago.

    I wasn't aware that there were any without prereqs anymore!
  7. by   futureRN25
    Quote from zoeboboey
    30 month straight? or no?

    Good luck to you!
    Hey, sorry for replying back so late. Yes, my program is 30 months straight for the first year and the next two years I will have a break in the winter and summer.
    Thanks
  8. by   futureRN25
    Hey guys question... Should I do anything to get myself prepared for the fall semester or just relax and enjoy the summer while it last?
  9. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from futureRN25
    Hey, sorry for replying back so late. Yes, my program is 30 months straight for the first year and the next two years I will have a break in the winter and summer.
    Thanks

    Holy Toledo that sounds brutal!

    Well check in with us now and then, let us know how you are doing!

    xo
  10. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from futureRN25
    Hey guys question... Should I do anything to get myself prepared for the fall semester or just relax and enjoy the summer while it last?

    I would say enjoy it!

    I wonder though if there are "cue cards" or drug cards available so you could be familiar with the basic drugs used. Drugs always gave me the biggest headache since there were so many!
  11. by   greenmaleRN
    Just graduated, just got hired, just signed up, just had a child, just ready to move to the next level. I would like to say hi, "HI". I'm a thirty two yr old new RN grad. I've been hired into the ER of a fairly large hosp, even though I was told to do a yr or > on the floor. I have to say that I'm a little nervous about the whole ER thing...being so green and all. Advice on this matter would be cool. I do plan to float (cross train) to med surg once I gain some experience in the ER, I think it will help with my future plans of travel nursing (toughts on this would be cool also). Well, a hardy hello and salutations to all those out there, hope to hear from each and every one of you :chuckle
  12. by   amy2951
    Hi everyone, I went back to school for my BS in Health Care Management after 30 years in nursing!, and I will graduate in January. Thanks, for the warm welcome.

    Quote from zoeboboey
    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 just wanted to say hey, how are you, and I hope you have a good experience!

    I'm 46, an RN trained in a diploma school in Maine (1981). I've done all kinds of nursing, my favorite being geriatrics, with Chemical Dependency a close second.

    I currently live in Maine, have a 17 year old son (who is just beginning driver ed, ugh!). I'm a Born Again Christian (3 years) but have to say that I am not one of those thumpers, LOL! How that happened is a long strange trip, I started out Catholic, tried all kinds of religion, no religion, etc. Then I ended up in AA (1985). I learned so much about tolerance, and the fact that God works miracles in EVERYONE's life, not just the "special" (wink) people.

    So along with being sober I've also had to deal with my mental health issues, depression/bipolar, anxiety, oh fun fun...

    SO - feel free to say hi, in this thread or through a private note! Happy you are here, lots of wonderful people! God bless! :hatparty:

    Feel free to post on this thread, and if I see you "around" I will say hello!
  13. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from greenmaleRN
    Just graduated, just got hired, just signed up, just had a child, just ready to move to the next level. I would like to say hi, "HI". I'm a thirty two yr old new RN grad. I've been hired into the ER of a fairly large hosp, even though I was told to do a yr or > on the floor. I have to say that I'm a little nervous about the whole ER thing...being so green and all. Advice on this matter would be cool. I do plan to float (cross train) to med surg once I gain some experience in the ER, I think it will help with my future plans of travel nursing (toughts on this would be cool also). Well, a hardy hello and salutations to all those out there, hope to hear from each and every one of you :chuckle

    Hey man, welcome! Hope it goes well for you!

    I have no opinion since I have never worked er, but I would be nervous to go there green. (or ANY color hee hee). I like the sounds of your plans and stuff - travel and etc. Congrats on all your new changes, I hope you give yourself a chance to BREATHE!

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