Hello! I am a nursing student and new to the board.

  1. hello everyone. this is my first semester in nursing school in tn and boy is it hard! pharmacology just about got me but i am still hanging in. i cannot wait to become a nurse but i have to admit that i am not looking forward to the fact that understaffing is a problem. hopefully things will work out, lord willing . michelle
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  3. by   Jessy_RN
    welcome to the site. enjoy your stay and best wishes to you.
  4. by   suebird3
    Quote from nursing2007
    hello everyone. this is my first semester in nursing school in tn and boy is it hard! pharmacology just about got me but i am still hanging in. i cannot wait to become a nurse but i have to admit that i am not looking forward to the fact that understaffing is a problem. hopefully things will work out, lord willing . michelle
    hi, and welcome to allnurse.com! check out the tn state forum at: http://allnurses.com/forums/f174/

    suebird
  5. by   TitterTitter!
    hello!
    I am also a student nurse. I am in dundee (Scotland).Loving being on the ward but i can only agree that some theory is tough.Hope you are enjoying this site. I am new to it aswell. bye for now.
  6. by   FoxyRoxy21
    hey there!!!!! hope you enjoy it here!!!!
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  8. by   sirI
    Quote from nursing2007
    hello everyone. this is my first semester in nursing school in tn and boy is it hard! pharmacology just about got me but i am still hanging in. i cannot wait to become a nurse but i have to admit that i am not looking forward to the fact that understaffing is a problem. hopefully things will work out, lord willing . michelle
    hello and to allnurses.com

    it is wonderful to have you with us. enjoy the forums.
  9. by   Thunderwolf

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