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  1. 1 Hi, new to this site, have been reading news occasionally decided to sign up. Have been RN since 1981, graduated diploma program St Louis Municipal School of Nursing,(if you went there, please say hello!) worked for 10 years at Barnes Hospital. I moved to San Francisco in 1990, worked on AIDS ward at San Francisco General for 3 1/2 yr., and then moved to Dept of Social Services where I've worked for IHSS as a nurse consultant and case manager of complicated cases for the last 12 years. Have 5 years till I can retire from city employment and look forward to working in hospice which is my true nursing passion. Joellen
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    About JoellenSTL-SF

    From 'San Francisco'; 58 Years Old; Joined Feb '05; Posts: 1; Likes: 1.

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  3. Visit  payday profile page
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    Hello, glad you joined!
  4. Visit  LifePakDC profile page
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    Heya,

    I'm a 26 year old nursing student right outside Washington, DC. I was originally a criminal justice major and I switched after getting my First Responder certification. I'm planning to get my EMT-B certification over the summer. So far I love what I'm doing...even though I'm still only in my first semester. This site is so cool though, I don't feel nearly as isolated in my feelings of being over-whelmed now as I did before.
  5. Visit  Marie_LPN, RN profile page
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    Welcome to All Nurses
  6. Visit  Thunderwolf profile page
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    Welcome!!!
  7. Visit  mkroe profile page
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    Quote from JoellenSTL-SF
    Hi, new to this site, have been reading news occasionally decided to sign up. Have been RN since 1981, graduated diploma program St Louis Municipal School of Nursing,(if you went there, please say hello!) worked for 10 years at Barnes Hospital. I moved to San Francisco in 1990, worked on AIDS ward at San Francisco General for 3 1/2 yr., and then moved to Dept of Social Services where I've worked for IHSS as a nurse consultant and case manager of complicated cases for the last 12 years. Have 5 years till I can retire from city employment and look forward to working in hospice which is my true nursing passion. Joellen
    Hi, Joellen, I graduated from St.Louis Municipal School Of Nursing in 1980.I am so glad to find somebody who went to school there.You must have been the last class.I went to work at St.Anthonys for 9 years before moving to Houston.I worked in the Texas Medical Center for five years then went to work at a rural hospital.I work at Cleveland Regional in Cleveland TX where I have been for past 18 years.My true nursing passion has always been nursery since I did my OB rotation at City Hospital.Mary
  8. Visit  caliotter3 profile page
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    mkroe As you can see Joellen never came back after posting her intro thread back in 05. It would be nice if you two could get together to compare notes. Maybe you will meet someone else who went to that school.
  9. Visit  nursel56 profile page
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    I thought for a second there MarieLPN (RN) was back ! Hope mcKroe and joellen can get in touch.
  10. Visit  racegirl profile page
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    Hi,
    I am currently a school bus driver looking to change jobs,Found a school in the area I live in that I can complete in 4 weeks,central Fla,been lurking here reading posts.
  11. Visit  nursel56 profile page
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    welcome to allnurses racegirl! glad you decided to join us!!
  12. Visit  racegirl profile page
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    Thanks Nursel56 ,glad to be here,
  13. Visit  nursby50 profile page
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    Hi Everyone! I am so glad I found this site! I am a 44-year-old pre-req nursing student, married, mom to 14 y/o identical twin boys, part-time medical transcriptionist. The MT field is coming to a close with outsourcing and voice recognition and no growth potential.

    I prayed to God feverntly for about 6 months for direction and purpose in my new second career after aimlessly taking on-line classes and changing my major 10 times over the last 2 years! This past October my sister-in-law was diagnosed with stage III ovarian cancer and I became her caretaker postop for two solid weeks. My eyes were opened to my meaning and fulfillment in life - to care, to have compassion, and to love, in addition to my love for A & P. I looked out of the hospital window and in bold letters, plain as day read the words: U of M School of Nursing. My prayer has been answered. I never thought my prayer would have been answered so blatantly. I am very nervous and worried how I will juggle being a full-time student, wife and mom and hopefully holding down a part-time job for the much needed income.
  14. Visit  Stlouisnurse profile page
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    I also graduated 1980 and love in CA


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