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  1. Hi there
    I have just found this site and am trying my hardest to get familiar with it. I am not very good on computers. When i trained as an enrolled nurse about 20 yrs ago, we didnt have them as freely available as they are now. I now work in Training. I train care staff in Skills for Care Inductions. I travel the country of England doing this, and have done for the past 9 yrs. I love my job, but like many of the 'old school' nurses i have a bad back, because of all the lifting i did, all those yrs ago.
    Last edit by juliette on Nov 7, '05
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  3. by   sirI
    Quote from juliette
    hi there
    i have just found this site and am trying my hardest to get familiar with it. i am not very good on computers. when i trained as an enrolled nurse about 20 yrs ago, we didnt have them as freely available as they are now. i now work in training. i train care staff in skills for care inductions. i travel the country of england doing this, and have done for the past 9 yrs. i love my job, but like many of the 'old school' nurses i have a bad back, because of all the lifting i did, all those yrs ago.
    and welcome to allnurses.com

    great to have you with us. what is "skills for care inductions"? enjoy the forums.
  4. by   juliette
    Ta for getting back
    Skills for Care Induction is are the new standards set out by the National Care Standards for new care staff to achieve if they are to work on the community caring for individuals that live in their own homes.
    Hope this info helps!
    Do you know the answer to the question i posted about the lemon glycerin swabs and why they no longer use them?
  5. by   sirI
    Quote from juliette
    Ta for getting back
    Skills for Care Induction is are the new standards set out by the National Care Standards for new care staff to achieve if they are to work on the community caring for individuals that live in their own homes.
    Hope this info helps!
    Do you know the answer to the question i posted about the lemon glycerin swabs and why they no longer use them?
    I see. Thanks for the explanation, juliette. About, the swabs. They were determined to be conducive to tooth decay.
  6. by   juliette
    Thanks very much for the info this is a great site but i must get on with some work now or i will get fired hope to speak to you soon.
    Juliettex :icon_hug:
  7. by   sirI
    Quote from juliette
    thanks very much for the info this is a great site but i must get on with some work now or i will get fired hope to speak to you soon.
    juliettex :icon_hug:
    yes, you will need to learn to play a little at allnurses.com a little bit at a time. it is most addictive.

    don't work too hard and come back when you can.
    Last edit by sirI on Nov 7, '05
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  9. by   Jessy_RN
    welcome to the site. enjoy your stay and best wishes to you.

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