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- by kittypusskins Jul 12, '12I am very new to this site. After having a quick look, i realise that lots of threads are American. Is those a suitable site for English nurses?
- Jul 12, '12 by SparrowhawkWHy wouldn't it be? There's several British and European andAustralian nurses here..plus Asia Welcome.
- Jul 13, '12 by canned_breadIt is primarily American (and I sometimes have to google to find out what some abbreviations mean!), but I am from Australia and have found my way around! If you look up the top of the screen there is a "world" button where you can post in your country and find posts about your country.
- Jul 13, '12 by classicdameglad to have you on board!---from a Texan (another word for American (tsk))
- Jul 13, '12 by Esme12Welcome to AN! The largest online nursing community!
We have plenty of international nurses on AN that post everywhere......I have to Google some things as well but when I see "brilliant" or "Theater" I know it's someone from England. You would be surprised how many things we all have in common.
- Jul 13, '12 by Pepper The CatI'm Canadian and love this site!We may from different countries but a lot of the problems we face are universal.I find the differences also interesting.
- Jul 13, '12 by nursefrancesWelcome to the site. I am from Southern California. I love talking with nurses from all over the world. That is part of the fun. In the breakroom of this site I speak with people from America, Australia and South Africa. It is interesting to learn about different cultures and hear different words such as tea instead of dinner from my Australian friend. Hope to see you around here on allnurses.Last edit by nursefrances on Jul 14, '12