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By EricJRN

Joined Nov 25, '05 - from 'Texas'. EricJRN is a Nurse Educator. He has '8' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'NICU (Staff Development)'. Posts: 8,700 (11% Liked) Likes: 1,630

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  1. Bala Shark, It gets really tricky when we try to nail down particular questions as easy or hard. There are many factors...
    jiwonkim89
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  2. I think it's all relative. Anyone in any position could find themselves regretting having not done more. I once worked with...
    NurseKellyKMo
    Forum: Pre-Nursing Student
  3. For many nursing students or new grads in nursing, it's hard for them to imagine what their careers might be like in a few...
    kj954
    Forum: Nursing Career Advice
  4. Nope, generally not. My hospital pays according to experience/placement on the career ladder and there's not much room for...
    emtb2rn
    Forum: Men in Nursing
  5. A lot of times the roots are taken from Greek or Latin. It's not a bad idea to become familiar with the most common ones....
    loriangel14
    Forum: CNA/MA - Nursing / Medical Assistant
  6. I think it's all relative. Anyone in any position could find themselves regretting having not done more. I once worked with...
    Girlafraid13
    Forum: Pre-Nursing Student
  7. Nope, generally not. My hospital pays according to experience/placement on the career ladder and there's not much room for...
    psu_213
    Forum: Men in Nursing
  8. Nope, generally not. My hospital pays according to experience/placement on the career ladder and there's not much room for...
    chare
    Forum: Men in Nursing
  9. I look at resumes pretty regularly, though not in an ER/trauma setting. What I would definitely include: - Your...
    chare
    Forum: Nursing Resume Help
  10. Usually in coarc you have a gradient (big difference) between the pressure/perfusion of the upper body versus that of the...
    AmyRN303
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  11. Good advice above. A lot of med references will bold or italicize life-threatening or very common adverse effects so that...
    RN403
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  12. Good advice above. A lot of med references will bold or italicize life-threatening or very common adverse effects so that...
    RunBabyRN
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  13. Good advice above. A lot of med references will bold or italicize life-threatening or very common adverse effects so that...
    marvelmom
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  14. Usually in coarc you have a gradient (big difference) between the pressure/perfusion of the upper body versus that of the...
    Bluebell.
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  15. Usually in coarc you have a gradient (big difference) between the pressure/perfusion of the upper body versus that of the...
    spooner2014
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  16. Good advice above. A lot of med references will bold or italicize life-threatening or very common adverse effects so that...
    hkqueenx3
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  17. EC grads, Post your year of graduation and your specialty/specialties. I'll go first: I've been a Level II/III...
    WanttobeRN2016
    Forum: Excelsior College Online Nursing
  18. Another vote for volunteering at a local hospital. That was some of the earliest and most valuable hospital experience that...
    Tkay123
    Forum: Pre-Nursing Student
  19. Yep - LBW is strictly based on weight, regardless of the baby's gestational age.
    TheCommuter
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  20. Yep - LBW is strictly based on weight, regardless of the baby's gestational age.
    Summer Days
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  21. Yep - LBW is strictly based on weight, regardless of the baby's gestational age.
    KelRN215
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  22. Happy moment: While your podmate is wrestling with an 8 1/2 lb kid who will not eat, your 1 kg baby (36 wkr, IUGR) takes 40...
    champagnesupeRNova
    Forum: NICU Nursing / Neonatal
  23. In regard to healthy work environments, you have to admit that if the OP gets to pee and eat every few hours at the club,...
    icuRNmaggie
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  24. From an ex-girlfriend: "What in the world do you do with four nights off every week?" :)
    vintagemother
    Forum: Nursing Humor / Share Jokes
  25. In regard to healthy work environments, you have to admit that if the OP gets to pee and eat every few hours at the club,...
    sallyrnrrt
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  26. It's interesting to me to think about what things we're doing today that will be viewed as incorrect when the 2015 or 2020...
    Carpediem1012
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  27. It's interesting to me to think about what things we're doing today that will be viewed as incorrect when the 2015 or 2020...
    KelRN215
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  28. Although the CNL role isn't something I run into in the area where I work, I can speak to a financial reason that a...
    nicolegomez
    Forum: Nurse Management
  29. Currently, at least in the US, ECMO specialists are trained and credentialed by the hospitals that they work for. I know...
    damrcngrl95
    Forum: Pulmonary Nursing
  30. I'm an Excelsior grad and had a very good experience. Right out of school I landed a job in my first choice specialty, a...
    jeannie413
    Forum: New York Nursing
  31. EC grads, Post your year of graduation and your specialty/specialties. I'll go first: I've been a Level II/III...
    jeannie413
    Forum: Excelsior College Online Nursing
  32. EC grads, Post your year of graduation and your specialty/specialties. I'll go first: I've been a Level II/III...
    EverstCalvin
    Forum: Excelsior College Online Nursing
  33. Lots and lots of weird combinations of cardiac defects in our NICU. Recently we had a kiddo with at least six pulmonary...
    DeLanaHarvickWannabe
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  34. Hey man - I'm way behind, much less active here these days, but I always enjoyed your perspectives on the forum. I'm...
    Bortaz, RN
    Forum: NICU Nursing / Neonatal
  35. EC grads, Post your year of graduation and your specialty/specialties. I'll go first: I've been a Level II/III...
    NRSKarenRN
    Forum: Excelsior College Online Nursing
  36. Delayed drowning (secondary drowning) and dry drowning (laryngospasm during immersion in water) are separate issues. The two...
    JustBeachyNurse
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  37. Did they give you any more specifics than that? Without much more information or maybe an example, I'm left to wonder...
    Davey Do
    Forum: Men in Nursing
  38. It's a little staggering: This type of news (though not usually freezing a patient to death) comes up more than we'd like to...
    Esme12
    Forum: Nursing News
  39. The AAP eStore has the eBook available for purchase and download. ...
    JustBeachyNurse
    Forum: Pediatric Nursing
  40. Good luck in Spring II, guys!
    akanini
    Forum: Excelsior College Online Nursing
  41. Yes, there are little yellow caps on both the medication ampule and the injector device. You flick off both of those caps...
    CSUSM10
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  42. It sounds like there's really no quick fix for these issues, but I'm really sorry for everything you're going through right...
    poppycat
    Forum: Health / Stress Management 101
  43. It sounds like there's really no quick fix for these issues, but I'm really sorry for everything you're going through right...
    LadyFree28
    Forum: Health / Stress Management 101
  44. Thanks! I've been talking about it for a long time and just decided to do it.
    Pixie.RN
    Forum: Excelsior College Online Nursing
  45. It sounds like there's really no quick fix for these issues, but I'm really sorry for everything you're going through right...
    VivaLasViejas
    Forum: Health / Stress Management 101
  46. Great job on these articles, Lisa! I've been inactive here for a long time and hadn't seen those. It's really hard to...
    Pixie.RN
    Forum: Excelsior College Online Nursing
  47. EC grads, Post your year of graduation and your specialty/specialties. I'll go first: I've been a Level II/III...
    phengro
    Forum: Excelsior College Online Nursing
  48. EC grads, Post your year of graduation and your specialty/specialties. I'll go first: I've been a Level II/III...
    PurpleViolet
    Forum: Excelsior College Online Nursing
  49. Lots and lots of weird combinations of cardiac defects in our NICU. Recently we had a kiddo with at least six pulmonary...
    NF_eyenurse
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion


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