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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: 8,681 (11% Liked) Likes: 1,594

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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. The AAP eStore has the eBook available for purchase and download. ...
    JustBeachyNurse
    Forum: Pediatric Nursing
  4. Good luck in Spring II, guys!
    akanini
    Forum: Excelsior College Online Nursing Degrees
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. Thanks! I've been talking about it for a long time and just decided to do it.
    Pixie.RN
    Forum: Excelsior College Online Nursing Degrees
  9. 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
  10. 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 Degrees
  11. 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 Degrees
  12. 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 Degrees
  13. 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
  14. Dad gum. I've had it wrong for a long time. I appreciate you pointing that out. It still sounds better my way :) but I'm...
    Esme12
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  15. I'm not sure what came over me. If we just listen to what we're told and keep independent thought to a minimum, the good...
    DeLanaHarvickWannabe
    Forum: Critical Care Nursing
  16. I don't think you need to allow yourself to be trampled, but sometimes I think it's all in the delivery. I've seen someone...
    MedChica
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  17. No. Sorry. Even with standard dress clothes, bowties can make otherwise fairly normal people look like clowns. I admire your...
    aTOMicTom
    Forum: Men in Nursing
  18. I'm not sure what came over me. If we just listen to what we're told and keep independent thought to a minimum, the good...
    StayLost
    Forum: Critical Care Nursing
  19. I'm not sure what came over me. If we just listen to what we're told and keep independent thought to a minimum, the good...
    just keep swimming
    Forum: Critical Care Nursing
  20. I'm not sure what came over me. If we just listen to what we're told and keep independent thought to a minimum, the good...
    felineRN
    Forum: Critical Care Nursing
  21. Here's a pretty good website for people who are considering nursing. It oversimplifies a few things, but it touches on some...
    Bobbyyuu
    Forum: Pre-Nursing Student
  22. EC grads, Post your year of graduation and your specialty/specialties. I'll go first: I've been a Level II/III...
    Nurseknowsit
    Forum: Excelsior College Online Nursing Degrees
  23. Congratulations on finishing nursing school and completing the NCLEX. Below are the answers to some common questions that...
    li.la.lo'13
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  24. In reality, the issue with hypoxic drive issue is usually overblown. Even placing a patient on a nonrebreather at 15 LPM for...
    turnforthenurseRN
    Forum: Medical-Surgical Nursing
  25. This is always going to be an issue that involves some judgment, interpretation, and unfortunately, some second-guessing. In...
    jtm11
    Forum: Nursing Issues On Patient Safety
  26. No. Sorry. Even with standard dress clothes, bowties can make otherwise fairly normal people look like clowns. I admire your...
    aachavez
    Forum: Men in Nursing
  27. Just adding that there are two stages (with different responses in SVR and CO) to septic shock. You'll want to look into the...
    turnforthenurseRN
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  28. In reality, the issue with hypoxic drive issue is usually overblown. Even placing a patient on a nonrebreather at 15 LPM for...
    BluegrassRN
    Forum: Medical-Surgical Nursing
  29. Ah, sorry. Didn't read carefully enough to realize that this was a case study. I hate those things.
    psu_213
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  30. In reality, the issue with hypoxic drive issue is usually overblown. Even placing a patient on a nonrebreather at 15 LPM for...
    AJJKRN
    Forum: Medical-Surgical Nursing
  31. In reality, the issue with hypoxic drive issue is usually overblown. Even placing a patient on a nonrebreather at 15 LPM for...
    WeepingAngel
    Forum: Medical-Surgical Nursing
  32. In reality, the issue with hypoxic drive issue is usually overblown. Even placing a patient on a nonrebreather at 15 LPM for...
    chare
    Forum: Medical-Surgical Nursing
  33. No. Sorry. Even with standard dress clothes, bowties can make otherwise fairly normal people look like clowns. I admire your...
    loriangel14
    Forum: Men in Nursing
  34. No. Sorry. Even with standard dress clothes, bowties can make otherwise fairly normal people look like clowns. I admire your...
    Jory
    Forum: Men in Nursing
  35. Good luck to you! Hang in there!
    vamedic4
    Forum: Excelsior College Online Nursing Degrees
  36. It's just so easy to run out of conversation material in this forum. We're still nurses, we're still dudes, and it's still...
    Davey Do
    Forum: Men in Nursing
  37. Assuming that you're trying to be reasonably discreet, I think this might fall under the umbrella of an incidental...
    Meriwhen
    Forum: HIPAA and Nursing Challenges
  38. Let us know! We would be glad to help. At five pages, you're either 1) typing in a 44 point font, or 2) including a ton of...
    Meriwhen
    Forum: Nursing Resume Help
  39. Assuming that you're trying to be reasonably discreet, I think this might fall under the umbrella of an incidental...
    chare
    Forum: HIPAA and Nursing Challenges
  40. Assuming that you're trying to be reasonably discreet, I think this might fall under the umbrella of an incidental...
    GrnTea
    Forum: HIPAA and Nursing Challenges
  41. Assuming that you're trying to be reasonably discreet, I think this might fall under the umbrella of an incidental...
    Esme12
    Forum: HIPAA and Nursing Challenges
  42. I think that there will always be a place for psychotherapy, but when we mention counselors rushing to a scene, that may be...
    SummitRN
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  43. Agree with the above. We need more about the other possibilities you considered. Also, you usually won't have an AEB with a...
    loriangel14
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  44. Everyone in your class would be correct, but us normal folks are glad to have colleagues who like that stuff. :)
    nrsang97
    Forum: Wound / Ostomy / Continence Nursing
  45. Everyone in your class would be correct, but us normal folks are glad to have colleagues who like that stuff. :)
    Vespertinas
    Forum: Wound / Ostomy / Continence Nursing
  46. Everyone in your class would be correct, but us normal folks are glad to have colleagues who like that stuff. :)
    VivaLasViejas
    Forum: Wound / Ostomy / Continence Nursing


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