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  • Sep 9

    It starts in nursing school. Where basically you are self taught. That was my experience anyway. Oh, and did I mention the bullying by the clinical instructors who are waiting with baited breath to dock you in your evaluation.
    I have a bachelor of science degree in another field. I have never seen such unprofessionalism as I did in nursing school.
    My respect for the profession in general has dropped significantly.

  • Sep 7

    It starts in nursing school. Where basically you are self taught. That was my experience anyway. Oh, and did I mention the bullying by the clinical instructors who are waiting with baited breath to dock you in your evaluation.
    I have a bachelor of science degree in another field. I have never seen such unprofessionalism as I did in nursing school.
    My respect for the profession in general has dropped significantly.

  • Mar 21

    he/she is "looking down" on people because she is trying to promote professionalism???
    and it is spelled ADVICE !

  • Mar 18

    he/she is "looking down" on people because she is trying to promote professionalism???
    and it is spelled ADVICE !

  • Dec 21 '15

    Quote from purplcav
    This really seems like a stupid question to me. :icon_roll Would you buy a car labeled as a LEMON from Joe Schmoe's car lot or a car from a reputable dealer?

    If you are looking to get a bogus degree, give me a few thousand dollars, and I can print up your very own diploma indicating you are a nurse.

    Did you REALLY ask this question?
    Yes, I REALLY asked this question.

    You see, i was not blessed with such extreme intelligence as you seem to have been.

    I stupidly thought I would ask a question on a nursing message board run by nurses.

    Man, talk about a brain fart!

  • Oct 7 '15

    Short answer...only YOU can decide if it is for you. Unfortunately, there are some negatives with nursing that you will experience in school and on the job. It is a profession like no other. And I don't mean that in a positive way.
    Now the good news....there are some wonderful things about nursing such as being there for someone in their time of need and a lot of flexibility in job choices.

  • Oct 7 '15

    Short answer...only YOU can decide if it is for you. Unfortunately, there are some negatives with nursing that you will experience in school and on the job. It is a profession like no other. And I don't mean that in a positive way.
    Now the good news....there are some wonderful things about nursing such as being there for someone in their time of need and a lot of flexibility in job choices.



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