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Joined Sep 7, '06 - from 'United Kingdom'. XB9S is a Registered nurse. She has '22' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Advanced Practice, surgery'. Posts: 8,510 (25% Liked) Likes: 3,881

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  1. In the UK we have to wear a Uniform as nurse practitioners, but there are days when I plan to spend office time rather than...
    phillycpnp-pc
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  2. Some additional Links that maybe useful. The NHS Jobs website, advice for overseas applicants NHS Jobs NHS...
    bella201
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  3. One of the topics that is raised frequently in the UK and International forums is how does an international nurse go about...
    bella201
    Article Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  4. To work in the UK you will need to register with the NMC and I understand this is a fairly lengthy process (although I don't...
    bella201
    Forum: International Nursing
  5. Firstly please could you not post in Text speak, it is against the terms of service of the site and if you want to work in...
    bella201
    Forum: International Nursing
  6. I quite like what the RCN has done in this, gives a positive view of the profession
    vianne
    Video Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  7. There are lots of alarm bells ringing for me here. She may have been an elective surgical patient but she is still...
    elkpark
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  8. You need to be registered with the NMC before you can work as a nurse in the UK, Www.nmc.org.uk This process can...
    Silverdragon102
    Forum: International Nursing
  9. Your quite right, you won't even get short listed without registration as you don't meet the minimum criteria.
    Silverdragon102
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  10. There are a couple of things in this part of your post that I want to address but first could I give you a bit of background...
    bella201
    Forum: International Nursing
  11. smart nurse you are correct, the UK ( not just England, but the other nations within the UK) do not require an EEG to...
    Esme12
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  12. One of the topics that is raised frequently in the UK and International forums is how does an international nurse go about...
    sabuRiNa
    Article Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  13. MODERATOR REQUEST: Please discuss the subject at hand, which is drug seekers in the Emergency Room, please do not resort...
    DeLanaHarvickWannabe
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  14. In Wales (UK) there had been a bill now passed as legislation this month, from 2015 you will need to opt out via...
    klone
    Forum: Nursing News
  15. A practical answer to your question, for a band 6 staff nurse , I ask for at least 2 years at band 5 in that speciality...
    debbieuk
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  16. You can get critical patients in ER but there is such a variety of minor injuries, major injuries, trauma, surgery, medicine...
    PMFB-RN
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  17. It would depend on the circumstances, if the member of staff was coming up to final stages of a sickness policy I would...
    Silverdragon102
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  18. My man is an engineer and I met him through a climbing club he was my best friend and climbing partner, he was at my first...
    jadelpn
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  19. Were they do not resuscitate but for active treatment. If DNR and death imminent in my opinion, increasing oxygen to...
    RT_Skyler
    Forum: MICU / SICU Nursing


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