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    I posted the link to my profile where it belongs. Sorry. I am learning how this site works. Good luck, violet888

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    I listed my web/blog on my profile now. I am getting to know the system. thank you violet888

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    Quote from november551
    Thankfully I don't really have any problems with tattle-tales where I work. If there are, my manager is the type to let it go in one ear and out the other. I don't really care what people think about me. I'm there to do my job, not get involved in the unit politics.

    Agreed. Keep them busy and on there toes :bowingpur to reverse co-dependancy. Here to do a job politics a waste of precious energy.

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    This makes me feel better when I write with solutions...

    Thank you,
    violet888

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    Quote from BrokenRNheart
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    http://www.ingenio.com/CommunityServ...s/default.aspx

    Here is a better link. Thank you for asking.
    violet888

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    Quote from BrokenRNheart
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    Here you go. Good luck. This is my personal blog on keen.

    violet888

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    Quote from BrokenRNheart
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    I will capture it now. Hold on please.

    thank you,
    violet888

    http://www.ingenio.com/CommunityServ...s/default.aspx

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    Redesign your energy field (aura). Breathing air before the Sunrises.

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    Quote from Kurious RN
    In a major change, the American Heart Association said Monday that hands-only CPR -- rapid, deep presses on the victim's chest until help arrives -- works just as well as standard CPR for sudden cardiac arrest in adults.
    Experts hope bystanders will now be more willing to jump in and help if they see someone suddenly collapse. Hands-only CPR is simpler and easier to remember and removes a big barrier for people skittish about the mouth-to-mouth breathing.
    "You only have to do two things. Call 911 and push hard and fast on the middle of the person's chest," said Dr. Michael Sayre, an emergency medicine professor at Ohio State University who headed the committee that made the recommendation.

    http://www.cnn.com/2008/HEALTH/03/31....ap/index.html
    Thank you. I am sure that at our hospital the Hands-only CPR will need to be agreed upon by the Code Blue Team and management before it is accepted practice.

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    Quote from BrokenRNheart
    You know....I have noticed that too. When I would do the same thing and after being in a room for a half an hour or more - sometimes the patient had a meltdown and you couldn't walk out on them. Sometimes they had questions so teaching began right then and there regardless of what was waiting for you and sometimes it was what you described. Then when I walked to the unit another RN that is a total alcholic and stressed about her deadbeat husband and thieving step son at home would say....."where were you?"

    I can't spend the rest of my life saying "I didn't do that" or "I didn't say that" and I can't keep trying to answer to or defend myself to miserable people that need to look at themselves. They are the reason that I will quit trying to do bedside care. They can figure out what to do with the nursing shortage. I am not going back to work in that environment. Period. I will never shut up about what it is like but I won't be a part of that any more.
    Dear BrokenRNheart, please review why you are an RN. Self-esteem positive. You made your choice to work as an RN and do not let others dictate your career, even the bullies.

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    Redesign your energy field (aura). Best to increase self-esteem.

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    Quote from BrokenRNheart
    Someone else posted the ridiculous unit wide tattling protocol.

    Come on TT's - get help. I do believe in Karma. I have noticed that some of the notorious award winning brown-nosers tend to be very miserable in their personal lives. They don't smile or laugh much and they are generally grumpy. Funny thing is that they don't think others see it because they are so busy slandering people that people just want to stay out of the light and don't do it back to them. Rest assured that while you succeeding in slandering me I am well aware that you are a very miserable person as I walk on and lick my wounds.

    I give :trc:
    REDESIGN your energy field. Look at keen.com/violet88 blog.

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    Most RN's who work under the umbrella of Sutter Hospitals who did not cross the picket line were protected by the Union. The RN's that did cross the picket line were protected by Management.



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