rngolfer53 4,418 Views
Joined Sep 13, '08.
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So your theory is that because the nurses that you know that got their licenses revoked all did something illegal/ very serious that all nurses who have their licenses revoked did something implicitly illegal and/or very serious?
Think that logic is a little faulty there sister!
Bingo. If this wasn't the admitting physician, there was no reason to call that late. It's just completely inappropriate. This isn't a case of a "rude doctor", it's a rude nurse. Would the OP have called a family member that late to ask the same question? And I wonder, if a telemarketer had called the OP that late, if maybe they wouldn't have done a little yelling too?
Debt can be a lot like C-diff. Pretty easy to contract, hard to eradicate, painful and debilitating while you have it.
Obviously, many young people who get out of school today have piles of debt. (The education establishment should have much to answer for, but that's a topic for another place or time.)
Be as smartly frugal as you can and pay off the debt as fast as you can. Then avoid borrowing except in a dire emergency and put something into savings every paycheck.
Don't leave money on the table. Take full advantage of your employer's 401 K match.
Thank you so much for your support! I guess my next question is, if I'm fortunate enough to get my license back, will I be able to get a job? How willing are facilities to give you employment opportunities once they know of your back ground or that your license was revoked?
i have learned not to predict death...seriously.
we're all familiar with the s/s of imminent death, yet i've had too many pts that exhibited these s/s, only to bounce back for a bit.
i've also had pts that didn't exhibit any s/s and just died.
so whenever i'm feeling righteous and confident about the path a pt is taking, i immediately recall all those pts who proved me wrong.
enjoy the calm.
in the absence of distress/pain/suffering, it's really a beautiful process.
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