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adpiRN, BSN, RN 8,841 Views

Joined Nov 2, '08 - from 'South Carolina'. She has '3' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'L&D'. Posts: 359 (27% Liked) Likes: 188

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  • Feb 21

    I would say postpartum of all the inpatient specialties.
    It's soooo much less stressful than L&D for sure....
    I'd guess outpatient surgery would be relatively low stress but never worked it myself. (Especially if you have the job where you just admit the patients. I think that exists in some places)

  • Oct 31 '15

    I sit to document and when I start IVs and sometimes when going over discharge papers.

  • Oct 31 '15

    I sit to document and when I start IVs and sometimes when going over discharge papers.

  • Oct 30 '15

    I sit to document and when I start IVs and sometimes when going over discharge papers.

  • Oct 30 '15

    I sit to document and when I start IVs and sometimes when going over discharge papers.

  • Oct 30 '15

    I sit to document and when I start IVs and sometimes when going over discharge papers.

  • Oct 30 '15

    I sit to document and when I start IVs and sometimes when going over discharge papers.

  • Oct 29 '15

    I sit to document and when I start IVs and sometimes when going over discharge papers.

  • Oct 29 '15

    I sit to document and when I start IVs and sometimes when going over discharge papers.

  • Oct 6 '15

    I have 3 years of L&D experience but I would still be terrified being the only OB nurse on the floor.
    I'm anxious just being the only nurse in the room during a delivery.
    Back-up is essential in L&D.
    No wonder you're anxious.
    It might be worth applying to bigger hospitals in L&D and if they ask why you're leaving so soon explain the situation and how you think you'd be more comfortable on a larger unit with more nurses around.
    And yes - I was anxious for months as a new grad on L&D. It's an intense unit and a lot can go wrong!

  • Sep 21 '15

    I'm a HUGE Disney fan and have just decided that this is a dream job of mine.

    Has anyone looked into this or know anyone who was a nurse @ Disney?
    Would love to know how often jobs come up (I'd guess not often) what kind of background they look for, what type of duties they perform and how pay compares to hospitals.

    Thanks!

  • Sep 20 '15

    I'm a HUGE Disney fan and have just decided that this is a dream job of mine.

    Has anyone looked into this or know anyone who was a nurse @ Disney?
    Would love to know how often jobs come up (I'd guess not often) what kind of background they look for, what type of duties they perform and how pay compares to hospitals.

    Thanks!

  • Sep 15 '15

    I'm a HUGE Disney fan and have just decided that this is a dream job of mine.

    Has anyone looked into this or know anyone who was a nurse @ Disney?
    Would love to know how often jobs come up (I'd guess not often) what kind of background they look for, what type of duties they perform and how pay compares to hospitals.

    Thanks!

  • Sep 12 '15

    I'm confused - are you already pregnant or not?
    Because if not you won't be having a baby in Jan.
    In that case start working first.
    Even if you only get a few months under your belt.

  • Sep 7 '15

    Ok then take the ER job.
    Just saying what I would do.
    Sheesh.


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