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  1. I'm starting in Fall 2014 at University of Alberta. Is there anyone else out there, Canadian or otherwise?
    Mar 28
    Forum: Post Graduate Nursing Student: MSN/DNP/DNSc/PhD
  2. Saw this going around FB and it's quite clever!
    Jan 24
    Video Forum: Emergency Nursing
  3. Your local Ethics board should be able to point out how to obtain operational approval.
    Jan 18
    Forum: Research Nursing
  4. I can vouch for GMU being an excellent program that prepared me well. Sometimes the disorganization drove me nuts, but I'm...
    Dec 31 '13
    Forum: Canada Nursing Programs
  5. I had a homecare infusion client whose RN wife wanted to give his infusions via butterfly as she was not comfortable with IV...
    Dec 16 '13
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  6. In my ED, there are a few NPs, but their role is to manage chronic disease patients. So there is one who sets up follow-up...
    Dec 1 '13
    Forum: Nursing in Canada
  7. According to Lexicomp, these are compatible, and there are no warnings against infusing concomitantly - is there any reason...
    Nov 17 '13
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  8. Already have my grad school application in for 2014, and it's not in nursing..
    Nov 16 '13
    Forum: Nursing in Canada
  9. I would recommend that you work in the specialty where you eventually want to work in research. I'm an emergency RN and I...
    Nov 10 '13
    Forum: Research Nursing
  10. I work for a university and a private homecare company. I don't regret leaving AHS for a second. The benefits are way better...
    Nov 6 '13
    Forum: Nursing in Canada
  11. I heard the radio ad. They are very disparaging... the whole campaign is baffling! Unless it's to try and justify bringing...
    Oct 24 '13
    Forum: Nursing in Canada
  12. I do this. I came from ED nursing and now work in Emergency research. I kept my old position on the floor and still pick up...
    Oct 17 '13
    Forum: Research Nursing
  13. Well said Jan!
    Sep 17 '13
    Forum: Nursing in Canada
  14. Research nurses need to be highly organized and very detail oriented (ask me how I know). In life I am a very Type B, but at...
    Sep 15 '13
    Forum: Research Nursing
  15. Depends what area you work in. I'm in Emergency Medicine. Several of our studies get me in the heart of the action without...
    Sep 12 '13
    Forum: Research Nursing
  16. Yes, these are called Case Report Forms, and they are for officially documenting the data to be tracked at each visit:...
    Sep 5 '13
    Forum: Research Nursing
  17. I did mine through CITI https://www.citiprogram.org/
    Aug 7 '13
    Forum: Research Nursing
  18. I had 6 months of ED RN experience before I was hired as research coordinator in emergency medicine research. It was all...
    Aug 6 '13
    Forum: Research Nursing
  19. Amazing! Thanks for your help!
    Jul 17 '13
    Forum: Research Nursing
  20. Hi everyone, I'm currently in the beginning stages of coordinating a new study. I'm pretty new to this role (just hit 6...
    Jul 2 '13
    Forum: Research Nursing

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