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Joined Jun 24, '09 - from 'CT'. JBMmom is a Nurse. She has '4' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Long term care; med-surg'. Posts: 452 (41% Liked) Likes: 751

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  • 12:14 am

    We've had many conversations at our house about the drug commercials. My kids often ask, with all the side effects listed at the end of the commercial- why would people even take that medicine when it sounds worse than the illness! And, there's nothing like a Cialis commercial in the middle of a family show to bring about some awkward silences.

  • Dec 13

    I gave blood last month and I kept the paper that has the pint identifier on it. I got an e-mail the other day saying my blood was sent to the hospital I work at. What are the chances, I infused my own blood into my patient the other night (not that I would tell the patient). Small world, made me glad I could make a difference- in more ways than one.

  • Dec 12

    I gave blood last month and I kept the paper that has the pint identifier on it. I got an e-mail the other day saying my blood was sent to the hospital I work at. What are the chances, I infused my own blood into my patient the other night (not that I would tell the patient). Small world, made me glad I could make a difference- in more ways than one.

  • Dec 12

    It's not really going to be geared towards anything you'll cover in nursing school specifically. It might be nice to have exposure to some community resources for basic first aid, but I don't think it will make much impact for you.

  • Dec 12

    We've had many conversations at our house about the drug commercials. My kids often ask, with all the side effects listed at the end of the commercial- why would people even take that medicine when it sounds worse than the illness! And, there's nothing like a Cialis commercial in the middle of a family show to bring about some awkward silences.

  • Dec 12

    I gave blood last month and I kept the paper that has the pint identifier on it. I got an e-mail the other day saying my blood was sent to the hospital I work at. What are the chances, I infused my own blood into my patient the other night (not that I would tell the patient). Small world, made me glad I could make a difference- in more ways than one.

  • Dec 11

    I gave blood last month and I kept the paper that has the pint identifier on it. I got an e-mail the other day saying my blood was sent to the hospital I work at. What are the chances, I infused my own blood into my patient the other night (not that I would tell the patient). Small world, made me glad I could make a difference- in more ways than one.

  • Dec 11

    I gave blood last month and I kept the paper that has the pint identifier on it. I got an e-mail the other day saying my blood was sent to the hospital I work at. What are the chances, I infused my own blood into my patient the other night (not that I would tell the patient). Small world, made me glad I could make a difference- in more ways than one.

  • Dec 11

    I gave blood last month and I kept the paper that has the pint identifier on it. I got an e-mail the other day saying my blood was sent to the hospital I work at. What are the chances, I infused my own blood into my patient the other night (not that I would tell the patient). Small world, made me glad I could make a difference- in more ways than one.

  • Dec 11

    I gave blood last month and I kept the paper that has the pint identifier on it. I got an e-mail the other day saying my blood was sent to the hospital I work at. What are the chances, I infused my own blood into my patient the other night (not that I would tell the patient). Small world, made me glad I could make a difference- in more ways than one.

  • Dec 11

    I would probably confront her directly, or it might be more effective to request a meeting with her and either your charge nurse, supervisor or administrator. I've found that sometimes when people are called out directly, a positive outcome can be reached. If nothing else, it will bring to the attention of other coworkers that you're making a proactive move to improve a work relationship. Good luck.

  • Dec 11

    I gave blood last month and I kept the paper that has the pint identifier on it. I got an e-mail the other day saying my blood was sent to the hospital I work at. What are the chances, I infused my own blood into my patient the other night (not that I would tell the patient). Small world, made me glad I could make a difference- in more ways than one.

  • Dec 10

    I would probably confront her directly, or it might be more effective to request a meeting with her and either your charge nurse, supervisor or administrator. I've found that sometimes when people are called out directly, a positive outcome can be reached. If nothing else, it will bring to the attention of other coworkers that you're making a proactive move to improve a work relationship. Good luck.

  • Dec 10

    I would probably confront her directly, or it might be more effective to request a meeting with her and either your charge nurse, supervisor or administrator. I've found that sometimes when people are called out directly, a positive outcome can be reached. If nothing else, it will bring to the attention of other coworkers that you're making a proactive move to improve a work relationship. Good luck.

  • Dec 10

    I gave blood last month and I kept the paper that has the pint identifier on it. I got an e-mail the other day saying my blood was sent to the hospital I work at. What are the chances, I infused my own blood into my patient the other night (not that I would tell the patient). Small world, made me glad I could make a difference- in more ways than one.


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