nurturing_angel 6,236 Views
Joined Jan 6, '04.
Posts: 359 (19% Liked)
Apparently no nurses live in this part of the state. Hmmm!
Years ago, before I had my RN, I lived in Naples and loved it. Now as I am nearing the age of retirement I am thinking about returning to this area. I have considered doing the seasonal nursing thing but I need more info about that. I am an OB nurse and would love to continue working in this area. I have even considered working in an office or clinic. Could anyone give me information about the hospital(s) and such in the Naples, Fort Myers or Bonita Springs areas? I do appreciate it greatly.
I too prefer using the manual BP cuffs. Don't like dragging that crazy dynamap around with me.
This would be GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thank You! I am 53 years old and have been a nurse for too many years...if judged by the outside. I have many medical problems and can barely walk some days. But on the inside...things are soooo different! I feel so young and relevant and how I love being a nurse for young new families. I don't want to ever retire but its only a matter of time before I will have too. I must enjoy it while it lasts!!!
Actually, I tend to be the master procrastinator......lol!!!!
They do at our hospital.
Hi fellow nurses!
I am busy trying to develop a new prenatal class series to teach independently from my hospital. I do not have much money at this point to use for this. Does anyone know of any websites that might have graphic images of labor and delivery that I could use pro bono? If I am successful at this I plan to buy stuff for use from Childbirth Graphics. Any help out there?
Oh, by the way...
Happy Mothers Day!
Happy Nurses Week!
Experience breeds confidence so start every IV that you can. I felt the same way you do until I asked my co-workers to check with me before they started any IV's. If I had time, I started them. After a few weeks I felt great about my IV skills. Also, remember that we all have those days when we couldn't hit the broad side of a barn. Don't let it get you down.
Just have a quick question. Have any of you wonderful midwives or wanna be midwives heard anything about APN's (including midwives) will soon need a doctorate degree and MSN's will not be recognized as an APN?
All info appreciated!
Its gray. Used to color it auburn regularly but I am happy with the gray.
I am in my early 50's and I need to retire. And when I do, I don't think I will come back. I will just get used to eating peanut butter sandwiches, lol!
I beeped a CRNA for a epidural once and accidently left my home number for the return call.
I love love love all aspects of obstetric nursing,
Indiana doesn't issue hard copies anymore either. Licenses are verified on line. Regardless, we still have to provide the nursing management with a payment reciept each time we renew our licenses.
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