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Joined Oct 2, '09 - from 'Eastside USA'. newboy is a Psychiatric RN. He has '5' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Mental Health Nursing'. Posts: 391 (67% Liked) Likes: 1,204

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  • Dec 11 '16

    Quote from yjapple
    It's 92 bed facility and there is one Rn and two CNA for day shift and only one Rn (no CNA) for night shift
    I would run. That doesn't sound safe at all.

  • Nov 3 '16

    Quote from momofm1998
    And sadly, many students are not particuarly interested in nursing, just a good steady paycheck.
    So? Not every nurse has to be Florence Nightingale. Many people choose careers for financial stability, but that doesn't make them incompetent or bad at their jobs.

  • Oct 25 '16

    Quote from momofm1998
    And sadly, many students are not particuarly interested in nursing, just a good steady paycheck.
    So? Not every nurse has to be Florence Nightingale. Many people choose careers for financial stability, but that doesn't make them incompetent or bad at their jobs.

  • Oct 25 '16

    Quote from momofm1998
    And sadly, many students are not particuarly interested in nursing, just a good steady paycheck.
    So? Not every nurse has to be Florence Nightingale. Many people choose careers for financial stability, but that doesn't make them incompetent or bad at their jobs.

  • Oct 25 '16

    Quote from momofm1998
    And sadly, many students are not particuarly interested in nursing, just a good steady paycheck.
    So? Not every nurse has to be Florence Nightingale. Many people choose careers for financial stability, but that doesn't make them incompetent or bad at their jobs.

  • Oct 25 '16

    Quote from momofm1998
    And sadly, many students are not particuarly interested in nursing, just a good steady paycheck.
    So? Not every nurse has to be Florence Nightingale. Many people choose careers for financial stability, but that doesn't make them incompetent or bad at their jobs.

  • Aug 13 '16

    As the other posters have stated, take the post-acute job. It's easier to transition into another job if you have experience AND you're actively working.



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