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By SoldierNurse22, BSN, RN, EMT-B

Joined Mar 29, '10. Posts: 2,073 (67% Liked) Likes: 6,658

Topics and comments created by SoldierNurse22 that readers liked. (Note: Only topics/comments submitted in the past 12 months will be displayed. Max. 50)

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  1. Take this opportunity to take an honest look at yourself. Relationships that last aren't about how you feel, how he makes...
    11RN
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  2. One of the classics that I've seen used is gift baskets/cakes/special holiday packages that are sold by silent auction. ...
    annie.rn
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  3. Take this opportunity to take an honest look at yourself. Relationships that last aren't about how you feel, how he makes...
    dorkypanda
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  4. Take this opportunity to take an honest look at yourself. Relationships that last aren't about how you feel, how he makes...
    Ricearoni
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  5. Diabetic hyperosmolar syndrome Definition - Diseases and Conditions - Mayo Clinic Diabetes proper is not a syndrome. The...
    Abrillant12
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  6. Diabetic hyperosmolar syndrome Definition - Diseases and Conditions - Mayo Clinic Diabetes proper is not a syndrome. The...
    SmilingBluEyes
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  7. I would disagree that professional automatically equals cold and distanced whereas emotional equates to personable and...
    GrnTea
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  8. I would disagree that professional automatically equals cold and distanced whereas emotional equates to personable and...
    poppycat
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  9. I would disagree that professional automatically equals cold and distanced whereas emotional equates to personable and...
    Esme12
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  10. I would disagree that professional automatically equals cold and distanced whereas emotional equates to personable and...
    jadelpn
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  11. Sorry, brian.... I love my Cheetos. Viva la vending machine!
    AmyRN303
    Forum: Nurses Rock
  12. More importantly--how can a government facility not have a coffee pot on the premises?? In my branch, that'd be...
    AmyRN303
    Forum: Nurses Rock
  13. When I saw this thread pop up last night, I pulled out the Orville Redenbacher, put my glass in the freezer, and broke out...
    NurseOnAMotorcycle
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  14. Don't worry--I'd have been rejected too. I'm an odd millennial in that I don't have a facebook, twitter, instagram, linked...
    Surprised1
    Forum: LPN / LVN Corner
  15. Don't worry--I'd have been rejected too. I'm an odd millennial in that I don't have a facebook, twitter, instagram, linked...
    Wheels28
    Forum: LPN / LVN Corner
  16. In the hustle and bustle of morning shift change on the busy GI/GU unit, I stuck close to my preceptor, watching it all with...
    Loretta Beatty
    Article Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  17. Don't worry--I'd have been rejected too. I'm an odd millennial in that I don't have a facebook, twitter, instagram, linked...
    LTCNS
    Forum: LPN / LVN Corner
  18. Ugh, I hear you! It gets old when it's always everyone's fault but the patient's.
    Emergent
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  19. Ugh, I hear you! It gets old when it's always everyone's fault but the patient's.
    PedsED-RN
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  20. Honestly, I know the Army doesn't utilize NNPs. I'm not aware of any other branch that does, either. @babyRN, the military...
    ICUman
    Forum: NICU Nursing / Neonatal
  21. In the hustle and bustle of morning shift change on the busy GI/GU unit, I stuck close to my preceptor, watching it all with...
    NurseBedi
    Article Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  22. As an active duty Army officer and in my experience in both civilian and military medicine, this is absolutely incorrect and...
    tsm007
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  23. https://www.dso.ufl.edu/documents/sccr/army-policy-hazing.pdf I'm sorry you've been given such a poor view of the...
    gypsyd8
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  24. As an active duty Army officer and in my experience in both civilian and military medicine, this is absolutely incorrect and...
    everyday6/12
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  25. As Canada's system is different from the US, I don't have a great deal of personal experience to offer in your situation. ...
    SlinkyheadRN
    Forum: Diabetes / Endocrine Nursing
  26. I took the TNCC as a new soldier and a new nurse. The 6 months of experience in an ER was waived due to the necessity that...
    icuRNmaggie
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  27. Well, consider yourself fortunate. I'm not sure how you believe you can so completely assess my attitude off of one post,...
    SmilingBluEyes
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  28. Well, have you never seen it, or have you? In a relationship of any kind, respect always goes both ways. If a newbie...
    SmilingBluEyes
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  29. Honestly, what do you expect the experienced nurses to say to over-confident newbies? And why is it that only the older...
    SmilingBluEyes
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  30. Ugh, I hear you! It gets old when it's always everyone's fault but the patient's.
    ER_AllTheWayMay
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  31. Ugh, I hear you! It gets old when it's always everyone's fault but the patient's.
    icuRNmaggie
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  32. Ugh, I hear you! It gets old when it's always everyone's fault but the patient's.
    prettymica
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  33. Ugh, I hear you! It gets old when it's always everyone's fault but the patient's.
    poppycat
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  34. Sorry, brian.... I love my Cheetos. Viva la vending machine!
    tokmom
    Forum: Nurses Rock
  35. Ugh, I hear you! It gets old when it's always everyone's fault but the patient's.
    Dazglue
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  36. As an active duty Army officer and in my experience in both civilian and military medicine, this is absolutely incorrect and...
    lorirn58
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  37. Ugh, I hear you! It gets old when it's always everyone's fault but the patient's.
    AmyRN303
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  38. Ugh, I hear you! It gets old when it's always everyone's fault but the patient's.
    HikingEDRN
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  39. When I saw this thread pop up last night, I pulled out the Orville Redenbacher, put my glass in the freezer, and broke out...
    SopranoKris
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  40. As an active duty Army officer and in my experience in both civilian and military medicine, this is absolutely incorrect and...
    YanMinor
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  41. Then you ought to acknowledge that your opinion is sorely lacking as you have read only "several" posts in a 1,364-post...
    bb007rn
    Forum: Nursing News
  42. As an active duty Army officer and in my experience in both civilian and military medicine, this is absolutely incorrect and...
    Cindycin37
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  43. As an active duty Army officer and in my experience in both civilian and military medicine, this is absolutely incorrect and...
    verene
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  44. As an active duty Army officer and in my experience in both civilian and military medicine, this is absolutely incorrect and...
    chadrn65
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  45. As an active duty Army officer and in my experience in both civilian and military medicine, this is absolutely incorrect and...
    MO13
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  46. Why make it a decision between the two? It sounds like you'd be a shoo-in for Navy ROTC. The Marines don't have a nurse...
    HarryTheCat
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  47. My grandfathers were both WWII vets, one of whom died in the past few years and one who passed on decades ago. Both of my...
    motherof3sons
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  48. In that case, serve and use your GI Bill to get your nursing degree afterward. Too easy!
    RunBabyRN
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  49. Just to give you some idea of how things can go, I am a married Soldier living away from my husband. I will be separating...
    RunBabyRN
    Forum: Government / Military Nursing
  50. As an active duty Army officer and in my experience in both civilian and military medicine, this is absolutely incorrect and...
    cathylou
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations


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