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himilayaneyes, MSN, APRN 6,358 Views

Joined Jul 4, '10 - from 'Florida'. himilayaneyes is a ARNP. She has 'since 2008' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Critical Care/Coronary Care Unit,'. Posts: 502 (44% Liked) Likes: 661

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  • Jul 10

    This patient is gonna die. Good luck.

  • Mar 14

    If you're already a nurse, I suggest you work per-diem somewhere or even better for a staffing agency. Most staffing agencies require you to work once every 90 days while a lot of per-diem placed require 3-4x/month. However, they also require at least one year of experience. If you're not a nurse yet and just want to use nursing to "fall back on" as you say...I honestly suggest you don't become a nurse. It's really easy to get burned out in this profession, particularly for those who didn't really want to be nurses and just wanted financial stability. My advice is to follow your dream...and if your dream isn't nursing...don't do yourself (or patients) a disservice b/c you'll only regret it in the end. Good luck.

  • Jan 25

    Love the astronaut thing...hilarious. People definitely throw around the term nurse too lightly. You hear secretaries calling themselves nurses b/c they work at a hospital or MD office...you feel like saying ok nurse come assess this patient and perform CPR on the one who's crashing nurse just to see the looks on their faces...better yet have them explain everything that's going on to patient families. It should be against the law to call yourself a nurse if you're not a licensed nurse.

  • Oct 13 '15

    I believe that nursing students and new nurses have the responsibility to know their resources (e.g., research, med-surg nursing manual, etc.). You shouldn't just ask a million and one questions but take the initiative to do some research into topics yourself as well. New nurses need to learn to deal with constructive criticism. However, the criticism must be constructive..a learning experience..and not simply an attempt to berate/belittle someone. We have all been new at some point and everyone learns at a different pace. People who don't like to teach should simply refuse to precept/teach and if forced to do so...well find a new profession. The "young one" you're eating may just be your nurse one day and I hope to God for your sake that you treated him/her decently.

  • Sep 25 '15

    Get your ACLS, take a critical care course. Volunteer to float to ICU all the time. Harass the ICU manager until they hire you. Good luck.

  • Sep 25 '15

    Get your ACLS, take a critical care course. Volunteer to float to ICU all the time. Harass the ICU manager until they hire you. Good luck.

  • Aug 25 '15

    It's so true....everyone and their mother is a nurse. You talk to them and find out their a CNA or hospital secretary. RN is definitely a title you bust your butt to earn. The funny part is that if these "perpetrators" portray themselves as nurses and say go into someone's home to care for them as a nurse...they can prosecuted. Be proud of who you are. Maybe hospitals should make a list...CNA not a nurse, Unit secretary not a nurse, Janitor not a nurse, Resp therapy not a nurse, phlebotomist not a nurse, you plan on going to nursing school...still not a nurse. You graduated from nursing school...awesome...still not a nurse yet. Just b/c you work at a hospital or doctor's office..not a nurse. Nurse equals someone who passed the NCLEX-RN or NCLEX-PN and has a nursing license. Patients should start asking to see our nursing licenses since everyone these days is a nurse.



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