JustBeachyNurse 88,163 Views
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Are you certain it's required? Most but not all employers require drug testing
In my case, I think I'm going to send a brief note to my patient and another to the patient's family to briefly state that I enjoyed working with them, have made a change that will work out better for me, and hope they are well and remain so.
If a patient is transferred to a different floor but you forgot to chart something so you do it later after they're off your floor, is opening their chart at that point a Hipaa violation?
The fact that you can only call the "accreditation organization" and they are the only "nursing school" accredited by this organization is a big red flag
-All states require a nurse to pass the NCLEX. This school does not create candidates eligible to take the NCLEX. There is no other nursing exam in the US. NCLEX is a national exam.
-all states require nurses to graduate from a state board of nursing approved school whether licensing by examination or endorsement. (You don't transfer a nursing license you endorse)
-all states have minimum classroom and clinical hours. Even if you counted 24/7 you would be under the minimum for LPN which is around 1000 clinical and classroom combined
-Anyone can call themselves an accreditation agency it doesn't make it legitimate
Also, the program is intended for currently licensed/certified paramedics/EMT-P/MICP, certain military medics, respiratory therapists, and LPNs. The EC program is NOT an entry to practice RN program. The program is not accepted in every state, not at all in CA. Some states only accept the ASN from EC if done as an LPN to ASN/RN bridge not as a medic/RRT to ASN/RN bridge.
Ignorance of the law is not a defense.
Did you complain about your employer or did you post about specific patient(s)? Either can be grounds for termination. The employee handbook most likely has information about the corporate social media policy.
hello everyone. i wanted to know what the 7 exams are for, is that to get into the program itself or is it you pass all 7 exams and voila! you recieve your rn degree? i went on the website and couldnt find information all i see is RN-BSN or maybe im just looking in the wrong place
This may be grounds for deportation. Consult a criminal and immigration attorney for advice.
Reason why I would also ask whether or not meals can be deducted is as follows: travel in vehicle all day from client to client l, unable to reheat food while in car, unable to keep cool for hours.
You can't. My sisters license expired 20 years ago and it's still on my BoN. My father died and his professional license is listed as status "deceased". It's a matter of public record. If your license is not active you can't be called nurse in many states
1. How much have you paid those nurses to teach you? (I'll bet the answer is "nothing.")
2. How much has your school paid those nurses to teach you? (I'll be the answer is "nothing.")
To address the 'payment' part. I pay a lot of money to attend nursing school and recognize that nurses don't get paid any extra for being "helpful and educating", but really? If these are 'teaching' hospitals then I would gather the nurses working there understand that they may have students under their wing.. call me crazy.
Without specifics such as define "leaked out" and "nurse" (most physicians don't employ nurses) it's impossible to advise
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