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  • 7:42 am

    Easy call 911. You aren't a first responder, EMT or paramedic. Basic first aid and calling for help. There is no "emergency nursing outside hospitals". There are prehospital RNs that work on ALS ambulances though.

  • Jun 21

    Easy call 911. You aren't a first responder, EMT or paramedic. Basic first aid and calling for help. There is no "emergency nursing outside hospitals". There are prehospital RNs that work on ALS ambulances though.

  • Jun 18

    You need to file an incident report and be seen by occupational health. Period

  • Jun 18

    Quote from Bo3939
    Yeah i know I don't even know why that is on there too...

    But can you please read my first post and advise on which scenario to go with and how to squeeze in the Tdap and Hep B please...thank you.

    Check with your county health department the public health nurses will know the current protocol. Last I read it was you could do the ppd before the live vaccines or with the live vaccines (MMR, Varicella)

    MMR can be administered same day as PPD but not after PPD according to the CDC evidence based practices (see table #4)
    Source: General Recommendations on Immunization: Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) and the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)

  • Jun 18

    There is no vaccine for HepC only HeoA and HepB

  • Jun 17

    Hint there is not only one cause of meningitis.

  • Jun 17

    Quote from middleagednurse
    What if you walk into a dark room with twins you don't know which one is yours or where the suction catheters or meds or MARS are?
    You ask outgoing nurse or parent (someone let you in!) get a flashlight (no one can work in the dark. If no one tells you call the agency to speak to a nurse manager.

  • Jun 15

    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

  • Jun 15

    Hint there is not only one cause of meningitis.

  • Jun 14

    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

  • Jun 13

    You need to file an incident report and be seen by occupational health. Period

  • Jun 13

    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

  • Jun 13

    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

  • Jun 13

    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

  • Jun 13

    Check with your state Board of Nursing or just look into some of your local community college nursing programs directly (sometimes the information does not show up on Google).

    Prepare a list of questions before you appointment this afternoon: such as hidden costs, financing options (if any), scheduling of prep-classes vs. exam scheduling, recommended timeline, etc. Most states you must apply & enroll directly with Excelsior, and pay EC directly for the exams.

    As far as TCN/ISU there is a relationship there. If you did not agree to the contact, look at the "Do Not Call" regulations as you do not have a business relationship with them. You can always file a complaint or check with your phone service provider about blocking what amounts to harassing calls. (hence why I don't give my phone number out on online forms, but I have call blocking capabilities on my home phone number. You could always do what I did when my child was younger, if they didn't get the message of "DO NOT CALL ME ANYMORE" they got an invitation to speak with my yippy dog who like to shriek at the phone or my then toddler. usually solved the problem quickly. )


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