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  • Feb 17

    What do you mean?
    Claim there are shifts when there are none?
    Put you in schedule then pull you off sans notice?

  • Feb 16

    Why you would take pictures at work and post with unprofessional commentary while TAGGING the facility!! Tagging a location alert can be generated to the business/facility

  • Feb 11

    I've had dozens of new pedi & infant trach vent discharges. Exactly one had BP ordered and only because of comorbid cardiac & renal issues due to a congenital/genetic condition. One. BP is not a standard assessment in respiratory pediatrics. Temp, apical heart rate, respirations, SpO2 and pain. DME provides the pulse oximiter and initial emergency supplies. First trach bag comes home with the client. My agency supplies the back up once DME has extra trachs covered by insurance

    Honestly you sound way over your head and very inexperienced to be working alone. I've never seen a hospital agree to discharge a fresh pediatric trach to a solo independent nurse always to an experienced agency that can staff the 16-24hrs x14 Days typical for fresh trach.

    Are you taking the case because you know the parent or because you have experience in direct care pediatrics and pediatric home case management?

  • Feb 11

    Quote from nr92
    I was thinking spending $450 for a accredited ekg tech course I found in my search. Those guys have night shift right?

    Most hospitals have techs or nurses do ECGs. I've not seen a dedicated EGV tech in decades

  • Feb 11

    Quote from nr92
    I was thinking spending $450 for a accredited ekg tech course I found in my search. Those guys have night shift right?

    Most hospitals have techs or nurses do ECGs. I've not seen a dedicated EGV tech in decades

  • Feb 9

    Why you would take pictures at work and post with unprofessional commentary while TAGGING the facility!! Tagging a location alert can be generated to the business/facility

  • Feb 9

    I've had dozens of new pedi & infant trach vent discharges. Exactly one had BP ordered and only because of comorbid cardiac & renal issues due to a congenital/genetic condition. One. BP is not a standard assessment in respiratory pediatrics. Temp, apical heart rate, respirations, SpO2 and pain. DME provides the pulse oximiter and initial emergency supplies. First trach bag comes home with the client. My agency supplies the back up once DME has extra trachs covered by insurance

    Honestly you sound way over your head and very inexperienced to be working alone. I've never seen a hospital agree to discharge a fresh pediatric trach to a solo independent nurse always to an experienced agency that can staff the 16-24hrs x14 Days typical for fresh trach.

    Are you taking the case because you know the parent or because you have experience in direct care pediatrics and pediatric home case management?

  • Feb 8

    Why you would take pictures at work and post with unprofessional commentary while TAGGING the facility!! Tagging a location alert can be generated to the business/facility

  • Feb 8

    I've had dozens of new pedi & infant trach vent discharges. Exactly one had BP ordered and only because of comorbid cardiac & renal issues due to a congenital/genetic condition. One. BP is not a standard assessment in respiratory pediatrics. Temp, apical heart rate, respirations, SpO2 and pain. DME provides the pulse oximiter and initial emergency supplies. First trach bag comes home with the client. My agency supplies the back up once DME has extra trachs covered by insurance

    Honestly you sound way over your head and very inexperienced to be working alone. I've never seen a hospital agree to discharge a fresh pediatric trach to a solo independent nurse always to an experienced agency that can staff the 16-24hrs x14 Days typical for fresh trach.

    Are you taking the case because you know the parent or because you have experience in direct care pediatrics and pediatric home case management?

  • Feb 8

    Why you would take pictures at work and post with unprofessional commentary while TAGGING the facility!! Tagging a location alert can be generated to the business/facility

  • Feb 8

    Why you would take pictures at work and post with unprofessional commentary while TAGGING the facility!! Tagging a location alert can be generated to the business/facility

  • Feb 4

    Consult an administrative law attorney experienced in license defense. This is likely to go before the BoN and require professional ethics training at minimum. The association of nurse attorneys has a directory of attorneys. TAANA Executive Office - Home

  • Jan 31

    Yes. You don't get issued a license if you fail. Congratulations!

  • Jan 29

    Quote from smartnurse1982
    Social skills is a really hard topic for me,as i have higher functioning autism.

    I cannot show interest in a person if i truly do not like them,and i certainly cannot fake it.
    I tried so hard to smile all the tine,but i felt so fake and stopped it.
    Why should I have to alter *my* comfort level so someone else can feel comfortable?

    Since it is Christmas,this makes this topic even harder.
    I do not celebrate any holidays,including birthdays.
    I do not celebrate the holidays,and when someone wishes me a Merry Christmas,i do not say anything back.
    People think I am then being an itch.
    Why not just say "thank you" or "have a nice day" if someone offers a holiday greeting? It's simple acknowledgement that someone spoke to you and offered a greeting not an offer of celebration. (Saying have a nice day was a suggestion by a speech pathologist for a middle schooler that has a form of autism and wanted an idea rather than turn away or ignore the person)

  • Jan 28

    No that would be workers comp


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