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  • 9:53 am

    Quote from ReneeGA
    Khayslett Have you done your webinar yet? I would really like some info. Thanks!!
    Tagging doesn't work like FB. This member hasn't been on this site since Jan 18 when they posted about the webinar.

  • 9:01 am

    You still need to follow the internationally educated nurse:

    Nurses Licensed in Another State

    If you are licensed as a nurse in another state, you must submit the following:

    • Application for Licensure (Form 1) along with the $143 fee;
    • Certification of Professional Education (Form 2)(if you are foreign educated please use CGFNS. See Verifying Education Credentials From Non-U.S. Programs above for additional information.); and
    • Verification of licensure in another state by using Nursys or submitting a Verification of Professional Licensure/Certification (Form 3) (See below).The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) handles verification of licensure for a majority of states through their Nurse System (Nursys). You can check to see if the state(s) where you are licensed as a nurse participates in Nursys by visiting their Web site at www.nursys.com or by calling them at 1-866-819-1700.
      If the state(s) where you are licensed as a nurse participates in Nursys, you must request verification of your licensure from Nursys, not the state(s).
      If your state(s) of licensure does (do) not appear on the Nursys list, you must use the Verification of Other Professional Licensure/Certification (Form 3) to verify your licensure to New York State.
      Please note, if you hold any other professional licenses in states other than New York, you must also use Form 3 to verify that licensure to New York State.

  • Mar 21

    Seriously? Invasive procedures you are unqualified to perform learned via you tube?

    I envision amputaion secondary to gangrene or other necrotizing condition only because I've seen the outcome first hand with self inflicted invasive treatment & self-tattoos.

    i suggest you go to bed and come back and read what you wrote

  • Mar 20

    And as an LPN you require RN oversight to write the care plan and supervise your practice. You need to account for this in your costs

  • Mar 20

    You won't meet the regency of practice requirements to be licensed if you have not worked as a nurse in 10+ years

  • Mar 18

    Is your detergent rated for hot water? Most are intended to be used in warm water

  • Mar 18

    Is your detergent rated for hot water? Most are intended to be used in warm water

  • Mar 18

    Simulation = non-clinical areas or lab either on mannequins or other students. Where you practice skills and demonstrate competency before working with actual patients.
    patient care= supervised nursing skills in the care areas listed either under a nursing school clinical instructor or licensed nurse as preceptor.

    One must have classroom/theory and clinical/practical hours in all domains adult, geriatric, pediatrics, obstetric/maternity, and psych/mental health plus community health Theory/classroom instruction in science, anatomy & physiology (with lab), microbiology, nutrition, pharmacology, sometimes chemistry, English, communications, developmental psychology and sociology.


    Acute- inpatient acute care facility usually OR, L&D, critical care, medical-surgical, pediatrics and inpatient mental health

    long term care is nursing home, subacute rehab long term facility based care

    community could be community outpatient or partial mental health, community clinic, home health/visiting nurses"

  • Mar 17

    Seriously? Invasive procedures you are unqualified to perform learned via you tube?

    I envision amputaion secondary to gangrene or other necrotizing condition only because I've seen the outcome first hand with self inflicted invasive treatment & self-tattoos.

    i suggest you go to bed and come back and read what you wrote

  • Mar 17

    Seriously? Invasive procedures you are unqualified to perform learned via you tube?

    I envision amputaion secondary to gangrene or other necrotizing condition only because I've seen the outcome first hand with self inflicted invasive treatment & self-tattoos.

    i suggest you go to bed and come back and read what you wrote

  • Mar 17

    Seriously? Invasive procedures you are unqualified to perform learned via you tube?

    I envision amputaion secondary to gangrene or other necrotizing condition only because I've seen the outcome first hand with self inflicted invasive treatment & self-tattoos.

    i suggest you go to bed and come back and read what you wrote

  • Mar 16

    Quote from Mariaberry84
    The only thing I can think of is maybe jello or apple sauce. but for a five month old, I'm not really sure. Can't really find anything besides opinions when researching. Also seems like no one has a real answer or a good reference. Smh
    Jello--colored sugar water with gelatin. Zero electrolytes. But it's clear.

    Can you see through applesauce? Nope? Not a clear liquid. And not for vomiting. Applesauce is part of the old school BRATT diet for non-infectious diarrhea Bananas Rice Applesauce Tea and (white) Toast bulking agents to bulk up fast moving watery BMs. Not appropriate for infants. The current recommendation is hold off solids until 6+ months when possible

    What haooens in vomiting? Especially in a five month old infant. What is their fluid volume level? What critical ions are lost during vomiting and dehydration? Hint high of low potassium can kill someone.

    Rather than give you the answer I googled "clear liquid to treat infant dehydration". The answer is NOT water. Read this:
    Infant Dehydration: Enemy Number One

  • Mar 15

    Quote from Mariaberry84
    The only thing I can think of is maybe jello or apple sauce. but for a five month old, I'm not really sure. Can't really find anything besides opinions when researching. Also seems like no one has a real answer or a good reference. Smh
    Jello--colored sugar water with gelatin. Zero electrolytes. But it's clear.

    Can you see through applesauce? Nope? Not a clear liquid. And not for vomiting. Applesauce is part of the old school BRATT diet for non-infectious diarrhea Bananas Rice Applesauce Tea and (white) Toast bulking agents to bulk up fast moving watery BMs. Not appropriate for infants. The current recommendation is hold off solids until 6+ months when possible

    What haooens in vomiting? Especially in a five month old infant. What is their fluid volume level? What critical ions are lost during vomiting and dehydration? Hint high of low potassium can kill someone.

    Rather than give you the answer I googled "clear liquid to treat infant dehydration". The answer is NOT water. Read this:
    Infant Dehydration: Enemy Number One

  • Mar 15

    This could be a nurse approaching her/his 70's/80's. I'm not sure you will find one here. Check your local senior village, nursing home or assisted living. Or even hospital volunteer group. They may have some retired nurses as residents that may be happy to speak with you.

  • Mar 14

    Quote from Mariaberry84
    The only thing I can think of is maybe jello or apple sauce. but for a five month old, I'm not really sure. Can't really find anything besides opinions when researching. Also seems like no one has a real answer or a good reference. Smh
    Jello--colored sugar water with gelatin. Zero electrolytes. But it's clear.

    Can you see through applesauce? Nope? Not a clear liquid. And not for vomiting. Applesauce is part of the old school BRATT diet for non-infectious diarrhea Bananas Rice Applesauce Tea and (white) Toast bulking agents to bulk up fast moving watery BMs. Not appropriate for infants. The current recommendation is hold off solids until 6+ months when possible

    What haooens in vomiting? Especially in a five month old infant. What is their fluid volume level? What critical ions are lost during vomiting and dehydration? Hint high of low potassium can kill someone.

    Rather than give you the answer I googled "clear liquid to treat infant dehydration". The answer is NOT water. Read this:
    Infant Dehydration: Enemy Number One


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