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Joined Jan 16, '11 - from 'NY'. She has '6' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Med-Surg 1, Emergency 5, CEN 2/2016'. Posts: 1,030 (62% Liked) Likes: 2,652

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  • 10:52 pm

    Because their mothers can have complications in the middle of visiting their neonates?

    Im only guessing.

  • May 2

    I work in an urban hospital. All assault patients are automatically placed on privacy protocols or the hospital on lock down depending on the situation.

  • Apr 29

    I work in an urban hospital. All assault patients are automatically placed on privacy protocols or the hospital on lock down depending on the situation.

  • Apr 29

    I work in an urban hospital. All assault patients are automatically placed on privacy protocols or the hospital on lock down depending on the situation.

  • Apr 29

    1. You are never alone. Just ask (or yell!) for help. It's ok!
    2. Experienced nurses have seen new nurses before. Give yourself a break.
    3. When it hits the fan, breathe. Deep and slow.
    4. Real life is more forgiving than nursing school.
    5. Never drink at work parties. Never.
    6. Do work activities (bowling, kickball, etc)
    7. You don't have to call a code to just have security hang out for a second if a patient is creeping you out. Just call them and ask if they mind hanging out for a second.
    8. CONGRATULATIONS!!! YOU DID IT!!

  • Apr 29

    Local Hospital Goes Green, Begins Tattooing ID Bracelets on Frequent Flyers to Limit Paper Waste | GomerBlog

    If only this were true!! An article from Gomerblog to make you laugh...


    SAN FRANCISCO, CA – In a move lauded by environmental groups and advocates for patient safety, local health system St. Indignant’s rolled out a new pilot program tasked with studying the efficacy of tattooing patient identifiers on the wrists of some of their high-volume population

  • Apr 27

    Local Hospital Goes Green, Begins Tattooing ID Bracelets on Frequent Flyers to Limit Paper Waste | GomerBlog

    If only this were true!! An article from Gomerblog to make you laugh...


    SAN FRANCISCO, CA – In a move lauded by environmental groups and advocates for patient safety, local health system St. Indignant’s rolled out a new pilot program tasked with studying the efficacy of tattooing patient identifiers on the wrists of some of their high-volume population

  • Apr 27

    Local Hospital Goes Green, Begins Tattooing ID Bracelets on Frequent Flyers to Limit Paper Waste | GomerBlog

    If only this were true!! An article from Gomerblog to make you laugh...


    SAN FRANCISCO, CA – In a move lauded by environmental groups and advocates for patient safety, local health system St. Indignant’s rolled out a new pilot program tasked with studying the efficacy of tattooing patient identifiers on the wrists of some of their high-volume population

  • Apr 27

    Local Hospital Goes Green, Begins Tattooing ID Bracelets on Frequent Flyers to Limit Paper Waste | GomerBlog

    If only this were true!! An article from Gomerblog to make you laugh...


    SAN FRANCISCO, CA – In a move lauded by environmental groups and advocates for patient safety, local health system St. Indignant’s rolled out a new pilot program tasked with studying the efficacy of tattooing patient identifiers on the wrists of some of their high-volume population

  • Apr 26

    I'm actually going through exactly the same thing right now and I agree with PixieRN.

    I just moved to a level 1 from the level 2 hospital. I went from being a student nurse to an experienced nurse with deep established friendships. But at the new place I don't know anyone, can't find anything, struggle with their different computer charting or some of their different equipment, or know any of their policies. It's awful!... at first.

    However, I am slowly getting acclimated and apart from the one jerk saying "Why didn't you YYY, I thought you were already a nurse somewhere else," it's taken me a third of the time to adjust as when I first started at the ED in 2012. Mostly it's just FINDING stuff.

    As a side bonus, while you are orienting you get guaranteed lunch breaks! And bathroom breaks!! Whee! You better believe I'm taking advantage of that.

  • Apr 26

    Oh boy, do I. Hope it got better.

  • Apr 26

    1. You are never alone. Just ask (or yell!) for help. It's ok!
    2. Experienced nurses have seen new nurses before. Give yourself a break.
    3. When it hits the fan, breathe. Deep and slow.
    4. Real life is more forgiving than nursing school.
    5. Never drink at work parties. Never.
    6. Do work activities (bowling, kickball, etc)
    7. You don't have to call a code to just have security hang out for a second if a patient is creeping you out. Just call them and ask if they mind hanging out for a second.
    8. CONGRATULATIONS!!! YOU DID IT!!

  • Apr 25

    1. You are never alone. Just ask (or yell!) for help. It's ok!
    2. Experienced nurses have seen new nurses before. Give yourself a break.
    3. When it hits the fan, breathe. Deep and slow.
    4. Real life is more forgiving than nursing school.
    5. Never drink at work parties. Never.
    6. Do work activities (bowling, kickball, etc)
    7. You don't have to call a code to just have security hang out for a second if a patient is creeping you out. Just call them and ask if they mind hanging out for a second.
    8. CONGRATULATIONS!!! YOU DID IT!!

  • Apr 24

    1. You are never alone. Just ask (or yell!) for help. It's ok!
    2. Experienced nurses have seen new nurses before. Give yourself a break.
    3. When it hits the fan, breathe. Deep and slow.
    4. Real life is more forgiving than nursing school.
    5. Never drink at work parties. Never.
    6. Do work activities (bowling, kickball, etc)
    7. You don't have to call a code to just have security hang out for a second if a patient is creeping you out. Just call them and ask if they mind hanging out for a second.
    8. CONGRATULATIONS!!! YOU DID IT!!

  • Apr 24

    1. You are never alone. Just ask (or yell!) for help. It's ok!
    2. Experienced nurses have seen new nurses before. Give yourself a break.
    3. When it hits the fan, breathe. Deep and slow.
    4. Real life is more forgiving than nursing school.
    5. Never drink at work parties. Never.
    6. Do work activities (bowling, kickball, etc)
    7. You don't have to call a code to just have security hang out for a second if a patient is creeping you out. Just call them and ask if they mind hanging out for a second.
    8. CONGRATULATIONS!!! YOU DID IT!!


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