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Joined Apr 4, '11. Posts: 2,689 (51% Liked) Likes: 4,116

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  1. Don't do it for the money!
    Nursetonp
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  2. You would need to be very careful and read your scope from your state BON/BOM and facility very carefully before you care...
    chare
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  3. The BON, the current employer, future employers, the police, the DEA, patients, patients families, the poster, the posters...
    SLHLPN
    Forum: Nurses / Recovery
  4. The remediation requirement is there for the candidate's best interest. Failing a minimum competency exam three times...
    SlinkyheadRN
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  5. I know lots of FNPs that work as hospitalists. Make sure you talk to the employer about what your orientation program is...
    zmansc
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  6. What school did you go to? Have you contacted your program for assistance? Are you willing to relocate? Sent from my...
    TashaLPN2006RN2012
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  7. The remediation requirement is there for the candidate's best interest. Failing a minimum competency exam three times...
    Luckyyou
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  8. For US-educated candidates the pass rate for first time NCLEX-RN takers is 91%, for second time takers is 73%, then 60% for...
    LadyFree28
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  9. The remediation requirement is there for the candidate's best interest. Failing a minimum competency exam three times...
    LadyFree28
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  10. The remediation requirement is there for the candidate's best interest. Failing a minimum competency exam three times...
    Miiki SN
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  11. I know lots of FNPs that work as hospitalists. Make sure you talk to the employer about what your orientation program is...
    Alicia777
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  12. The remediation requirement is there for the candidate's best interest. Failing a minimum competency exam three times...
    ProfRN4
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  13. The remediation requirement is there for the candidate's best interest. Failing a minimum competency exam three times...
    RunnerRN2b2014
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  14. For US-educated candidates the pass rate for first time NCLEX-RN takers is 91%, for second time takers is 73%, then 60% for...
    OCNRN63
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  15. Now you have: Course Schedules | Nursing@Simmons If a quality program has less than one grad-level pharm course,...
    barnstormin'
    Forum: Advanced Practice Nursing
  16. Sorry, my deepest apologies. You started when, over the summer? Have you taken any of the diagnosis and management,...
    barnstormin'
    Forum: Advanced Practice Nursing
  17. Kutney-Lee, A., Sloane, D. M., & Aiken, L. H. (2013). An increase in the number of nurses with baccalaureate degrees is...
    Akewataru
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  18. For US-educated candidates the pass rate for first time NCLEX-RN takers is 91%, for second time takers is 73%, then 60% for...
    Nurse Leigh
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  19. The remediation requirement is there for the candidate's best interest. Failing a minimum competency exam three times...
    RNsRWe
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  20. The remediation requirement is there for the candidate's best interest. Failing a minimum competency exam three times...
    bb007rn
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  21. The remediation requirement is there for the candidate's best interest. Failing a minimum competency exam three times...
    Nurse Leigh
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  22. It's (nearly) an entirely different role so it is very difficult to compare directly. Most NPs move from long shifts, night...
    Soliloquy
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  23. Most graduate programs likely won't know/care how much you enjoy the bedside role. As others have said, I feel I am a...
    Soliloquy
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  24. The remediation requirement is there for the candidate's best interest. Failing a minimum competency exam three times...
    BuckyBadgerRN
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  25. The remediation requirement is there for the candidate's best interest. Failing a minimum competency exam three times...
    OCNRN63
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  26. The remediation requirement is there for the candidate's best interest. Failing a minimum competency exam three times...
    roser13
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  27. The remediation requirement is there for the candidate's best interest. Failing a minimum competency exam three times...
    JustBeachyNurse
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  28. The remediation requirement is there for the candidate's best interest. Failing a minimum competency exam three times...
    loriangel14
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  29. Most graduate programs likely won't know/care how much you enjoy the bedside role. As others have said, I feel I am a...
    zmansc
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  30. IMHO it's a different disorder in kids. But from UpToDate: "During vomiting episodes, the goal is to abort or shorten...
    foragreatergood
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  31. Just go back and edit your original post. It's a good read. Cleaning it up will make it that much better.
    AmyRN303
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  32. It's (nearly) an entirely different role so it is very difficult to compare directly. Most NPs move from long shifts, night...
    smspicer
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  33. Inferior in what way? Please cite an outcome study that supports this. Moreover, maybe all the NPs (including me) should be...
    RobBSNRN
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  34. My personal/professional opinion is that NP programs should not admit more students than they can provide and monitor...
    besaangel
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  35. FYI this is not true, legally or ethically. Sent from my iPhone.
    coast2coast
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  36. I understand your frustration at the situation. You have a lot of experience and on top of that your are...
    icuRNmaggie
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  37. This is way off-topic, but I would agree with changing a 74 year old off Tylenol PM (it's a Beers criteria drug). Trazodone...
    BrnEyedGirl
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  38. Why do credit hours matter if NP and MD outcomes are equivocal? Because more must mean better? Sent from my iPhone.
    BrnEyedGirl
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  39. I know you don't agree with the results, but survey-generated data is vital to much of nursing and medical research, and to...
    sslamster
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  40. Kutney-Lee, A., Sloane, D. M., & Aiken, L. H. (2013). An increase in the number of nurses with baccalaureate degrees is...
    sslamster
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  41. This is way off-topic, but I would agree with changing a 74 year old off Tylenol PM (it's a Beers criteria drug). Trazodone...
    midwestFNP
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  42. IMHO it's a different disorder in kids. But from UpToDate: "During vomiting episodes, the goal is to abort or shorten...
    JustBeachyNurse
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  43. If you failed the exam and don't think you are strong on clinical information why would you think a live review wouldn't...
    aprnKate
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  44. IMHO it's a different disorder in kids. But from UpToDate: "During vomiting episodes, the goal is to abort or shorten...
    psu_213
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  45. This is an entirely different topic from the OP. But there are several misconceptions that are represented in that op-ed...
    NYCGuy86
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  46. The MD does not need to see the patient at every visit (just the initial visit) nor formulate the POC, rather must simply be...
    Riburn3
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  47. 1. Respect is earned. There are lots of docs that don't respect nurses. There are a lot of nurses that don't respect docs....
    HarryTheCat
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  48. Why do credit hours matter if NP and MD outcomes are equivocal? Because more must mean better? Sent from my iPhone.
    LadyFree28
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  49. Inferior in what way? Please cite an outcome study that supports this. Moreover, maybe all the NPs (including me) should be...
    vumblevee
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  50. Inferior in what way? Please cite an outcome study that supports this. Moreover, maybe all the NPs (including me) should be...
    traumaRUs
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner


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