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Joined Oct 9, '04. She has 'Ten plus' year(s) of experience. Posts: 8,014 (39% Liked) Likes: 8,440

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  • Jul 24

    Borderline diabetic. You are or you aren't. Taking insulin? Pretty sure you are

  • Jul 24

    Borderline diabetic. You are or you aren't. Taking insulin? Pretty sure you are

  • Jul 23

    Borderline diabetic. You are or you aren't. Taking insulin? Pretty sure you are

  • Jul 22

    I lost 210 pounds in one day.


    i kicked the first husband out.

  • Jul 22

    Borderline diabetic. You are or you aren't. Taking insulin? Pretty sure you are

  • Jul 21

    OP: LPNs don't work under a nurse. They are nurses who carry their own insurance and are responsible for their actions and decisions and report back to the Charge Nurse.

    An 86% pass rate is nothing to brag about. My class had 72 write the exam and all passed.

    CDI has a dismal record and are not permitted to educate PNs in my province.

    Yes, where you went to school can affect a hiring decision. If there have been graduates of a programme hired with poor skills and requiring lengthy orientation periods, managers are less likely to take chance on you.

    I graduated from one of the best PN programmes in the country with basic skills that exceeded what BC taught but found it hard to get hired there because I wasn't a local grad. Great references but not local.

  • Jul 21

    Borderline diabetic. You are or you aren't. Taking insulin? Pretty sure you are

  • Jul 20

    OP: LPNs don't work under a nurse. They are nurses who carry their own insurance and are responsible for their actions and decisions and report back to the Charge Nurse.

    An 86% pass rate is nothing to brag about. My class had 72 write the exam and all passed.

    CDI has a dismal record and are not permitted to educate PNs in my province.

    Yes, where you went to school can affect a hiring decision. If there have been graduates of a programme hired with poor skills and requiring lengthy orientation periods, managers are less likely to take chance on you.

    I graduated from one of the best PN programmes in the country with basic skills that exceeded what BC taught but found it hard to get hired there because I wasn't a local grad. Great references but not local.

  • Jul 20

    OP: LPNs don't work under a nurse. They are nurses who carry their own insurance and are responsible for their actions and decisions and report back to the Charge Nurse.

    An 86% pass rate is nothing to brag about. My class had 72 write the exam and all passed.

    CDI has a dismal record and are not permitted to educate PNs in my province.

    Yes, where you went to school can affect a hiring decision. If there have been graduates of a programme hired with poor skills and requiring lengthy orientation periods, managers are less likely to take chance on you.

    I graduated from one of the best PN programmes in the country with basic skills that exceeded what BC taught but found it hard to get hired there because I wasn't a local grad. Great references but not local.

  • Jul 20

    AHS is the main employer of nurses in my province. So unless they go the private clinic route or the Catholic system, it would be discovered pretty quickly.

    factor in the $10+ an hour difference and you wouldn't see many new RNs working their old LPN lines

  • Jul 20

    I've never heard of that in my hospital. PN and RN are in different unions. Any RN working is PN shift will have a grievance filed against them

  • Jul 20

    AHS is the main employer of nurses in my province. So unless they go the private clinic route or the Catholic system, it would be discovered pretty quickly.

    factor in the $10+ an hour difference and you wouldn't see many new RNs working their old LPN lines

  • Jul 20

    Borderline diabetic. You are or you aren't. Taking insulin? Pretty sure you are

  • Jul 20

    I've never heard of that in my hospital. PN and RN are in different unions. Any RN working is PN shift will have a grievance filed against them

  • Jul 20

    Yup, the only person I've ever heard of losing her licence lost it due to lack of hours worked. Not for the narc she stole, abused, and got sent to rehab for.

    Being downright dangerous and almost senile? Still fit to practice. Because nobody wants to copilot the documentation and submit it to CARNA because it would hurt the Rn in questions feelings. So, scheduled to work the quiet shifts with 'strong' nurses. I mud you not.


    CDI graduates were so poorly prepared that CLPNA forbid them to function as a PN programme here


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