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Joined Jun 28, '11 - from 'Virginia'. Palliative Care, DNP is a DNP, FNP. She has 'Since 2009' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Family Nurse Practitioner'. Posts: 686 (53% Liked) Likes: 1,612

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  • 8:26 pm

    This is how adults are acting in the work place and yet society wonders why bullying is such a problems for children in school. I find this appalling, immature, unacceptable, and overall pathetic. Regardless of your opinion this interviewee is a person with feelings deserving of respect. If this nurse can perform her job functions then it is really no ones business what her weight is. The fact that employees were not called out on this bad behavior is why it continues. Personally, I would have said spoken up about the issue to those at the nurse's station. What a welcoming work environment.

  • 7:25 pm

    This is how adults are acting in the work place and yet society wonders why bullying is such a problems for children in school. I find this appalling, immature, unacceptable, and overall pathetic. Regardless of your opinion this interviewee is a person with feelings deserving of respect. If this nurse can perform her job functions then it is really no ones business what her weight is. The fact that employees were not called out on this bad behavior is why it continues. Personally, I would have said spoken up about the issue to those at the nurse's station. What a welcoming work environment.

  • 4:56 pm

    This is how adults are acting in the work place and yet society wonders why bullying is such a problems for children in school. I find this appalling, immature, unacceptable, and overall pathetic. Regardless of your opinion this interviewee is a person with feelings deserving of respect. If this nurse can perform her job functions then it is really no ones business what her weight is. The fact that employees were not called out on this bad behavior is why it continues. Personally, I would have said spoken up about the issue to those at the nurse's station. What a welcoming work environment.

  • 12:56 pm

    This is how adults are acting in the work place and yet society wonders why bullying is such a problems for children in school. I find this appalling, immature, unacceptable, and overall pathetic. Regardless of your opinion this interviewee is a person with feelings deserving of respect. If this nurse can perform her job functions then it is really no ones business what her weight is. The fact that employees were not called out on this bad behavior is why it continues. Personally, I would have said spoken up about the issue to those at the nurse's station. What a welcoming work environment.

  • 11:24 am

    This is how adults are acting in the work place and yet society wonders why bullying is such a problems for children in school. I find this appalling, immature, unacceptable, and overall pathetic. Regardless of your opinion this interviewee is a person with feelings deserving of respect. If this nurse can perform her job functions then it is really no ones business what her weight is. The fact that employees were not called out on this bad behavior is why it continues. Personally, I would have said spoken up about the issue to those at the nurse's station. What a welcoming work environment.

  • 9:01 am

    This is how adults are acting in the work place and yet society wonders why bullying is such a problems for children in school. I find this appalling, immature, unacceptable, and overall pathetic. Regardless of your opinion this interviewee is a person with feelings deserving of respect. If this nurse can perform her job functions then it is really no ones business what her weight is. The fact that employees were not called out on this bad behavior is why it continues. Personally, I would have said spoken up about the issue to those at the nurse's station. What a welcoming work environment.

  • Dec 6

    Quote from BostonFNP
    1. Because research has shown better outcomes are associated with BSN+ degree RNs.

    2. Because of the nursing surpless, employers are afforded the ability to be picky about who they hire and have started to prefer it.

    3. Because of Magnet status. See 1 and 2.

    Why do you all of a sudden bring it up?
    In addition to all of these points, what happened to wanting to pursue higher education for self improvement? Why are nurses not aspiring to learn more and better prepare themselves? I am one of those who believes it is time to make the BSN the entry point to becoming an RN. Many people consider nursing a vocation type of employment. Most types of healthcare fields require a Bachelor's degree and it is time that we narrow down how to become an RN. Our field looks disorganized when there are still diploma programs, associate's degrees, and the BSN. Just my humble opinion so feel free to disagree.

  • Dec 6

    Seriously consider completely online vs brick & mortar. I attended a hybrid program. During my interview process for my first job I was asked if I ever set foot on campus. I said yes we had specific dates and times to be on campus. I also became licensed in the state of my school and completed some clinical hours there. The panel interviewing me said "Good thing that you can tell us that and show us where you were licensed there. We aren't hiring NPs from completely online programs." This is a large hospital chain in my area. So my education made the difference between getting the job or missing many job opportunities in my area.

  • Dec 6

    Quote from BostonFNP
    1. Because research has shown better outcomes are associated with BSN+ degree RNs.

    2. Because of the nursing surpless, employers are afforded the ability to be picky about who they hire and have started to prefer it.

    3. Because of Magnet status. See 1 and 2.

    Why do you all of a sudden bring it up?
    In addition to all of these points, what happened to wanting to pursue higher education for self improvement? Why are nurses not aspiring to learn more and better prepare themselves? I am one of those who believes it is time to make the BSN the entry point to becoming an RN. Many people consider nursing a vocation type of employment. Most types of healthcare fields require a Bachelor's degree and it is time that we narrow down how to become an RN. Our field looks disorganized when there are still diploma programs, associate's degrees, and the BSN. Just my humble opinion so feel free to disagree.

  • Dec 6

    Quote from BostonFNP
    1. Because research has shown better outcomes are associated with BSN+ degree RNs.

    2. Because of the nursing surpless, employers are afforded the ability to be picky about who they hire and have started to prefer it.

    3. Because of Magnet status. See 1 and 2.

    Why do you all of a sudden bring it up?
    In addition to all of these points, what happened to wanting to pursue higher education for self improvement? Why are nurses not aspiring to learn more and better prepare themselves? I am one of those who believes it is time to make the BSN the entry point to becoming an RN. Many people consider nursing a vocation type of employment. Most types of healthcare fields require a Bachelor's degree and it is time that we narrow down how to become an RN. Our field looks disorganized when there are still diploma programs, associate's degrees, and the BSN. Just my humble opinion so feel free to disagree.

  • Dec 6

    Quote from BostonFNP
    1. Because research has shown better outcomes are associated with BSN+ degree RNs.

    2. Because of the nursing surpless, employers are afforded the ability to be picky about who they hire and have started to prefer it.

    3. Because of Magnet status. See 1 and 2.

    Why do you all of a sudden bring it up?
    In addition to all of these points, what happened to wanting to pursue higher education for self improvement? Why are nurses not aspiring to learn more and better prepare themselves? I am one of those who believes it is time to make the BSN the entry point to becoming an RN. Many people consider nursing a vocation type of employment. Most types of healthcare fields require a Bachelor's degree and it is time that we narrow down how to become an RN. Our field looks disorganized when there are still diploma programs, associate's degrees, and the BSN. Just my humble opinion so feel free to disagree.

  • Dec 6

    Quote from BostonFNP
    1. Because research has shown better outcomes are associated with BSN+ degree RNs.

    2. Because of the nursing surpless, employers are afforded the ability to be picky about who they hire and have started to prefer it.

    3. Because of Magnet status. See 1 and 2.

    Why do you all of a sudden bring it up?
    In addition to all of these points, what happened to wanting to pursue higher education for self improvement? Why are nurses not aspiring to learn more and better prepare themselves? I am one of those who believes it is time to make the BSN the entry point to becoming an RN. Many people consider nursing a vocation type of employment. Most types of healthcare fields require a Bachelor's degree and it is time that we narrow down how to become an RN. Our field looks disorganized when there are still diploma programs, associate's degrees, and the BSN. Just my humble opinion so feel free to disagree.

  • Dec 6

    Seriously consider completely online vs brick & mortar. I attended a hybrid program. During my interview process for my first job I was asked if I ever set foot on campus. I said yes we had specific dates and times to be on campus. I also became licensed in the state of my school and completed some clinical hours there. The panel interviewing me said "Good thing that you can tell us that and show us where you were licensed there. We aren't hiring NPs from completely online programs." This is a large hospital chain in my area. So my education made the difference between getting the job or missing many job opportunities in my area.

  • Dec 6

    Quote from BostonFNP
    1. Because research has shown better outcomes are associated with BSN+ degree RNs.

    2. Because of the nursing surpless, employers are afforded the ability to be picky about who they hire and have started to prefer it.

    3. Because of Magnet status. See 1 and 2.

    Why do you all of a sudden bring it up?
    In addition to all of these points, what happened to wanting to pursue higher education for self improvement? Why are nurses not aspiring to learn more and better prepare themselves? I am one of those who believes it is time to make the BSN the entry point to becoming an RN. Many people consider nursing a vocation type of employment. Most types of healthcare fields require a Bachelor's degree and it is time that we narrow down how to become an RN. Our field looks disorganized when there are still diploma programs, associate's degrees, and the BSN. Just my humble opinion so feel free to disagree.

  • Dec 4

    I'm sorry but you won't like this response. After being out of school 4 yrs and taking the NCLEX 7 times it is time to re-evaluate. Whether that is refresher courses or moving on is up to you. After failing 7 times there is a systematic breakdown occurring.


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