Latest Likes For Mom To 4, DNP-FNP

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Mom To 4, DNP-FNP, DNP 8,960 Views

Joined Jun 28, '11 - from 'Virginia'. Mom To 4, DNP-FNP is a DNP, FNP. She has 'Since 2009' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Family Nurse Practitioner'. Posts: 634 (51% Liked) Likes: 1,429

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  • 9:24 pm

    My husband is the specially trained pharmacist of whom you speak. He has a Doctorate in Pharmacy and trust and believe in all of his education he received way more than an hour on injections and giving them

  • 9:06 pm

    Doesn't matter so long as you pass. I took A&P I & II at the same time in one summer through NVCC online. I earned a C in both. Hardest class ever especially online. Today, I have a DNP. Hasn't held me back in any capacity.

  • May 29

    Doesn't matter so long as you pass. I took A&P I & II at the same time in one summer through NVCC online. I earned a C in both. Hardest class ever especially online. Today, I have a DNP. Hasn't held me back in any capacity.

  • May 29

    Doesn't matter so long as you pass. I took A&P I & II at the same time in one summer through NVCC online. I earned a C in both. Hardest class ever especially online. Today, I have a DNP. Hasn't held me back in any capacity.

  • May 28

    Personally, I am of the opinion that is no one's business why you are calling in. I also worked nights and it can take a lot out of you. I don't feel like we should have to explain why we can not get to work. The important part is that you provide adequate notice so that coverage for the shift may be found. I agree with others that nursing seems to have expectations that you will work no matter the conditions. Take care of yourself because the employer is not going to look out for you.

  • May 28
    From TEXASWAG In DNP

    I joined the ranks of fellow DNPs Saturday. It feels so wonderful to graduate after 4 years in the BSN to DNP program! I have my AANP exam scheduled and look forward to finding my first job.

  • May 28
    From wtbcrna In DNP

    I joined the ranks of fellow DNPs Saturday. It feels so wonderful to graduate after 4 years in the BSN to DNP program! I have my AANP exam scheduled and look forward to finding my first job.

  • May 27

    For me it would just be choosing an alternate health care path years ago.

  • May 27

    I joined the ranks of fellow DNPs Saturday. It feels so wonderful to graduate after 4 years in the BSN to DNP program! I have my AANP exam scheduled and look forward to finding my first job.

  • May 27

    For me it would just be choosing an alternate health care path years ago.

  • May 26

    Personally, I am of the opinion that is no one's business why you are calling in. I also worked nights and it can take a lot out of you. I don't feel like we should have to explain why we can not get to work. The important part is that you provide adequate notice so that coverage for the shift may be found. I agree with others that nursing seems to have expectations that you will work no matter the conditions. Take care of yourself because the employer is not going to look out for you.

  • May 26

    Personally, I am of the opinion that is no one's business why you are calling in. I also worked nights and it can take a lot out of you. I don't feel like we should have to explain why we can not get to work. The important part is that you provide adequate notice so that coverage for the shift may be found. I agree with others that nursing seems to have expectations that you will work no matter the conditions. Take care of yourself because the employer is not going to look out for you.

  • May 26

    Personally, I am of the opinion that is no one's business why you are calling in. I also worked nights and it can take a lot out of you. I don't feel like we should have to explain why we can not get to work. The important part is that you provide adequate notice so that coverage for the shift may be found. I agree with others that nursing seems to have expectations that you will work no matter the conditions. Take care of yourself because the employer is not going to look out for you.

  • May 25

    Personally, I am of the opinion that is no one's business why you are calling in. I also worked nights and it can take a lot out of you. I don't feel like we should have to explain why we can not get to work. The important part is that you provide adequate notice so that coverage for the shift may be found. I agree with others that nursing seems to have expectations that you will work no matter the conditions. Take care of yourself because the employer is not going to look out for you.

  • May 25

    Personally, I am of the opinion that is no one's business why you are calling in. I also worked nights and it can take a lot out of you. I don't feel like we should have to explain why we can not get to work. The important part is that you provide adequate notice so that coverage for the shift may be found. I agree with others that nursing seems to have expectations that you will work no matter the conditions. Take care of yourself because the employer is not going to look out for you.


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