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By Wave Watcher

Joined Nov 5, '11. Wave Watcher is a RN. She has '5' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'School Nurse, Ortho/Neuro, Prison Nurse'. Posts: 465 (62% Liked) Likes: 1,209

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  1. As a nurse with more than 18 years under my belt and a nursing instructor, if I ever found one of my student's patient...
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    Forum: General Nursing Student
  2. You've been a class act throughout, BusyBee. I'm sure you possess the necessary skills to evaluate the impact of your...
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    Forum: General Nursing Student
  3. Yes, I see she meant to be silly, all's good. I think I just read enough posts from people who likened the activity of...
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    Forum: General Nursing Student
  4. I thought wave was being sarcastic.....
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    Forum: General Nursing Student
  5. Welcome to Allnurses! :hrns&wlcm: (I myself prefer to play Air Kazoo while doing the Touchdown Dance)
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    Forum: General Nursing Student
  6. Wow, talk about the pot calling the kettle black. The OP from there first post had never cleared it with their instructor...
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    Forum: General Nursing Student
  7. This is just a question, where do these students go? I am not disagreeing with your policy, btw, just asking a question. I...
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    Forum: School Nurses
  8. Oh I don't mean to derail the thread but I misread the title and thought the question was "Do you keep your clothes on in...
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    Forum: School Nurses
  9. I keep clothes ON everywhere. :/
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    Forum: School Nurses
  10. You're a nevernude too? ;)
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    Forum: School Nurses
  11. Mine are stacked in alphabetical order on top of my med cabinet. The boxes have to have the original pharmacy label, but I...
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    Forum: School Nurses
  12. Mine are the exact way.
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    Forum: School Nurses
  13. i get too frustrated using the titmus machine and so do the kids. I just use the good old reliable Snellen chart. It;s...
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    Forum: School Nurses
  14. I teach in an undergraduate nursing program while also working as an RN and as a student in a PhD program. Nursing students...
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    Forum: General Nursing Student
  15. Playing a trumpet is s bit extreme. I personally would find someone using their cell phone very distracting if they were in...
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    Forum: General Nursing Student
  16. If someone sits in the back row playing the air trumpet during class, it wouldn't distract the front row, however I BET it...
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    Forum: General Nursing Student
  17. I usually use my regular phone browser when getting on the site here, so I have been seeing the same thing anyone using a...
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    Forum: General Nursing Student
  18. Well now I wonder if it was a scarf, a hat, or an afghan blanket and what colors were being used?
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    Forum: General Nursing Student
  19. So we're expected to ignore all inappropriate distractions but the OP isn't expected to conduct herself like an adult and...
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    Forum: General Nursing Student
  20. Yet another reason why we Homeschool. :)
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    Forum: School Nurses
  21. Yes!! I just send home my first "From the Nurse's Office" newsletter this year and the first item on it? When you NEED to...
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    Forum: School Nurses
  22. Thank you! This is what I needed to hear. I thought after school it would get better! Not so true! :-) but it's good to know...
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    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  23. Breathe...RELAX!!! It will get better! You are still a new nurse. Now I will tell you, in LTC settings it can be stressful...
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    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  24. NOOOOOOO! I work for an allergy/asthma clinic and we don't even allow school nurses to administer allergy shots to our pts....
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    Forum: School Nurses
  25. How about Puberty Materials for Parents - P&G School Programs They have information, videos, etc.
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    Forum: School Nurses
  26. The Care and Keeping of You: The Body Book for Younger Girls - branded American Girl as well, so it may help with the girls...
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    Forum: School Nurses
  27. What are SGOs?
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    Forum: School Nurses
  28. It is the parent's responsibility . . . don't budge.
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    Forum: School Nurses
  29. Sweet I will pm you my email, Thx!! He is in house until prob Thurday....talked to him last night, in pretty good spirits,...
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    Forum: School Nurses
  30. You said it Wave Warcher!!! I have 1300 students, not enought hours in the day for me to do stuff like that. I canbarely...
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    Forum: School Nurses
  31. Haha....oh hell yes she did however the opinion of someone who seems to have the compassion level of a serial killer means...
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    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  32. Thank you for your answers! I was thinking along the same lines but needed (wanted) some backup. The dad said in the...
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    Forum: School Nurses
  33. The dad said in the email: "Does your school, via the on site nurse, offer the administering of these allergy shots (I...
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    Forum: School Nurses
  34. absolutely not. i would not stake my license simply for the convenience factor for the parents.
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    Forum: School Nurses
  35. And trying to get a freebie to avoid an office visit??? Maybe I'm cynical and this could just be more convenient for...
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    Forum: School Nurses
  36. Nope, nope, nope. :no: I cannot imagine there is an allergist who sign off on those orders. And if there is, I would not...
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    Forum: School Nurses
  37. Do you think it's fair to leave your children home Ill and unattended so you don't let your coworkers down???? When push...
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    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  38. We should all be able to refuse anything with a polite, "No thank you". No questions asked.
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    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  39. That's sad. The poor kid. I have never seen a cockroach in anyone's ear but in the hospital we found a lot of strange...
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    Forum: School Nurses
  40. The situations that we see and experience with some kids... :no:
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    Forum: School Nurses
  41. ugh both of these situations are disgusting...
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    Forum: School Nurses
  42. This week I dealt with something that never crossed my mind I would see...roaches in a child's ears! This kid came in with...
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    Forum: School Nurses
  43. So I graduated 2 months ago and took a long 2 weeks off...no studying or anything. I'll list all my resources I used to...
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    Article Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  44. Thank you very much for your kind words. It has been beyond disappointing for all of this to happen as nursing has always...
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    Forum: LPN / LVN Corner
  45. Oh heavens....NO APOLOGY necessary. I have done it...we all have. I have a few "Oops my bad :facepalm:" on here so don't...
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    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  46. Good evening, Everyone! Yesterday, I prematuely posted an article without checking for its validity. I've spent the past...
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    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  47. The purpose of these assignments is generally to interview a nurse in person. While it's safe to say that the vast majority...
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    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  48. Most people don't know nurses personally. That is kind of the whole point of these types of assignments. You are supposed to...
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    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  49. Check the allergy & asthma network website
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    Forum: School Nurses
  50. I was raised in the South and was taught "please, thank you, Sir, and Ma'am." You would be surprised how many people are...
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    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations


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