Vishwamitr 2,931 Views
Joined Apr 2, '12 - from 'Hollywood, FL, US'.
Vishwamitr is a RN.
He has '15' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Psychiatry'.
Posts: 157 (45% Liked)
Yes. Unfortunately, you are the only one. You are starting off on a wrong foot. I am not sure if nursing is for you.
Makes no sense at all. Are you still considering working there?
Yes you can. As long as you don't work over 24 hours.
Why does MQA require that FL nurses submit their CEUs to CEBrokers prior to applying for license renewal? Aren't they just some middleman? License renewal used to be a 1-2-3 process. Now it is complicated process.
Dude, what's up with this ridiculous string of "degrees"? Whom are you trying to impress? CNA? LPN? Really?
May I suggest that you try out Utilization Review nurse position where you do not need to do bedside nursing but rather deal with the insurance companies and physicians?
I cannot believe that someone started a thread about flatus. So uncouth.
This M.D. once gave me an order to, "Continue same medications that the patient is taking at home." We almost ended up at the Arbitration Board of the hospital.
Hand-sanitizers are a false sense of security. This myth that these products sanitize our hands has been vigorously "hysterisized" (I know there is no such word) by the duo Mr. Proctor & Mr. Gamble.
Ohio LPN, not being uncommon does not mean that it is legal or acceptable. We used to have slavery, segregation, and apartheid in this world and they were not uncommon either. So please don't bring up such arguments, "that it is not uncommon in LTC" which tantamount to agreement if not endorsement.
Nick, unless you are a JD, I think you posted your comment sitting at the bar (pun intended).
Hi Holly, I'd write an e-mail to H.R. and Risk-Management and copy her on it. Let us know if she is still employed there. RM would immediately see that she is an immense liability to the hospital. You could sue for big $$$.
Good for you.
Oh please! Don't make it look like 40 is old. Go for it, young lady.
You are going to "PM" her? What does that entail?
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