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Joined Aug 21, '12 - from 'Buena Park, CA, US'. cathering is a RN, BSN, ADN, PHN. Posts: 80 (20% Liked) Likes: 37

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    Hi. I applied to acute care np program as well! Thank you for starting the thread! Super nervous! What are your guys experience history? I have been m/s nurse for 2 years....

    stay in touch,
    catherine

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    Hello fellow nurses,

    Hope all of you are having great experiences at UCLA!

    I am about to submit my application for the UCLA Acute Care NP program, but I thought I would ask for some advice on personal statement essay and the application content in general before. What kind of things in your essay do you think was vital in getting your acceptance at UCLA? What kind of things should my recommendation letters include? ANY advice would be greatly appreciated!

    Thank you so much in advance~

    Sincerely,
    Catherine

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    Hello fellow nurses,

    Hope all of you are having great experiences at UCLA!

    I am about to submit my application for the UCLA Acute Care NP program, but I thought I would ask for some advice on personal statement essay and the application content in general before. What kind of things in your essay do you think was vital in getting your acceptance at UCLA? What kind of things should my recommendation letters include? ANY advice would be greatly appreciated!

    Thank you so much in advance~

    Sincerely,
    Catherine

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    i just saw this on AN homepage and i thought it was perfect for you. http://allnurses.com/general-nursing...t-1009261.html

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    you should get him on the ground asap. since he has a pulse start rescue breathing. tell aide to call 911 and get vitals. you don't have time to listen to apical pulse, check the carotid! do you have a bag mask on your floor? if not i don't think your facility is well prepared for emergencies....

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    air 13". i got refurbished with top of the line specs for as much as the new with low specs. it came with 1 yr warranty. works perfectly and sooo light. my friend had 11" and it gets hard when u have multiple windows and have to go back and forth between them

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    happyinmyheart likes this.

    I use erin condren. She breaks up the week by morning, day, and night, but I organize mine as work, school, and misc./social

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    nope new grad at a different hospital... in riverside-corona area... i dont know if she is pm shift. but she is er. thank you everyone

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    I think it may also be that my friend was hired in ER. But yes she is getting almost $40. I am not sure if she is night though.

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    Hi I don't mind. It was $31.74 + benefits. FT Day Shift

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    littlepeopleRNICU likes this.

    Thank you everyone for bringing me back to reality. I am so fortunate to have found a job so I am crazy for even contemplating a negotiation. Haha. It was that my friends got hired and are getting $5+ more than me so I thought maybe I should have negotiated.

    I got in a new grad program for Med-Surg floor. However, they said after 6 months on M/S, they will train me for ICU which is what I wanted in the first place. And its day shift so I got very lucky!

    Cathy

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    JustMe54, Purple_roses, joanna73, and 2 others like this.

    Thank you all so much!

    You are absolutely right, I am very thankful to have a job. I just thought I would ask (:

    Catherine

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    Hi everyone,

    I am a new grad RN and I was recently hired as a new grad RN. I accepted and I signed all the paperwork. I am just waiting to start on June 1st.

    I was wondering, is it too late for me to negotiate salary? Also, if I do negotiate salary how many dollars increase can I ask? Is $5 too much?

    Thank you so much.

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    dorkypanda, elkpark, bsnprg, and 1 other like this.

    when i was in nursing school, esp during clinicals, i was so focused on my patients that i would not have even noticed a unicorn flying around in the room... unless that unicorn was flying over my patient of course X)


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