Latest Comments by traceydenise

Latest Comments by traceydenise

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Joined Aug 26, '12. Posts: 14 (7% Liked) Likes: 2

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    I have 4 kids and married.not easy.mine 14 years and under

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    I'm 44 so I'm trying tho stay in VA system. Great retirement.

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    Thank you. Good advice. I will definitely look into informatics.I did not realize it was that lucrative.

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    I'm at the VA in salem virginia. in my program I have a choice between education informatics administration. I'm going to do a dual. Education and something else. What is a pretty penny 6 figures?

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    yes it is a physical job

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    which VA are you at?

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    do you think informatics is more lucrative in education or administrative.

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    I'm currently doing the captain to Msn right now

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    Virginia. I'm about to get my masters and I'm unsure of which direction to go. I've been critical care all my life. what is the most lucrative position did a message to be nurse can hold? any suggestions please. I'm in the VA system and don't wish to leave.

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    I'm getting my masters.I've been a critical care nurse all my career. What is the most lucrative area for a nurse with masters.I was thinking education with an administrative certificate.I'm in virginia don't know if NP is worth it. Appreciate any suggestions.ty

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    What states do you guys think are the best VA's and the highest paying?

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    I work at a government facility. We use propofol all the time. We used it at the university hospitals I worked in as well. The doses I've seen used vary. we must remember that many patients we see now are polysubstance abusers. Their tolerance will be much higher than the average person. We must be willing to treat the patient and not the textbook numbers. The human body is unique. What works for one may do nothing for another

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    Ruby09 and Bottomed out like this.

    Hospitals are becoming more interested in hiring new grads in icu's for several reasons. A new grad is not caught up in old beliefs or previous learned practices. They can be molded to the philosophies of the hospital in which they are hired. Bottom line they don't come with bad habits or old baggage

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    Taking care of a burn patient is one of the most rewarding jobs a nurse can have. It's hard work but well worth the gratitude



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