Latest Likes For NJnewRN

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Joined Sep 9, '12. Posts: 114 (39% Liked) Likes: 113

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  • Apr 28

    Well, I'm from NJ and I was a new RN. I think that says it all.

  • Apr 25

    Well, I'm from NJ and I was a new RN. I think that says it all.

  • Apr 25

    Well, I'm from NJ and I was a new RN. I think that says it all.

  • Apr 25

    Well, I'm from NJ and I was a new RN. I think that says it all.

  • Apr 25

    Well, I'm from NJ and I was a new RN. I think that says it all.

  • Nov 24 '15

    Sometimes I have an increase sense of awareness. I can tell when something about a person is not right. Sure enough the person either falls or something crazy happens, but I sensed the danger long before it happened.

  • Nov 17 '15

    I sent you a pm. All the best to you.

  • Nov 15 '15

    Sometimes I have an increase sense of awareness. I can tell when something about a person is not right. Sure enough the person either falls or something crazy happens, but I sensed the danger long before it happened.

  • Nov 15 '15

    Sometimes I have an increase sense of awareness. I can tell when something about a person is not right. Sure enough the person either falls or something crazy happens, but I sensed the danger long before it happened.

  • Jul 11 '15

    Sometimes I have an increase sense of awareness. I can tell when something about a person is not right. Sure enough the person either falls or something crazy happens, but I sensed the danger long before it happened.

  • Jun 25 '15

    My dear, I feel your pain. The stress of working in the hospital caused me to go on medications. I got myself off the medications and I never went back to work on the floor. It's been 7 months and I feel like throwing up when the thought crosses my mind. I don't blame you. It's not worth it.

  • May 18 '15

    First, I wish I could give you a hug. Nursing is tough isn't it? Yup. Welcome. It's a cut throat world. I feel for you. I've seen instances where the nurses allow incompetent nurses to continue because they refused to let that person fail. It all takes time. Learn from this experience. It's a field filled with wonderful people and people who are backstabbers. Don't dwell on it. Pick yourself up. This is will pass. Start applying for other jobs. When you go on the interview tell your perspective employer something like, I tried peds and it just wasn't a good fit. I really believe that this is a better area for me. There are other people that will give you chance. Take care. We are your family here. We want you to succeed. All the best to you.



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