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Joined Jun 20, '05 - from 'AZ'. She has '12' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'various'. Posts: 994 (51% Liked) Likes: 1,625

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    BeckyESRN likes this.

    Quote from BeckyESRN
    That's freaking brilliant! Why don't all hospitals do this?!?

    Pet Peeves from the school nurse: Not saying "Thank you"
    -Walking into my office demanding things-I have a 4th grader that I've trying to retrain since I started here, he walks in and yells what he wants "Ice pack" "bandaid" whatever, makes me crazy-
    -Parents that repeatedly send their kids to school ridiculously ill-once I can forgive, sometimes you can't get that last minute sitter, but a heads up would be nice!-
    -Parents that berate the nurse because their special snowflake has head lice, yep it's totally my fault; in fact I sprinkled them on their head just to inconvenience you!
    -Teachers who constantly question my nursing judgement or make diagnosis- snowflake coughs r/t allergies and walks in saying "My teacher said that I have pneumonia"
    I Triple like this!!

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    MassED, AndyB, and tntrn like this.

    Quote from MunoRN
    The release of what and how much we know following these sort of events is managed by the intelligence community, you seem to be arguing she should have disregarded their decisions about what information was going to be released and when. Believe it or not, at any given time there are various people in the government who know of information that isn't freely dispersed to the media, this isn't a new thing.

    I haven't forgotten her e-mail to Chelsea, however since the purpose of abiding by the information the intelligence community has chosen to release is to keep the groups or individuals we are investigating from knowing what we know at that time I'm not sure why you think it makes a difference that she told her daughter a more candid explanation.

    Because she lied straight to the victim's mother, that's why! Chelsea had more of a right to know the truth than the mother? Really?

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    MassED and AndyB like this.

    Quote from AndyB
    In September 2012 Hillary blamed an “awful internet video” for the deaths of four American heroes in Benghazi. Hillary Clinton made the statements as the bodies of the four dead Americans were brought back to US soil.

    She made the public comments just three days after the assault on the compound that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty.

    But thanks to leaked Wikileaks emails we now know that Hillary Clinton wrote Chelsea during the Benghazi attacks telling her Americans were killed by an al-Qaeda like group.

    Hillary later lied and blamed the attack on a YouTube video. And the director of the YouTube video was later arrested. Four years after the deadly Benghazi terrorist attack Hillary Clinton is running for president and Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, who made the video, is broke, destitute and living in a homeless shelter.

    And this alone is why I despite this woman. She knew what happened, and she lied about it. Continually. And had her minions do the same. Wikileaks and the Congressional hearings proved it. How could she, as a mother, look those Benghazi families mothers and families in the face and lie like she did? She has no conscience. Shame on her, and shame on her supporters who support her lies.

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    Hammy???Gone????????Never to return???

    OH NO!!

    Do you think he went to the Great Hamster Wheel in the Sky?? I once had a dog who "went to live on a farm in upstate New York". Do you think he went there?


    (plays taps for Hammy...)

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    Quote from Supernrse01
    I'll bring the head lice that I am so frequently accused of stashing since it is always the school's fault!
    Good one!

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    No offense, but you lost me somewhere in the top third of your post... Anyway, the Board is the one making the rules and you'll have to do what they ask.
    I still can't figure out how you ended up with all these charges that weren't true either.
    My brain may just be tired today!

    P.S. to Far - notice the three ellipses

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    Praiser, SullyRN, MrNurse(x2), and 7 others like this.

    I had a first grader tell me yesterday that he's had a sore throat "since I was a baby"

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    Quote from tining
    I dread having to call the parents. I have and "Allergic to grape juice" this year. Clarification - gives her a stomach ache. Sigh.
    Yes, I have this same problem. It's always the "odd" allergy that this seems to apply to. Once our data clerk sees this on the registration form, she enters in onto the child's record. When the teacher accesses it, they just see "ALERT - FOOD ALLERGY" but doesn't say "grape juice" which causes a panicked call to me from the teacher "OMG I DIDN"T KNOW THEY HAD AN ALLERGY WHAT AM I GOING TO DO?" This generally happens when I have a clinic full of sick kids and 4 kids waiting to take their ADHD meds with absolutely no impulse control . After chasing it down it inevitably ends up being a stomach ache or "she just doesn't like it" per Mom. WHAT A WASTE OF MY TIME!!!! I do not have the time to trace down 300 plus reports of "allergies" for 900+ kids. If someone brings me in MD documentation and medication, I take it very seriously. Otherwise I figure if they can't be bothered to bring in anything it must not be that bad.

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    OldDude and Cattz like this.

    Quote from OldDude
    I don't recall seeing your request to withdraw from school nursing come across the committee's desk for approval...
    Can I be on the committee???? Please? Pretty Please? With sugar on top???

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    BP 200/100 with chest pain/pressure - adult, seizure activity - child

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    Cattz, Farawyn, and OldDude like this.

    I'll bring the cold compresses for, ya know....and the thermometer so we can play "doctor"

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    Two 911 calls already. Yikes😮

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    GmaPearl BSN RN, Farawyn, and Cattz like this.

    I had a teacher that was highly sensitive, and any essential oils would trigger a severe asthma attack. Student was moved to a different classroom. Personally, I can't stomach the smell of patchouli oil...