sirI, MSN, APRN, NP Admin 102,040 Views
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Which is why I said the APN must be "adventurous". Read that, "highly structured" and able/willing to follow rote protocols. Stepping out of said protocols is "practicing medicine w/o a license".
Hello BSNHopefull and welcome to allnurses.com
I just wanted to welcome you and wish you much good luck in the UT Tyler program.
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Please do not bring the conversation down on a one-on-one personal level. You all know that never ends well.
Please keep to the topic. If someone violates TOS, report as always and if someone irritates the honk outta you, place them on ignore ...
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You are going to have to post a little more information here. What exactly are you wanting? Your question is very vague and because of that, members will probably not come along and assist you.
Also, when you do explain a little more on the topic, what have you come up with so far? We certainly will help you as a Nursing student, but you need to show your work, too.
So, help us out a little and tell us exactly what you are wanting to ask/talk about, show what you have come up with thus far, then the members will be happy to help you.
Everyone, please just talk about the topic w/o making it personal.
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Carry on (use the ignore feature ... it saves squeezing of the coronary arteries).
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