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The experience I gained in the ICU and trauma ED was invaluable when I became an FNP.
Good luck with your decisions and with your APRN career.
You really need to get approval from your healthcare provider before utilizing treatment(s) that may/may not be appropriate and/or warranted.
We cannot offer the medical advice you seek.
We do hope you can get relief.
You need to talk with your healthcare provider and/or seek out the opinion of another. Per the TOS, we cannot offer the medical advice you require.
We wish you well with your pregnancy and a safe uneventful delivery.
Yes, questions and concerns about this personal medical issue needs to be discussed with the health care team as we cannot offer personal medical advice per the TOS.
We do hope for a positive outcome ...
Rose_Queen is correct, please speak with your healthcare provider for we cannot provide the medical advice you require.
We hope you are feeling a lot better.
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HAPPY THANKSGIVING everyone.
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We moved your thread to the Nursing Student Assistance forum where Nurses will come along and help you.
Hello GM2RN, ebarnnicu, Mya514, and Mert55
I have sent you all the litigation software recommendations.
As stated above, what you are asking for is medical advice and we cannot provide that for you per the Terms of Service (TOS).
We are glad you are feeling better.
If you have questions about the IV site, please speak with your HCP.
We hope you continue to improve and be well.
I feel so draw to this specialty. I am trying to move to Tampa because there are courses in that area. Is there anything I can take online that will count toward credentials?
How hard is it for an LPN to go into this specialty
Forensic Nurses Week is organized by the educative Nursing association, International Association of Forensic Nurses.
Forensic Nurses are all-important individuals who, along with their love of the Law blended with their love for Nursing, can help those who have been neglected, abused, sexually assaulted and/or are the victim of any crime of violence, including intentional/unintentional death. These Nurses are beneficial in communicating with Law Enforcement agencies and have been instrumental in helping to prosecute violent offenders as well as create anti-violent crime units in many cities across the United States, Australia, the UK, and Canada.
Forensic Nursing is a specialty recognized by the American Nurses Association. Several years ago, this writer submitted an Article that pointed out how the role of the Forensic Nurse was still in its infancy; although there are many who enter into this field of Nursing, this is still true today. We still need to raise awareness.
Many individuals ask who can become a Forensic Nurse and do they have to have a Masters degree in Nursing. Any licensed Nurse, Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), can become a Forensic Nurse. There are certificate programs available and many individuals are post-graduate prepared (Masters, PhD), although a post-graduate degree is not required to practice Forensic Nursing.
Types of Forensic Nurses (not all inclusive):
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