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OCRN3, MSN, NP 5,163 Views

Joined Dec 25, '12 - from 'OC SoCal'. OCRN3 is a Family Nurse Pactitioner. She has '16' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Med/surg, Tele, educator, FNP'. Posts: 387 (48% Liked) Likes: 499

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  • May 29

    This is so interesting, this recently happened to me, I was accused of substance abuse due to a conversation that was overheard by another. The other person said that due to my comment I was probably on something. I laughed it off and never gave it a second thought. Later the boss came at me and wants to know the details of the convo. I explained them, but it bothered me so much I resigned. They did not request a drug test though. Are you absolutely certain a drug test was asked for? I took this as an insult and immediately resigned. I was in the job for about 3 weeks when this occurred.

  • May 29

    This is so interesting, this recently happened to me, I was accused of substance abuse due to a conversation that was overheard by another. The other person said that due to my comment I was probably on something. I laughed it off and never gave it a second thought. Later the boss came at me and wants to know the details of the convo. I explained them, but it bothered me so much I resigned. They did not request a drug test though. Are you absolutely certain a drug test was asked for? I took this as an insult and immediately resigned. I was in the job for about 3 weeks when this occurred.

  • May 28

    This is so interesting, this recently happened to me, I was accused of substance abuse due to a conversation that was overheard by another. The other person said that due to my comment I was probably on something. I laughed it off and never gave it a second thought. Later the boss came at me and wants to know the details of the convo. I explained them, but it bothered me so much I resigned. They did not request a drug test though. Are you absolutely certain a drug test was asked for? I took this as an insult and immediately resigned. I was in the job for about 3 weeks when this occurred.

  • May 28

    I would quit after I had another job on hand. There is nothing wrong with quitting something you don't like! It's your quality of life!!!

  • May 28

    I would quit after I had another job on hand. There is nothing wrong with quitting something you don't like! It's your quality of life!!!

  • May 27

    I would quit after I had another job on hand. There is nothing wrong with quitting something you don't like! It's your quality of life!!!

  • May 27

    I would quit after I had another job on hand. There is nothing wrong with quitting something you don't like! It's your quality of life!!!

  • May 27

    I would quit after I had another job on hand. There is nothing wrong with quitting something you don't like! It's your quality of life!!!

  • May 27

    I would quit after I had another job on hand. There is nothing wrong with quitting something you don't like! It's your quality of life!!!

  • May 27

    I would quit after I had another job on hand. There is nothing wrong with quitting something you don't like! It's your quality of life!!!

  • May 27

    I would quit after I had another job on hand. There is nothing wrong with quitting something you don't like! It's your quality of life!!!

  • May 22

    Really? You guys need to stop bashing each other's school. In the big scheme of things I bet if you fail to save a patient, make a huge mistake on the floor, or just plain do something wrong, no one will care what school you go to. I also tend to think those new nurses with giant egos are the worst people to work with. You need to humble down. You might need the "bad school" graduate one day. I never questioned my charge where she went to school or the fact that I have a MSN and she has a ADN, or that I went to UCLA and she went to some community college. It's just not done. In the real world that type of attitude will set you up for failure. The whole "my degree will be more valued" comment is not true. It might get your foot in the door but it won't keep you thier.

  • May 19

    No,NPs can not replace MDs, they are too valuable! And who would us NPs consult with?[emoji85]

  • May 19

    No,NPs can not replace MDs, they are too valuable! And who would us NPs consult with?[emoji85]

  • May 9

    Quote from TabDWalker
    were you given lab values? Also, did you have pics to interpret or ecg?

    and, Could you tell me what you used to study for nonclinical portion?
    thank you!!
    Yes I was given lab values but the norms were shown, I got pictures and ekg strip on the ANCC

    For the on clinical portion I used the last chapter in Leik regarding the non clinical


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