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Joined Jul 25, '05 - from 'United States'. cjcsoon2bnp is a ED RN and Clinical Instructor. He has '5' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Psych/Mental Health & ED'. Posts: 1,185 (45% Liked) Likes: 1,484

“Breast Is Best”: A Mantra to Promote Infant Health? or Stigmatizing Adage to Guilt Moms

by cjcsoon2bnp - Before I go too far into this article, and risk being stoned to death by the maternal-child nurses, lactation consultants, and midwives out there, I would like to make a few critical points. ...

What are you an “expert” in on your unit? Becoming the “go-to” guy/gal for ...

by cjcsoon2bnp - All nurses begin with a foundation of basic knowledge instilled during nursing school to which we add specialized knowledge in specific area(s) of practice through continuing education and...

Confessions of a Clinical Instructor (CI) - Part I

by cjcsoon2bnp - Let’s face it, no one ever made millions off of being a nursing clinical instructor (CI) or entered nursing academia for the glitz or glamor. Most people become a CI because they are (a) passionate...

Study Tips/Academic Success from a Forever Student

by cjcsoon2bnp - Like most students, I find balancing the commitments of education, family, and work a daily challenge. Currently, I'm a working graduate student with a growing family and so I have little spare time...

Becoming Dad: A Humbling Birth Experience of a New Father and Nurse

by cjcsoon2bnp - Most people who know me from this site know that in addition to being a practicing nurse and graduate student, I’m also a new dad. For the entirety of my wife’s pregnancy, I read everything I could...

Confessions of a Clinical Instructor (Part II)

by cjcsoon2bnp - Students can be both a blessing and a curse for any clinical instructor (CI). We relish the days when we see the light blub turn on when a student connects the pieces from what they learn in class...

Creating a Nurse's "Mobile Office"

by cjcsoon2bnp - Mobile Office Nowadays it is not uncommon to see students who work or volunteer while in nursing school and nurses in practice who have more than one job or have returned to school to further...


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