How Can You Be A Nurse With No Clinical Background? - page 5
I find that odd. The foundation of nursing skill and ''critical thinking'' is having some experience with bedside care. I understand alot of new grads are running away from the bedside faster than ever, and alot of nurses are... Read More
- 0Feb 7, '13 by db2xsQuote from ThePrincessBrideI was 24 when I graduated with my first bachelor's (non-nursing). I'm now 39 about to graduate with a BSN. I anticipate getting my master's when I'm in my mid-40s after getting some experience.If I go straight through, I will be 26/27 years old by the time I'm finished (23 after graduating with a BSN). I don't want to be in my thirties and JUST starting a family (I would like three to five children) and I would like to be finished with having children by 35, leaving me with very little time to have those three, four (MAYBE five) children.
Life isn't a race. Enjoy your 20s, that's what I say :-)
- 0Feb 7, '13 by mariebailey, MSN, RNHow often you use you technical skills is not directly proportional to how much of a nurse you are. Critical thinking and therapeutic patient care are required to be a qualified nurse.
I feel like you are suggesting that bedside nursing is superior to other specialties, and that is a fallacy.
- 0Jun 9, '13 by green34My ex's mom went into infection control. She was crazy, but she never worked on the floor. She went for her MPH after getting her BSN and met the head of the infection control department of a teaching hospital in a class. She was hired a few months later. She was looked down by other RNs when she went to a different hospital because she didn't have experience. I found it out by talking to my clinical instructor when I mentioned I wouldn't go to the other hospital she worked at due to the fact that my ex and I had a nasty breakup with police involved.