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Hi my name is Karen and I'm an RN currently working LDRP and Clinical Nursing instructor for PEDS. I just would like to talk to and find out what is going on out there in the World of Nursing... Read More
Nov 18, '00Hi, I'm Anne and I work as a School Nurse(the only one) in Cloudcroft, New Mexico (the state not the country...an inside joke). Love to hear from other nurses around the world. I am curious about other practices. E-mail me at email@example.com. Great Idea!!!
Dec 30, '00OB RN in Panama City, FL. Would love to chat. Have worked for five years in OB. Do L&D, NSY, PEDS, PP. We have a Level II NICU, we do some high risk pregnancies. We have 2 hospitals. I work at both. One has a ten LDRP set up with mother baby and the other is a five LD set up with post partum/nsy care. They are both very different in themselves. Write me if you are interested in talking.
Jan 10, '01Hey nurses: Count me in. I left the ER after several years & went to L&D lasst April. I'm glad I made the transition. There really is something special about being part of someones life for a short time.
Mar 9, '01Sure would be great to hear from some of you nurses on my posting on this site. My name is Todd and I am a L/D nurse for just over 1 year and really glad I stuck it out. The begginning was rough but i feel I am better for it. I would love to hear your opinions
on men in OB nursing, either experinces with, opinions about, or whatever. I plan on compiling some of the info and submitting it to a nursing journal to help bring this issue to the forfront of OB. I love this area and thank God daily for the opportunity
to work L/D. Women like yourselves with open hearts, and minds have made my transition into this area as smooth as glass.
Feel freee to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
My posting on this site is
Women need only Apply A Male perspective..
thanks for your help and input...
Mar 4, '02Hi there,
My name is Martha and I have been a OB RN (special interest delivery) for almost 13 years. I think it takes several years, at least in understaffed community hospitals with no residents, to feel reasonably cofident in delivery...As I have said before, though, anyone who ever truly feels at ease in delivery probably shouldn't be there...Prior to OB I was in cardiac step down, pediatrics, med surg and diabetes teaching....Would enjoy talking to others and hearing the similarities and differences around the country and around the world....Also thinking of writing a book some day that good naturedly pokes fun at patients instead of nurses....We would be the good guys instead of the other way around....I am at MoCrownRN@hotmail.com and would enjoy hearing from you. Krystal , I have one in college and 3 under 4! With the last one I was convinced I had an ulcer ( it was morning sickness!) So much for my alleged OB expertise!
Mar 4, '02Hi, my name is Teresa and I am not a nurse yet, but a nursing student VERY interested in Maternity. I just finished my maternity rotation in my ADN program and loved it! Right now I am trying to decided what area of OB to go into because I have an excellent opportunity to work as a student nurse at Yale New Haven Hospital in L&D, PP, or High Risk OB that will lead to a job after graduation. I was thinking that PP might be for me to start to get skills down before going to L&D which I know is very active. Feel free to email me at Teresab_2000@excite.com.
Mar 7, '02My name is Tricia, and I've been an RN since July 01. Did Cardiac ICU, ICU, and open heart recovery in school...have done ER since October. I'm also interested in eventually going into L/D, trying research, and getting my MSN to be a NP. Would love to email!
May 7, '02Count me in. I would love to chat and email with other nurses around the world. I have been in L&D for 8 years and love it. I started from the ground and worked my way up. from nsg. asst, unit sec, lpn, rn to charge nurse. I really love my job,
May 8, '02Hi all,
Would love to email with other L&D, PP nurses. I worked med-surg and ER for nearly 6 yrs and got the opportunity to go into L&D in Sept. I really enjoy it most of the time, but sure don't feel real confident. Need a lot of one on one training and I feel like I could sure use more at times.
I work in a small hospital, with 3 LDR's and we could put 6 pts on our PP without using any of our LDR's for PP. There are about 10 of us staffing our unit and have 2 obstetricians.
Would love to hear from any of you. My email address: email@example.com
May 15, '02I will be graduating from my BSN program on Sunday!
Currently studying for boards.
Will work at Yale New Haven on the L&D unit in late July.
12 week internship.
May 30, '02My name is Meghan, I did 10 mos in Medsurg and have been doing L/D post partum for 1 1/2 years now. would love to have some one to email My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
May 30, '02Hi Meghan, I'm sure I am not what you have in mind as an e mail buddy since I am not yet a nurse - I was looking for a mentor and you are both, in California (like me) and also in LD which is what I am interested in. If you are willing to be a buddy to a newbie please let me know: ) I am at email@example.com Beware - I have a million questions!
May 30, '02I am Debbie, an RN in the Seattle, WA area. I do LDRP, well newborn, and GYN surgical nursing here. I have been a nurse since 1997...a latecomer to the game. I am an Air Force veteran of 10 years who used to do systems analysis and supply. I got out, used my GI BILL, intending to get a degree in computer science, and decided to change halfway thru to nursing. Never looked back, I LUV it!!!!!!
Anyhow, enuf about boring ole me: if you are interested in correspondence, let me know, I will email you. I will check back here to see. I am not one to post my email addy openly in a forum like this , but would welcome online "pen pals". I have been there, the one with a million and a half questions and would love to help YOU!