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  1. BEST on-line for uniform scrubs
    www.uniformadvantage.com It's really good, and a lot to choose from.
    Aug 11, '06
    Forum: Nursing Scrubs / Uniforms / Gear
  2. Delivering lab specimens...what do you think?
    Don't most places hire someone to do all that? It shouldn't be your responsibility- especially off the clock.
    Aug 10, '06
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  3. Thank you's - memorable ones you've received?
    I have recieved little gifts from people, but someone saying thank you for making their/or spouses hospital stay better just makes the job worth doing!
    Aug 10, '06
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  4. nurses with disabilities
    I posted this under the South Carolina forum without a lot of response... and I thought maybe someone here could help me out! Thanks! Hi everyone, I am 25 years old and was diagnosed with...
    Aug 10, '06
    Forum: Nurses With Disabilities
  5. "But I'm pregnant . . ."
    Some things pregnant women do need some help with... but the woman you are referring too is taking advantage of the situation. Have you talked with your manager about it? It's not far for you to pull...
    Aug 10, '06
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  6. Any former/current pharmacy techs around?
    I worked 4 years as a pharm tech at a drug store through nursing school. It was definetly a big help. When we went to clinicals, I was usually the only person who knew anything about the meds. The...
    Aug 10, '06
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  7. Archived SC Nurses Posts from 2004
    SRMC has a level III NICU, and I think that Mary Black is just a level I. I had clinical in the MB NICU for school and their isn't much to it. Look into SRMC and GHS.
    Aug 8, '06
    Forum: South Carolina Nursing
  8. Archived SC Nurses Posts from 2004
    In the upstate, SRMC, their is no difference in pay from ADN/BSN. When I was a new nurse, our starting pay was exactly the same. But, like it was said, BSN have more long term opportunities.
    Aug 8, '06
    Forum: South Carolina Nursing
  9. Archived SC Nurses Posts from 2004
    I graduated from there... I think it's a great program and I learned a great deal. I would definetly recommend it.
    Aug 8, '06
    Forum: South Carolina Nursing
  10. Archived SC Nurses Posts from 2004
    Spartanburg Regional (in Spartanburg, SC) uses that program
    Aug 8, '06
    Forum: South Carolina Nursing
  11. nurses with disabilities
    Hi everyone, I am 25 years old and was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis about a year ago. For about 4 months I have been looking for a new job with no luck. Here is my dilema... I need a desk job....
    Aug 8, '06
    Forum: Nurses With Disabilities


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