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  1. Top 10 Reasons Against Unions
    Yes, many of the unions are run by nurses!
    Sep 29, '12
    Forum: Collective Bargaining / Nursing Union
  2. Student Nurse Externships Out There?
    I found a great site --- http://www.globalhealthnurse.org --- great resources for nursing students (and nurses) interested in Global Health.
    Sep 4, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  3. Student Nurse Externships Out There?
    Hi All! I am student who will finish up my sophomore year of nursing (BSN) in the end of Spring. I was wondering if anyone knew of any great student nurse externship programs :typing...
    Jan 13, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  4. Student Nurse or Nursing Student
    Thank you, this has been really helpful. I will look at our Board of Nursing and see what they say about it...
    Nov 4, '08
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  5. Student Nurse or Nursing Student
    The teacher that wants us to use "Nursing Student" is adamantly opposed to Student Nurse...That's why I ask.
    Oct 2, '08
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  6. Student Nurse or Nursing Student
    At my school one teacher likes our nursing students to go by "nursing students," another says that we are "student nurses." A great deal of this question is semantics of course, but enquiring...
    Oct 2, '08
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  7. Exciting Event for Nursing Students
    The Oregon Student Nurses' Association will be holding its annual state conference on February 23 and 24 (23rd-Nursing Students, 24th-prenursing students, 24th-special NCLEX review for nursing...
    Feb 1, '08
    Forum: Oregon Nursing
  8. Attn Oregon nursing students - OSNA
    Get experience serving as a leader in a prestigious and vital organization. The Oregon Student Nurse's Association is now looking for board members to serve on its board of directors --- we seek...
    May 22, '07
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  9. Can I practice in WA and OR?
    What do CNAs do to be licensed in both states? (OR as CNA, WA as NAC)
    May 17, '07
    Forum: Oregon Nursing
  10. How would you tell your boss this?
    All medical facilities in each state are subject to their state's 'state board of nursing.' Best you contact your state's 'state board of nursing (https://www.ncsbn.org/515.htm),' let them know the...
    May 14, '07
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  11. Volunteers for the Oregon Student Nurses Association
    If you are a student and interested in getting involved with the Oregon Student Nurses Association (as a volunteer), please email me here by going through your allnurses.com email and sending it to...
    May 10, '07
    Forum: Oregon Nursing
  12. Pioneer Pacific's LPN program
    Various educational institutions offer points/incentives/recommendations for CNAs to get in. It does look like being an LPN is more helpful. RK
    May 3, '07
    Forum: Oregon Nursing
  13. Pioneer Pacific's LPN program
    Hmmm...yes, my very sister was very excited when she found the LPN info about pioneer pacific (she thought it might be helpful to me as a shorter step towards nursedom). I talked with my teacher at...
    May 2, '07
    Forum: Oregon Nursing
  14. Newbie to this forum
    I know that the Marquis companies will pay for your CNA...but in Oregon I have not seen hospitals paying for the RN portion. Some will pay for portions of your degree after you've graduated, and I...
    Apr 14, '07
    Forum: Oregon Nursing
  15. Good Bye to Nursing for me...
    I honestly think any job is hard. Ok, get ready for tough, but kindly meant advice here: I say this from experience, since 10 years ago I worked my way up to Manager (in a different field from...
    Apr 7, '07
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  16. Where can I get a CNA in Oregon?
    Toffutti, I haven't had time to thank you for the information about PCC's CNA program, but here it is now --- thank you! I didn't know of it's existence, since every time I requested information...
    Apr 6, '07
    Forum: Oregon Nursing
  17. Where can I get a CNA in Oregon?
    Thanks so much Tofutti - this is really helpful! I wasn't sure about PCC's CNA program (through Mt Hood) and this cinches it. I think I'm just going to push through prereq's at PCC and try for OHSU,...
    Jan 14, '07
    Forum: Oregon Nursing
  18. Does Better Pay = Better Care?
    best to pay people for the hard work they do. nuff' said!
    Jan 10, '07
    Forum: Nursing News
  19. Good Bye to Nursing for me...
    I truly believe that ANY job IS difficult and requires people and social skills of patience and tact, no matter what field you choose. I say this with experience being a bit of a renaissance...
    Jan 10, '07
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  20. Where can I get a CNA in Oregon?
    This is a very informative thread for newbies to nursing like me. I received a BFA with top marks (and work as a marketing manager, web designer, graphic designer, and technical editor), but decided...
    Nov 10, '06
    Forum: Oregon Nursing


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