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  1. Question
    Gentamycin is a significant antibiotic with severe side effects. Look up the potential side effects and what to look for with your patient.
    2:02 am
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  2. Identifying and differentiating smells
    That is what that smell is.
    1:50 am
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  3. (Color Blind Nurse)What hospital departments would require less color identification?
    I have a funny feeling that this nurse is not in the USA, there is a good chance that they are not using electronic records. Speak to the people running your course and see what they suggest. How...
    Oct 18
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  4. Please give me advice....
    That sounds like a lovely way to go. RIP. Have you ever heard about people getting better to die? There is no research but anecdotal evidence I seen it last week, a man that had metastatic cancer...
    Oct 13
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  5. Blood pressure-weird jump when taking it
    First korokoff sound
    Oct 10
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  6. Identifying and differentiating smells
    Pseudomonus in a wound. Malena
    Oct 10
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  7. US AD RN wants to move to Australia
    Registration with AHPRA and a visa is the first step. With the glut of nurses on the east coast no hospital is going to look to help you. WA or NT may assist you with it as they struggle a bit more...
    Oct 7
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  8. NZ nurse plans to migrate to Australia.
    What state? What city? Google hospitals in that area, contact them or look pn their website for positions.
    Oct 7
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  9. Nursing in Australia
    Agreed, you need experience before you come to a different country, very different health care system, different drugs etc. Most nursing agencies will point you in the direction of the dept of...
    Oct 1
    Forum: International Nursing
  10. Finding job in Australia
    Australia is not crying out for nurses, WA may be different but Sydney and Melbourne are definitely not. Also the Australian nursing and midwifery federation is our union it has nothing to do with...
    Sep 30
    Forum: Advice on Immigration
  11. Nursing agency/salary/taxes
    You can sign up to as many agencies as you want, another suggest is to contact hospitals to see if they have in house bank. This is a group that works PRN gets paid 25% of regular staff, cheaper to...
    Sep 29
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  12. Progress notes
    In resi care in Australia the care plan is your progress note if you understand? By signing that the resident got a shower M/W/F as per the care paln you have documented it. If you are working in...
    Sep 28
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  13. the cost of supplies for one month on a tele unit?
    How many pts, expected LOS, ask hospital supply dept for a quote. Are you supplying everything such as domestic products toilet paper, sharps bins, payi for waste disposal etc, equipment hire, I...
    Sep 22
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  14. Nursing as a Dual Citizen
    Nope, its all about getting registration with the relevant body.
    Sep 19
    Forum: International Nursing
  15. NHS patients being asked for credit card details prior to receiving treatment?
    We do it in Australia, in a fashion. If the pt is not entitled to a reciprocal agreement or have the health insurance that they should as part of their visa requirements we ask for payment if it a...
    Sep 19
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  16. Scottish Referendum & registration/NHS
    No won, so no panic team.
    Sep 19
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  17. What are you most vigilant about?
    Mo¨thcare and eye care.
    Sep 17
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  18. Staffing decisions
    So before I moved to Victoria, Australia it was the ward manager that fought for the ratios on the ward.
    Sep 15
    Forum: Nurse Management
  19. NEAT targets
    Well I'm in oz. The problem is that we are talking about public hospitals with limited beds available for inpatients
    Sep 10
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  20. NEAT targets
    O yes so I work gen surgery. Our ED has split it into 2 hrs for ED consult and assessment, 2 hrs for specialist referral and assessment. If the surgeons are in theatre's on a difficult case it...
    Sep 10
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  21. 0.8 vs. 1.0 EFT - difference in pay
    Not that much, check the ANMF website if you are a member. It depends on what year you are post registration.
    Sep 9
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  22. first nursing job offer but no benefits?
    Ok you mean health insurance, I read it it as medical liability insurance. Taking a random half day is different to calling in sick 6 days a month. If that is all take the job, you can always...
    Sep 5
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  23. first nursing job offer but no benefits?
    Why do you as a nurse need medical insurance? You will accrue time off, also you can negotiate with your boss to come in late that day and stay later or leave early.
    Sep 5
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  24. US-trained nurse looking to migrate to Australia or New Zealand
    Agencirs will take you on as would casual stafing units or "bank" they employ these sort of people all the time as it is not guaranteed hours. The issue is registration. You need to deal with AHPRA.
    Sep 4
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  25. US-trained nurse looking to migrate to Australia or New Zealand
    Part of the visa requirements is health insurance as you are coming from the US. Australia does not have reciprocal rights so all halthcade has to be paid for. Free Health care is for Australian...
    Sep 4
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand


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