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  1. Pediatric sub-Q rehydration therapy (hypodermoclysis)
    Yes! This is what I'm looking for! What's been your experience with it? Do you have any policy documents or training materials?
    Jul 13
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  2. Pediatric sub-Q rehydration therapy (hypodermoclysis)
    Yeah I've been reading the history on this and it's very interesting! Sounds like subq was kind of the gold standard until flexible angiocaths and then it just went away. But from the reading,...
    Jun 27
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  3. Triage
    I would follow suit with what others have said and leave that place. I'm currently in a 9-bed rural emergency department with an annual volume of ~13,000. We staff a minimum of 2 ED RNs at all times,...
    Jun 26
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  4. Pediatric sub-Q rehydration therapy (hypodermoclysis)
    I was wondering if anyone has any experience with using subcutaneous rehydration for pediatric patients that have failed oral (ORT). ENPC is currently teaching it and I've seen a lot of literature...
    Jun 26
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  5. Autonomy
    In our ED, the policy is to ask about sexual activity, LMP, and domestic/relationship abuse if the female is over 12-years-old or has obvious secondary sex characteristics. I believe this is a...
    Jan 12, '14
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  6. Is your ER using the EDIE system?
    I've been in 3 hospital systems in WA that use EDIE (employed at 2 different ones, an interview at another). For those that don't know (maybe from out of state), the hospital can choose to either get...
    Jan 12, '14
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  7. Android app for timesheet?
    Hey everyone, I just started a new job and while this hospital is absolutely fantastic in every other regard (so far), they still do employee-submitted timecards every pay period (YES, on PAPER)....
    Jan 12, '14
    Forum: Mobile Apps For Nurses
  8. How many Nurses had their CNAs before Nursing School?
    I went to school in Idaho. One school required a CNA for entry, but the others did not. I obtained my CNA in high school (senior year) and I think working as a CNA prepared me for nursing more than...
    Feb 8, '13
    Forum: Washington Nursing
  9. ATI Comprehensive Predictor as a benchmark for the NCLEX...?
    Thank you, I've been wondering about the one-on-one thing.
    Dec 5, '12
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  10. ATI Comprehensive Predictor as a benchmark for the NCLEX...?
    I graduate in 2 weeks from my ADN (RN) program and want to take the NCLEX just as soon as possible thereafter. Our school uses ATI testing (atitesting.com) as a benchmark; I hear many schools use...
    Dec 5, '12
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  11. New grad...what are my job outlooks for central WA?
    I graduate from my ADN program in a few weeks, and will be taking my NCLEX-RN as soon as humanly possible after that. I'm also delving right into an RN-to-BSN track this next semester. My program is...
    Dec 5, '12
    Forum: Washington Nursing
  12. New grad LPN: wondering about job prospects and wages
    Wow, that's amazing! In my area (in Idaho), new-grad RNs are only making $20-$21/hr. I think LPNs here make $14-$16/hr. Glad I'm moving to WA :)
    Dec 5, '12
    Forum: Washington Nursing
  13. Dear Nursing Students/Orientees: A Love Note from the Preceptor from Hell
    Okay, I did not read all 43 of the comments before I posted this, so forgive me if I repeat something... But as an RN student graduating in the next few weeks, I have to say that I hope to find a...
    Dec 5, '12
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  14. Moving to Idaho?
    I work for St. Luke's Health System and I hear mixed feelings on working for St. Luke's vs Saint Al's. I have friends who got hired on with Saint Alphonsaus in Nampa at $26/hr as a new grad RN. I...
    Sep 15, '12
    Forum: Idaho Nursing
  15. Idaho Falls Blackfoot or Pocatello
    What kind of special needs are you talking about? Idaho Falls has a bigger medical community, so if your child has special needs that require a neurologist or peds specialist, I would try Idaho...
    Sep 15, '12
    Forum: Idaho Nursing
  16. Trying to find a job in Idaho
    West Valley would probably hire you, I used to work for that company (HCA/Mountainstar). I don't know about the St. Luke's system in the Treasure Valley area, but I live in Twin Falls and the St....
    Sep 15, '12
    Forum: Idaho Nursing
  17. Need a preceptor for my final semester in Central Washington...any ideas?
    Thank you for the help guys ;)
    Sep 15, '12
    Forum: Washington Nursing
  18. Need a preceptor for my final semester in Central Washington...any ideas?
    Hey everyone! I'm nearing completion! In my 4th and final semester of RN school in an ADN program. At the end of this semester, starting November 5th, I will need to complete 108 hours of...
    Sep 14, '12
    Forum: Washington Nursing
  19. Apathy in nurses and students
    Aurora, I'm sorry they required you to join. I feel that is more of a disservice than anything. I think schools should be educating students about the importance of volunteer work and activism, but...
    Oct 4, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  20. Apathy in nurses and students
    Good link. Thank you!
    Oct 4, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  21. No more smoking at work
    Really? Do you work at a substance abuse treatment clinic? I love the policy the hospitals I work at have about not even being able to smoke on the property; for us that means a smoker (including...
    Oct 4, '11
    Forum: Nursing News
  22. Are you a member of the NSNA?
    I think that forcing students to join is just wrong. It puts a sour taste in their mouth and encourages them to be negative about the club, nursing organizations and service learning projects. I...
    Oct 4, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  23. Apathy in nurses and students
    I would be lying if I said I didn't take money into consideration when going this route. It was, in fact, a major factor. And security is another major factor. And diversity. But that's also part of...
    Oct 3, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  24. Apathy in nurses and students
    Thank you for your input, JBMommy. I don't think your comment is without warrant. It amazes me that people can even stay sane and alive in circumstances such as yours, and I highly respect that. I...
    Oct 3, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  25. Are you a member of the NSNA?
    That's awesome, Sunshine! How often do you guys get out and do volunteer work? It seems to me that maybe we don't do enough community involvement in our chapter.
    Oct 3, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Student


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