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  1. Care Plan
    I recommended using the "Nursing Diagnosis Handbook" by Ackley/Ladwig. It was a lifesaver for those care plans for me. GOOD LUCK Redheaded nurse
    Feb 4, '08
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  2. E-Scope & PDA
    I hae a E-Scope (stethoscope) and I have the program for my PDA to use with the stetho. However, two years later I still have not been able to figure out the program to work with the stethoscope. Has...
    Jan 31, '08
    Forum: Nurses With Disabilities
  3. Any Deaf, Hard of hearing Nurses?
    AWESOME and KUDOS to you!!! :bow: I'm still not having any luck getting a job. I've tried applying for open RN positions only to get the same responses indicating I had to have 1+ yrs...
    Jan 29, '08
    Forum: Nurses With Disabilities
  4. Deaf Nurses or Student Nurses
    Hi! You know what, I can't seem to remember the application. I filled it out around the end of August to early September. Our director of nursing had us all fill it out at the same time to assure...
    Jan 28, '08
    Forum: Nurses With Disabilities
  5. What to do? Please help
    Believe me, I know exactly what you meant about being your own worst enemy. I attended a local community college in North Texas and graduated last month and passed the NCLEX earlier this month. ...
    Jan 28, '08
    Forum: Nurses With Disabilities
  6. Deaf Nurses or Student Nurses
    Hang in there. You can do it! First of all, I find it odd that they'd say they can not approve your application for certification by examination because of your deafness. Wouldn't that be...
    Jan 28, '08
    Forum: Nurses With Disabilities
  7. Any Deaf, Hard of hearing Nurses?
    KUDOS to you!!! I, too, lipread, know sign-language and have been told I have good speech. Unfortunately, I've been unlucky in getting an internship or a job. Now that there aren't any...
    Jan 28, '08
    Forum: Nurses With Disabilities
  8. Any Deaf, Hard of hearing Nurses?
    Hi - you say you work in the OR? Can you explain how you manage if all are wearing surgical masks considering lip-reading may be a challenge then? I'm a deaf RN (although people think I'm hard of...
    Jan 28, '08
    Forum: Nurses With Disabilities
  9. Deaf Nurses or Student Nurses
    Hello! I just graduated from nursing school. I used CART services, which I'll tell you was awesome because I was able to follow what was going on and take my own notes from it. I did not use an...
    Jan 28, '08
    Forum: Nurses With Disabilities
  10. Deaf Nurses or Student Nurses
    [quote=Jess1983;1603835]I have worked with a deaf Nursing aide, (a little sign language instruction from her and we worked excellent together!!!) and it's my opinon that the Deaf and HOH make...
    Jan 28, '08
    Forum: Nurses With Disabilities
  11. What to do? Please help
    Hello! I was introduced to this great forum by a friend and fellow nurse M. Hui. Thanks to her! I became profound deaf at approximately 12 months old and wore hearing aids until I got my...
    Jan 25, '08
    Forum: Nurses With Disabilities


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