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  1. RN to BSN w/o Microbiology or Chemistry?
    Thank you for all the feedback. I found a college in my region (King College Online) that doesn't require micro and chemistry, and will probably go that route as they have a cohort starting soon. ...
    Mar 5, '13
    Forum: Nursing Online Distance Learning
  2. RN to BSN Necessary in Urban Areas?
    I have a Bachelor's degree in English, and an Associate's in Nursing. Fortunately I was able to start work right after graduation, as a mental health nurse, and will have worked in my facility a...
    Feb 24, '13
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  3. RN to BSN: Is it worth it to find work in a large city?
    I have an Associate's in Nursing (currently practicing as a mental health RN in a fairly small town) and am considering taking an online RN to BSN program. My goal is to move to a metropolis (or at...
    Feb 24, '13
    Forum: Nursing Job Search Assistance
  4. RN to BSN w/o Microbiology or Chemistry?
    Simple question; not looking for sermons, haha. It's not that I wouldn't want to take those courses in an ideal world. It's just not practical for me with my work schedule.
    Feb 21, '13
    Forum: Nursing Online Distance Learning
  5. RN to BSN w/o Microbiology or Chemistry?
    I am looking for an online RN to BSN program that doesn't require Microbiology or Chemistry. Does anyone know of anything? Thanks!
    Feb 21, '13
    Forum: Nursing Online Distance Learning
  6. So what is a Hipaa violation, anyway?
    Thanks for the response! I still don't really know why the 2nd example would be okay, and the first one wouldn't. If it's a small enough town, couldn't you say, "I had a patient who came in with...
    Nov 23, '12
    Forum: HIPAA and Nursing Challenges
  7. So what is a Hipaa violation, anyway?
    Is it a violation of Hipaa or any other privacy rule to share patient stories, if no identifying information is shared? For instance (and these are purely fictional), would it be a violation to say,...
    Nov 23, '12
    Forum: HIPAA and Nursing Challenges
  8. Motivating Burnt-Out Staff
    Algebra, thanks for sharing. Looking back on that situation, do you think you would have confronted your co-worker in the first place, or gone straight to management? Keeping a log sounds like a...
    Jul 31, '12
    Forum: Psychiatric Nursing
  9. Motivating Burnt-Out Staff
    Thanks for the thoughtful responses, Orca. My instincts tell me to approach the other RN, and if that doesn't help, take it to a higher level. Reading that someone else thinks the same thing is...
    Jul 31, '12
    Forum: Psychiatric Nursing
  10. Motivating Burnt-Out Staff
    Thanks for the reply, Orca. I tend to agree with you; so many people abuse these devices that enforcing a blanket rule might be the best option. I personally don't necessarily see a problem in...
    Jul 30, '12
    Forum: Psychiatric Nursing
  11. Motivating Burnt-Out Staff
    Hi guys, I thought you all might be able to offer some advice, please. Here's my situation: I recently starting my first RN job at a psychiatric hospital. I really like my position in general,...
    Jul 30, '12
    Forum: Psychiatric Nursing
  12. Homework help - child abuse?
    Thank you for the thoughtful comments. I'm sorry to hear about your case, noahsmama. What a terrible negligence on the part of the doctor!
    Jan 25, '12
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  13. Homework help - child abuse?
    "Identify the primary and secondary role of the nurse in managing the care of an abuse victim." I'm stumped on this, especially breaking it down to primary and secondary roles... Any help much...
    Jan 24, '12
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  14. homework help, please
    Thanks for the response, Esme! Thoughtful answer.
    Nov 18, '11
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  15. homework:  assessment and interventions
    Looks like my post got kind of lost... Just an FYI, to start a new thread, hit the "new thread" button under the Nursing Student Assistance page. :)
    Nov 17, '11
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  16. homework help, please
    Thanks, Cloverly, that did really help. Those are all great interventions. She was admitted for dehydration, UTI, and pneumonia.
    Nov 17, '11
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  17. homework:  assessment and interventions
    What assessments and immediate interventions should be performed when a patient is admitted to the Pediatric Unit? She was admitted for pneumonia and dehydration. thanks so much, guys! i'm a...
    Nov 17, '11
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  18. homework help, please
    What assessments and immediate interventions should be performed when a patient is admitted to the Pediatric Unit? thanks so much, guys! i'm a little stumped on this one.
    Nov 17, '11
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  19. Questions for mother of sick child...
    Great answer... thanks so much!
    Nov 13, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  20. Questions for mother of sick child...
    A 12 month old's mother reports that the child loves her milk and usually drinks about 40 ounces per day. However, for the past day she has not wanted anything to eat or drink. Her mother wants to...
    Nov 13, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Student


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