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  1. They're Their and There
    Well I don't "no" what the F this has to "dew" with nursing "butt:" Hear, here!
    Mar 8, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  2. why call it diversion?
    Just a quick add on to this discussion. Six years ago I was spanked (and rightly so) for showing up to work "impaired." I never diverted or stole medications from my employer. However, I spent three...
    Mar 7, '11
    Forum: Addictions Nursing
  3. Want to specialize - Should RN become substance abuse counselor?
    There are a few ways. Sometimes if work in a community clinic and work a lot with substance abusers, your supervisor can write a letter summarizing how many hours of your time you have spent treating...
    Mar 7, '11
    Forum: Addictions Nursing
  4. I give in to drug seeking patients
    I have to admit it. I am a sucker for a drug seeking patient. It's not that I actually feel sorry for them, or that I am too stupid to see right through their ploys. It's just that I don't feel like...
    Mar 7, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  5. what is good example of integrity in nursing?
    One time I was working as a house supervisor and there was a patient in the ED who needed to be admitted. Shift change had occured between the ED docs and the outgoing doc had dc'd her without really...
    Mar 7, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  6. "California's nursing shortage hasn't been fixed"
    The nursing shortage is a farce. I have 16 years of experience, a Masters degree and I have applied for 11 jobs in the last month with no luck...and yes, I do live in California.
    Mar 7, '11
    Forum: Nursing News
  7. Too disabled to do nursing?
    Nursing documentation specialists can work from home and make money on a chart per chart basis. Maybe you could look into that. I am sorry for your troubles.
    Mar 7, '11
    Forum: Nurses With Disabilities
  8. bi-polar and terminated
    It seems that a lot of the posters are ignoring the heading of the OP's post: Bi-polar is the operative word. Have you been diagnosed by a psychiatrist? If so, are you Type I or II and are you taking...
    Mar 7, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  9. Samuel Merritt - Oakland, Fall 2011 ELMSN-FNP
    Good luck to all of you. I went to SM for my BSN and loved it. It's a great school and very supportive of its students...once they get in that is.
    Mar 5, '11
    Forum: California Nursing
  10. Please don't tell me I have to work in the ER?!
    I agree. And, having worked in an ED for 15 years, I will say that I would not want to work anywhere else. As much chaos and stress as there is, there is also the lower acuity populations...sutures,...
    Mar 5, '11
    Forum: Forensic Nursing
  11. Non Nursing B.S-Should I do RN to MSN or BSN to MSN
    Here's my two cents for what they are worth. The BSN will not give you any role flexibility. It's just a nice thing to have on your resume. However, a Masters opens up a lot of doors. I had a...
    Mar 5, '11
    Forum: Massachusetts Nursing
  12. Nurses who steal narcotics....
    Poor decisions in addiction is the RESULT of having a genetic and environmental illness. As the result of BEING one of these "heinous" members of society, I have actually become a researcher (PhD...
    Mar 5, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  13. Nurses who steal narcotics....
    I happen to know a few people who have been penalized and even banned for voicing "strong opinions." I am new to posting here, but have observed from a distance for some time and I have seen many a...
    Mar 5, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  14. Nurses who steal narcotics....
    I was an impaired nurse 6 years ago. I never stole narcotics from my place of employment, however, had I not had the money and wherewithal to get narcs on my own, I can't honestly say that I wouldn't...
    Mar 5, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion


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