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  1. Malpractice insurance, which level is best?
    I've been reading a little more about the two types of insurance. NSO will cover you for issues that come up from the past. Is that a better option?
    4:17 am
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  2. Laproscopic cholecystectomy Pre-operative Nursing Assessment
    Look up the pathophysiology of cholecystitis, and that should give you some idea for some physical diagnoses. There are also some possible general findings for any pre-operative patient. Think along...
    4:13 am
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  3. 1st new grad interview and CONFUSED
    I think your professionalism spoke enough about you that they didn't feel the need to ask those questions. You are a new grad, so you may not have many experiences to draw off from either. Regarding...
    4:10 am
    Forum: Nursing Interview Help
  4. Malpractice insurance, which level is best?
    What about the max coverage of 4 vs 6 million? Does that not matter because the likelihood of being sued more than once is not very high?
    Nov 27
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  5. Malpractice insurance, which level is best?
    I've decided to buy malpractice insurance from CM&F Group. I'm unsure about which limit of liability to choose. The options are (Per Incident / Aggregate Limit) 1,000,000/6,000,000 which costs $102...
    Nov 27
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  6. Preceptors: your favorite thank you gift
    Pens! Nothing like working pens that I don't keep having to trash.
    Nov 26
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  7. Ahhh, kiddos.  They do say the darndest things...
    The same daughter who's in nursing school? Too funny!
    Nov 26
    Forum: Nurses Rock
  8. Please help, career advice for the tired ED nurse
    That's a great idea!
    Nov 25
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  9. patient re-assignment question
    Hmmm, I wonder if this is more common on 3p-3a, which is the shift I just got hired on...
    Nov 25
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  10. New ED job 2:30p-3a! Advice..
    Good to know! I was kind of happy about the avoiding traffic bit...On the way there shouldn't be bad if I leave at 1:30 to get there 2:30. Thanks for all your advice everyone. I've been reading...
    Nov 25
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  11. meds that you can't mix?
    Bad.. Very bad.. my facility'spolicy is that heparin gets its own line. Can't even be y-lined to iv fluids.
    Nov 25
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  12. meds that you can't mix?
    Cipro and flagyl are compatible.
    Nov 24
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  13. "Actively Considered"
    Don't go back and contact HR. I've had messages like that. Many times it will stay in that status for months. At other times, I've been called to interview. It's a good sign because they think you...
    Nov 23
    Forum: Ob/Gyn Nursing
  14. New ED job 2:30p-3a! Advice..
    Thanks you guys! I'm getting more and more excited. It was kind of a surprised that I ended up here because I never thought I would do ED full time and here I am. I got an email from a hospital...
    Nov 23
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  15. Nursing and Second Job
    How much experience do you have? I work full time and PRN. I picked up the PRN gig which is the same specialty as my current full time job after 8 months of experience on my floor (job A). I'd had...
    Nov 23
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  16. New Nurse Night Shift Time Management HELP
    My full time job is days on a busy med surg unit (for the next month) Several months ago I took a rotating shift position at a different hospital on a less busy med surg unit. I found that I was...
    Nov 23
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  17. Why so reluctant to give pain meds?
    I currently work on a surgical floor that takes some ortho patients (I am leaving for ED next month). Pain management is huge especially with ortho and GI. Ortho so they can move and GI so they can...
    Nov 23
    Forum: Nursing and Patient Medications
  18. Where are the middle age nurses working?
    Just because you are a older does not mean you can't be friends with 20somethings. I am in my mid 20s and I have a good friend who is approaching 50. I am friendly with some 40somethings at work...
    Nov 23
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  19. Nclex Today
    Good luck to you!
    Nov 22
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  20. Can't Get Out of Dialysis...Help
    Oh my! I didn't intend to put you down. Just some well meaning advice.
    Nov 21
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  21. er nurse
    I love this! Thanks :)
    Nov 20
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  22. Can't Get Out of Dialysis...Help
    Maybe that's the problem. You seem like you're running away, not pursuing your dream specialty(s). Each cover letter /resume should be tailored to the position. At one hospital apply to one group of...
    Nov 20
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  23. Can't Get Out of Dialysis...Help
    What types of units have you applied to?
    Nov 20
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  24. New ED job 2:30p-3a! Advice..
    I am really excited. I know it will be a big learning curve but I think with a good orientation I will do fine.
    Nov 20
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  25. what did I get myself into
    See if your step down experience can land you a PACU job.
    Nov 19
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure


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