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  1. When do you march up the chain of command?
    Like everything the government gets involved with , healthcare has become a business, and the bottom line is more important than anything else. So, I think applying for SS three years early is the...
    Jul 29, '12
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  2. When do you march up the chain of command?
    At the last place I worked, this happened to me, as an older, more expensive nurse. But I fought back and finally was awarded (if you want to call it that) unemployment benefits. I will now be...
    Jul 25, '12
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  3. Socializing after work in your scrubs
    Yeah, but back in the day, we worked 8 hour shifts, and still had a life after work, lol. Socializing then brought us all closer, and we were a really tight knit team. Then our team collectively...
    Mar 22, '12
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  4. Socializing after work in your scrubs
    I am a crusty old bat, too...can I join your society?
    Mar 22, '12
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  5. Socializing after work in your scrubs
    We had bars that opened at 0630 AM and a bunch of us would stop and have a beer, especially after a long night in the ER. I have played in pool tournaments at 0900 when I didn't have to go back to...
    Mar 22, '12
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  6. Why I LOVE night shift
    I have always been a night owl, and I loved night shifts for all the above reasons. The camaraderie, the autonomy, and of course, everything is going at night in a busy ER. Day shift has an...
    Feb 8, '12
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion


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