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  1. Travel from home to work
    Yes that is correct. Only deductible mileage is from work to work. For me the first 23 miles and last 23 miles are on me. However I'm required to travel from clinic to clinic all day so all of...
    Sep 30
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  2. Travel from home to work
    I travel from clinic to clinic all day. Closest clinic is 23 miles away. I receive $0.565 per mile. I drive a 2014 Subaru outback and I have had it a yr...started with 120 miles on odometer. Now...
    Sep 30
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  3. The culture of AN
    We always try to allow the threads to "settle down" on their own. Sometimes what you think you say via computer isn't always taken the way it was meant. This can lead to misunderstandings. As...
    Sep 29
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  4. Chicago CRNA's?
    Emily - have you just asked some of your hospital's CRNAs? Connect with one of the PACU nurses and they can speak to one for your. Best wishes.
    Sep 29
    Forum: Student Registered Nurse Anesthetist (SRNA)
  5. Thoughts on a DM clinic
    I work in nephrology with end stage renal disease pts. I manage some diabetes, and all hypertension. I think it might work but you need a dietician, social worker too.
    Sep 29
    Forum: Advanced Practice Nursing
  6. Adult NP Clinical Sites
    Will move to student NP forum for more views. Best wishes
    Sep 29
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  7. Goodbye...
    We wish you well. AN is a large site and as such, our posters eschew many different opinions; some the same as ours and others very different from our own. We have a lot of variety. Please,...
    Sep 28
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  8. Career progression (UK)
    Are you in the UK or US? If UK, I will be glad to move your post to the UK Nursing Forum.
    Sep 28
    Forum: Advanced Practice Nursing
  9. Has anyone gone from CNS to NP
    No, I'm not worried about a job. I have a job now and don't plan to leave but an FNP would give me more options. The problem with my Peds CNS a is that I dint curr ntky care for children so I was...
    Sep 27
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  10. Has anyone gone from CNS to NP
    Can I ask what school?
    Sep 27
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  11. Has anyone gone from CNS to NP
    Okay, I've totally come to grips with the fact that I chose the wrong educational path. My post MSN certs in Med-Surg CNS and Peds CNS are both either retired or retiring soon. So....I'm...
    Sep 26
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  12. When a Mom Miscarries
    Back to the topic at hand.
    Sep 26
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  13. PEDS CNS exam to be retired Dec 2015
    Thanks SHGR. What a mess! I'm facing going back to school now at a time where I truly thought school was done for me. And....the kicker of course is that the CNS doesn't even count for...
    Sep 25
    Forum: Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS)
  14. PEDS CNS exam to be retired Dec 2015
    I hope so - I see that you are in the midwest. May I ask which state? I'm in central IL where CNS=NP=APN. However, soon CNS = RN as we lose our ability to recertify via testing.
    Sep 25
    Forum: Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS)
  15. Physician Extender ???
    Very common to use in my neck of the woods too - sounds very nasty. In our practice, we have PAs, NPs, CNSs so the term to describe all of us is physician extender....but I hate it. However, as...
    Sep 25
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  16. role of CNL?
    Clinical nurse leader.... American Association of Colleges of Nursing | CNL & CNC News
    Sep 24
    Forum: Advanced Practice Nursing
  17. PEDS CNS exam to be retired Dec 2015
    Well, I've kinda made the decision to go back to school and forget all this CNS stuff now. However, I have an MSN, and two post MSN certs already and I've been an APN for >8 years. Needless to...
    Sep 24
    Forum: Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS)
  18. The future of nursing. Everybody is impacted. Big discussion in SK.
    Admin note: Please keep this discussion civil. Debate the topic, not the poster. Posts have been edited.
    Sep 23
    Forum: Nursing in Canada
  19. PEDS CNS exam to be retired Dec 2015
    Yeah - the whole thing stinks in my book. I absolutely dread returning to school just to feed some fat-cat educator who 10 yrs down the road will change things again!
    Sep 23
    Forum: Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS)
  20. PEDS CNS exam to be retired Dec 2015
    Thanks again for the info. It doesn't look like I'm eligible for the AACN exam either because I don't work in the hospital for the most part. I looked at the UMASS program but they don't...
    Sep 23
    Forum: Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS)
  21. PEDS CNS exam to be retired Dec 2015
    Yeah.....thanks guys. I thought I was doing well to obtain the peds cert. however after I did, my practice decided to quit seeing kids. Will look into the AACN exam. Thanks much.
    Sep 23
    Forum: Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS)
  22. PEDS CNS exam to be retired Dec 2015
    Ugh!!! I'm an adult CNS (that exam is already retired) which is okay since I practice with adults. However, in the mail today, I got notice that the Peds CNS exam is also being retired in...
    Sep 22
    Forum: Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS)
  23. NP working in a non-provider role
    Be mindful that you probably need x-amt of pt contact hrs to re certify your NO certification.
    Sep 21
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  24. Band together against HPRP for innocent people
    AN terms of service does not allow for legal advice. While we urge to obtain an attorney we do not endorse or recommend attorneys. if you are going to take an issue to court, best advice is not...
    Sep 21
    Forum: Nurses / Recovery
  25. BEST resource for nclex prep
    Merged both threads
    Sep 20
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum


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