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  1. Vail seasonal employment
    I am interested in moving Vail Valley and am curious about VVMC. I am currently a PACU nurse with ICU experience, ACLS, PALS and CCRN. Do you have any insight on the PACU at VVMC? Would love to take...
    Jan 29, '13
    Forum: Colorado Nursing
  2. UCD FNP 2013
    Does anyone have any feedback on UC Denver's FNP program, likes/dislikes? I applied for fall 2013 and know that there are tons of applicants to only a few program spots. Fingers crossed for an...
    Jan 29, '13
    Forum: Pre-Nurse Practitioner Inquiry
  3. Paying off student loans - Cartoon Contest Winner
    at least unlike other college degrees we have jobs that allow us to pay them off!
    Jan 29, '13
    Forum: About A Nurse - Nursing Cartoon Series
  4. Paying off student loans - Cartoon Contest Winner
    student loans...can't wait to have them all paid off!
    Jan 29, '13
    Forum: About A Nurse - Nursing Cartoon Series
  5. new graduate..
    ICU is the best place to start, you will learn SO much and be "marketable" to transition anywhere after that based on your ICU experience!
    Jan 29, '13
    Forum: Neuro Intensive Care Nursing
  6. What is the first thing you do when you put a fall-risk pt in the bed?
    Roll belt!! and bed alarm
    Jan 29, '13
    Forum: Nursing Issues On Patient Safety
  7. Help! Just started as a new grad RN. Struggling and need some advice!
    Totally normal feeling. In about 6 months you will feel it "click" and start to feel confident in your nursing. Until then just keep on learning, asking questions and for help when needed! You'll get...
    Jan 29, '13
    Forum: Nursing Career Advice
  8. working in PACU, and your OR team doesn't give a ***** about you
    I work at a large academic medical center and we are in a similar situation. We have 23 ORs and 20 PACU Bays. Our hospital is on red light so much of the time that we end up "boarding" patients and...
    Jan 29, '13
    Forum: PACU Nursing
  9. Going from nights to days
    Your body will love you on day shift. I did rotating shifts for the first 2.5 years in the ICU and in general I liked nights better because they were quieter and less people around. I recently...
    Jan 29, '13
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion


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