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  1. Please, DO YOUR HOMEWORK!
    [color="slategray"]i love teaching & helping people no disrespect to my colleagues in training who are honestly seeking direction & assistance for an assignment but... some posters are...
    Nov 27, '11
    Forum: Nursing Student Assistance
  2. new nurse seeks help ><
    i love teaching & helping people. i can even snail-mail you an psychiatric nursing care plan book for your personal reference if needed. but one thing i will not do is your homework...
    Nov 27, '11
    Forum: Psychiatric Nursing
  3. Always waiting for the other shoe to drop aka being happy makes one unhappy?
    negativity and stress breed disease when things go wrong i give myself a maxi-dose of self-care or "pampering." facials, massages, beauty make-overs, saunas, aromatherapy... the works!...
    Oct 26, '11
    Forum: Health / Stress Management 101
  4. Being interrupted during report.
    :nurse:"i'm giving report and i'd like to finish without interruptions. thank you." "i see you don't want report." (exit and report incident to nursing administration) "excuse me. i plan to give...
    Oct 26, '11
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  5. Things you "should" be taught in nursing school
    [color="slategray"]short list:) 1. job interviewing skills 2. basic business management skills 3. assertiveness training 4. presentation skills get the picture? :twocents:
    Oct 24, '11
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  6. Nurse Educators, Introduce Yourselves!
    :yeah: hi! i'm showbiz rn! rn actor teacher to name a few. i enjoy "sharing notes" with my colleagues which means all of you!:d
    Oct 20, '11
    Forum: Nursing Educators / Faculty
  7. What advice to give?
    so...my advice? if you're not willing to work your butt off in order to succeed and flourish, then you need not apply/continue. and, have a good life. leslie[/QUOTE] AMEN!!! :yeah: Well...
    Oct 16, '11
    Forum: Nursing Educators / Faculty
  8. Thoughts on post-conferences
    Sounds like you're NOT Skills-matched in a Clinical setting of your expertise. Try to contact other veteran/seasoned Clinical Faculty for tips. Avoid assigning students to patients whose...
    Sep 28, '11
    Forum: Nursing Educators / Faculty
  9. Thoughts on post-conferences
    :twocents: I have taught clinical In the hospital setting and the simulation lab. Simulation debriefing session cannot replace Post Conference patient presentations. Students need to...
    Sep 26, '11
    Forum: Nursing Educators / Faculty
  10. Not invited back to teach-are student evals given too much weight?
    :) Research shows that Students learn best by role-playing, presentations, etc in other words By DOING! Sometimes including some Passive methods (i.e., outlined handouts, take-home review...
    Sep 26, '11
    Forum: Nursing Educators / Faculty
  11. New Ideas for Solo (All-Day) Presentations
    I present all-day workshops on Power Point I'm presently seeking other teaching methods (i.e., role-playing, small group discussions, small group presentations) that will promote the...
    Jun 17, '11
    Forum: Nursing Educators / Faculty
  12. A question for those who teach (school setting).
    [color="slategray"]any professor worth their "salt" in education would encourage you to speak, document, and present your views, ideas, and opinions within the proper "scholarly" channels....
    Jun 15, '11
    Forum: Nursing Educators / Faculty
  13. Should I apply for Psych Charge position?
    no psych experience in a leadership position? no way. the inpatient psychiatric unit routine, policies and procedures will hone a portion of the skills you will need "to run" the unit. how...
    Jun 13, '11
    Forum: Psychiatric Nursing
  14. IS Nurse Education for me?
    most education jobs are not 9 to 5. be prepared to pull 10 to 12 hour shifts and sometimes work at home on the weekends. if you love teaching, look forward to the challenge of long hours and...
    Jun 13, '11
    Forum: Nursing Educators / Faculty
  15. New Directions Clinical Education
    [color="slategray"]i perform various patient scenarios in simulation lab with a co-instructor. the students have responded positively and state that the experience is helpful to their...
    Jun 13, '11
    Forum: Nursing Educators / Faculty
  16. Dream Nursing Simulation/Clinical Job!
    [color="slategray"]i got the best clinical job ever! simulations! yes! i perform the roles of a depressed patient, schizophrenic patient, a diabetic patient, a breast cancer patient and a...
    Jun 13, '11
    Forum: Nursing Educators / Faculty
  17. Would you desire to have a roommate or live by yourself during Nursing school?
    [color="slategray"]no way you need your space and time alone just to crash and sleep!
    May 4, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  18. Any in a field of nursing you love?
    after teaching nurses how to play themselves on-camera in educational videos, public service announcements, commercials i finally got to bring the concept to fruition--- i've recently been...
    Apr 3, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  19. How would YOU like to see a nurse portrayed in the media?
    :nurse: hard-working "safe and prudent" up-beat compassionate
    Feb 25, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  20. what does a nurse educator for an unit do???
    :)orientation inservices administrative and staff meetings
    Feb 25, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  21. RNs trying to find the time to lead groups
    You will have to assign a specific time for your group (for example, 11:30am -12noon, 10am - 11am, etc). No matter what--- start your daily one group per 8-hour shift on-time--- YES!!!...
    Feb 22, '11
    Forum: Psychiatric Nursing
  22. No Separate Psych Nursing Course in Undergrad Programs!!!
    I recently heard that some undergraduate nursing programs have eliminated Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing as a separate course and have "fused" it in within the other nursing courses. Uh-...
    Feb 22, '11
    Forum: Psychiatric Nursing
  23. At a Loss to help Students That Won't Help Themselves, and I'm Going to Lose My Job
    I believe the core of problem is the WRONG candidates were selected for this program. Unfortunately, your LVN program is rampant with under-achievers and "misfits" to the profession. I...
    Jan 27, '11
    Forum: Nursing Educators / Faculty
  24. Handling inappropriate student requests
    :cool:unfortunately, a few misconceptions "run rampant" with some nursing students---- one is "nursing is easy." the other is "everything is negotiable." yipes:confused::eek::confused::uhoh3:...
    Dec 21, '10
    Forum: Nursing Educators / Faculty
  25. Passing State Boards' Grades Verify Competency of Nursing Program?
    i love teaching. a colleague mentioned the poor grades that graduates of one of the univeristies (that i teach) reputedly receive. i made no comment but i did wonder... should the competency...
    Dec 21, '10
    Forum: Nursing Educators / Faculty


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