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  1. male labor and delivery nurses
    Hi Dayray, Thank you for your post, I really appreciate it! It's great to hear some positive input from another man, and it at least lets me know that it has been done with some success. The less...
    Jun 13, '05
    Forum: Ob/Gyn Nursing
  2. Deflating Moment for a Soon to be New Grad
    Hey, where do you nurses work? In the california bay area, you can start out at close to thirty bucks an hour. Of course, you can't buy a house for less 500,000. T.
    Jun 10, '05
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  3. male labor and delivery nurses
    One more thing nurses, I've yet to hear from a current, working, male LD nurse! (I know, saying male LD nurse everytime is a drag and reinforces steriotypes etc., but how else can I ask the...
    Jun 10, '05
    Forum: Ob/Gyn Nursing
  4. male labor and delivery nurses
    Hey Zashagalka, that last part about the speculum....you're joking, right? Anyway, I really appreciate the encouragement and reality checks. I've been asking everyone I know, and what you few...
    Jun 10, '05
    Forum: Ob/Gyn Nursing
  5. male labor and delivery nurses
    Hi I'm a pediatric nurse from the bay area. I've been working here about six years and am concidering trying labor and delivery. I loved it in school, and I loved it when my wife gave birth. I was...
    Jun 10, '05
    Forum: Ob/Gyn Nursing
  6. men in labor and delivery?
    Thanks for all the replies nurses; I really appreciate it! I'm curious which states the experiences have been in. Is there more openness to male LD nurses in some areas and more resistance in...
    Jun 1, '05
    Forum: Introductions / Greetings
  7. men in labor and delivery?
    HI I've been a pediatric nurse for about six years. I'm thinking about trying labor-and-delivery nursing and wonder if any nurses out there have any insite into how a male nurse might be received?...
    May 31, '05
    Forum: Introductions / Greetings


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