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  1. Accepted. Your thoughts on my situation?
    Carachel You summed up my exact thoughts for considering passing on going back to school. Glad to know it isn't as cut and dry as some have suggested to me (in person, not on here).
    Mar 16
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  2. Accepted. Your thoughts on my situation?
    I hesitated to say it directly and instead said I enjoy leading a team but your point about being the "go to guy" is very much how I feel. I understand staff nurses can do that in many ways. I...
    Mar 16
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  3. Accepted. Your thoughts on my situation?
    I posted my schedule because if I had told you I worked 72hrs a week you wouldn't have understood and thought I was insane. However I can assure you it is quite a fortunate situation. And I mentioned...
    Mar 15
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  4. Accepted. Your thoughts on my situation?
    I just received my acceptance letter to Drexel's FNP program. Great news. However I am a little conflicted if I want to pursue my MSN due to my unique circumstances. Let me explain in hopes of...
    Mar 15
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  5. Georgetown Online FNP Fall 2013 Applicants
    What were your science grades like? This is my only real fear as well.
    Jun 6, '13
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  6. Volunteering bolster grad school application?
    I am just beginning to gather information now and have been in contact with the admissions office. I do not think I will apply until late summer early fall. Good luck to you as well! I have been...
    Apr 7, '13
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  7. Volunteering bolster grad school application?
    So you think volunteering in general is the important part even if it is not technically volunteering as a nurse?
    Mar 31, '13
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  8. Volunteering bolster grad school application?
    I have read in some old threads (mainly about Georgetown since that is where I am interested) on here about having some volunteer experience on your resume/application. Is this to add additional...
    Mar 30, '13
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  9. PHRN certifican valuable in the ED
    Really? This is was at the root of me asking. I thought this at first too but then wasn't sure if hospitals/human resources/recruiters thought the same way. I want to make myself the best nurse...
    Mar 23, '13
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  10. PHRN certifican valuable in the ED
    Pretty much what I was thinking but wanted another opinion. We get designation as a CEN on our badge which is nice and it is worth quite bit of points when challenging for RN III on the Clincal...
    Mar 22, '13
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  11. PHRN certifican valuable in the ED
    I currently work in the ED and have been there for 2 years. I am about to sit for my CEN. I see the value in having that certification behind your name. Both in the increased clinical knowledge from...
    Mar 21, '13
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  12. Building Resume/Applying for GW $55/critical care float
    I am relocating to DC in a little over a year due to my fiances job. I have read and researched quite a bit about the job market and prospects in DC. We will be moving to either Rosslyn or Clarendon...
    Feb 12, '13
    Forum: Washington DC Nursing
  13. Washington DC RN Salary??
    That is the first I have heard any figures. Thanks a lot for the info!
    Feb 9, '13
    Forum: Washington DC Nursing
  14. Washington DC RN Salary??
    I am interested as well. There's always a lot of talk about new grad pay but what about experienced per diem?
    Feb 5, '13
    Forum: Washington DC Nursing
  15. NRP for ED nurse
    Great advice. Thank you so much. We definitely want OB to get down and handle it ASAP lol. And they are very, very good about getting there fast. I will stick with what is taught in PALS and...
    Jan 18, '13
    Forum: Ob/Gyn Nursing
  16. PRN work in Philly or South Jersey area
    I don't think you will have a problem finding well paying PRN work in Philly. Temple, Jefferson, HUP, St Chris's, CHOP, Hahnemann are all worth checking out. CHOP and St Chris's are children's...
    Jan 18, '13
    Forum: Pennsylvania Nursing
  17. NRP for ED nurse
    I posted in the ED forum yesterday asking if anyone had taken the NRP course and did not get any real response. My inquiries in person have been the same. We all have to take PALS. Some have ENPC...
    Jan 18, '13
    Forum: Ob/Gyn Nursing
  18. ENPC and ATCN... NRP too??
    In the ED from a short PCU background. I really enjoy it and all the experience/learning something new every single day. I am trying to educate myself as much as possible... I have heard much...
    Jan 17, '13
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  19. Philly PRN pay
    May be moving right outside the Philly area and unsure if I want to pursue PRN or part time. Im from closer to the lehigh valley area and know the pay rates there but unsure of the Philly area as I...
    Sep 30, '12
    Forum: Pennsylvania Nursing
  20. Veteran discriminated against because of PTSD?
    I don't want to sound mean but it is a little comforting knowing I am not alone. Perhaps the PTSD clearance is sufficient and they want information about the second head injury which was only in...
    Aug 4, '12
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  21. Veteran discriminated against because of PTSD?
    I have a situation that is really upsetting me... I am a veteran and served in Iraq for two tours. After returning home I was diagnosed with PTSD and prescribed medication. This was circa 2006....
    Aug 4, '12
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion


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