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  1. What did you find helpful in preparing for NCLEX?
    It depends on your studying style. Do you need super quiet or is public studying ok? I used to hang out in like borders or barnes and noble. Used to eat drink coffee and use all their books for...
    Sep 27, '11
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  2. Toradol
    We definitely do not have an hcg before toradol policy. Thank God because that would delay discharge even more especially in fast track where we want to treat and street ASAP
    Sep 27, '11
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  3. Bad Experience with Nurses at hospital, rethinking my major now.
    That does sound like a ridiculous situation but definitely NOT the norm. Yes nurses get stressed and yes they will argue with each other because they are human. However the way they spoke to you is...
    Sep 26, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  4. What was the MOST ridiculous thing a patient came to the ER for?
    There's so many,but the most recent was during hurricane Irene,on long island. The person came in because they had decreased "taste" for the past 3 weeks and decided 10 pm during a hurricane was the...
    Sep 12, '11
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  5. Feeling Burned Out & Unappreciated!- What else is new?
    I totally feel for you. I work in a level 2 ER, and I can totally see this happening. We do about 40-50k patient a year and I have had up to 10 patients during a shift including critical ICU...
    Sep 4, '11
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  6. Nurse pressing charges
    This is definetly a tough call. Just reading it I would say definetly press charges. But if somehow it was accidental or he was super tearful and or remorseful I would cut him a break in lieu of his...
    Sep 3, '11
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  7. Why does this stigma exist in relation to new nurses?
    The attitudes of experienced nurses are so random. It depends on the individual, the unit, and unfortunately a good deal of the times the new nurses age and looks. I have worked in a variety of units...
    Sep 3, '11
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  8. Current pay In phoenix,scottsdale area BSN 13 yrs experience
    What are banners typical hourly rates for travel/stipend? Also do you have any idea what family insurance may be with them? D you get there regular benefits that you would get if younger their...
    Aug 31, '11
    Forum: Arizona Nursing
  9. Current pay In phoenix,scottsdale area BSN 13 yrs experience
    Hello, I know this has been asked in one way or another 5,000 times but I havent found any current threads about this topic :) I am planning on selling my House in NY and moving to AZ...
    Aug 23, '11
    Forum: Arizona Nursing
  10. Pros and Cons of an emergency room nurse
    I have been a Nurse for 13 years and have worked in multiple units,Med surg,tele,vents,float,managment. The last 4 years I have neen working in the ER. It can seem a bit overwhelming at first and I...
    Aug 23, '11
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  11. What is RN to patient ratio on med-surg units in Scottsdale, AZ?
    Is that Scottsdale Shea?
    Aug 14, '11
    Forum: Arizona Nursing
  12. What is RN to patient ratio on med-surg units in Scottsdale, AZ?
    Wow 3-4 patients is great. This is a med surge floor? I wouldn't know what to do with myself with that ratio.....guess I could actually take care of patients. Today was a good day. I only 6 patients...
    Aug 13, '11
    Forum: Arizona Nursing
  13. What is RN to patient ratio on med-surg units in Scottsdale, AZ?
    Hello. Where is this awesome hospital with 3:1 nurse/ pt ratio? I work in the ER and we typically have 6-9 on any given day. When I worked in med surg we would have an average of 8. I want to...
    Aug 6, '11
    Forum: Arizona Nursing


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