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  1. Clinical Nurse Leader
    I'm starting my CNL program this fall, and I chose it for similar reasons that apputney mentioned! I'm just worried about the job market.....but I know I wouldn't be happy in the FNP role.
    Mar 26
    Forum: Post Graduate Nursing Student
  2. BSN Job without License
    Without a license, you're basically just a candidate that completed a 4 year degree. You could do lots of entry level positions, but you're not going to find anything in health care. If your only...
    Mar 12
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  3. Waiting on diploma.....
    I received mine around the time you two did! I think part of me was expecting a note that said "we're sorry, we made a mistake on your DARS report and you have not completed the requirements..."...
    Mar 11
    Forum: Ohio University Online Nursing
  4. Any nurses with fibromylagia or any other disability?
    So.....I was just diagnosed with fibro last week. I am struggling :( I also have a form of degenerative arthritis in my thoracic spine, diagnosed last year. I know I can't remain at the bedside as...
    Mar 11
    Forum: Nurses With Disabilities
  5. OU spring 2015 RN-BSN
    I'm almost positive you need a 4 credit hour stats class so don't hold your breath on that one....
    Feb 28
    Forum: Ohio University Online Nursing
  6. Waiting on diploma.....
    I finished classes in October. I've decided the physical proof of my degree is never going to arrive!
    Feb 27
    Forum: Ohio University Online Nursing
  7. How long do you wait from graduating nursing school to further your education?
    I waited a year, which was a great decision on my part. The learning curve is pretty steep on my unit and I think adding coursework to that crucial first year would've been too much stress for me....
    Nov 18, '14
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  8. Oncology Nurse Burnout?
    I don't think your issues stem from being an oncology nurse - that schedule is brutal! A few chosen ones are able to flip their schedules all around without issue, but most people need an established...
    Nov 16, '14
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  9. "I need to eat, I'm a diabetic!"
    As a diabetic (my endo classes me as "nonspecific" because I have traits of both types - it's made my treatment plan a load of fun!), I'd like to launch into a rant about the disease process and how...
    Nov 16, '14
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  10. Ebola Nursing Survey:  to Quarantine or Not to Quarantine
    I'm just now catching up on this. I work for a pretty big hospital so we have the staff to do this. Smaller places? Not so much. We can do it even though it isn't necessary. As you can see from this...
    Nov 12, '14
    Forum: Disasters: Preparing and Responding
  11. Ebola Nursing Survey:  to Quarantine or Not to Quarantine
    This has been a most interesting read..... Until I see some compelling evidence that supports mandatory quarantine for anyone that may have come into contact with someone that can possibly have...
    Nov 2, '14
    Forum: Disasters: Preparing and Responding
  12. Fluids with + KCl
    We use K fluids all the time - in fact I usually question if the fluids don't have it! My population is hem/onc, though....and they are notorious for electrolyte imbalances, particularly during chemo...
    Oct 23, '14
    Forum: Pediatric Nursing
  13. Life after 4510...
    Community was one of my fave classes....although for the life of me, I can't remember what they substituted for the windshield survey. It wasn't nearly as tedious as that assignment sounded! 4510 is...
    Oct 14, '14
    Forum: Ohio University Online Nursing
  14. PRCM Business Comm
    When I took it with her, the entire class was posted at the beginning. From what I've read, it looks like she made some major changes to it so you might want to ask. How exciting to almost be done!...
    Oct 14, '14
    Forum: Ohio University Online Nursing
  15. PCNB Exam 2014
    Is this for CPN? If so, just do the practice questions on PNCB's site. Your employer (assuming you work in a peds facility) should have resources for it as well. The test wasn't bad at all. I'm in a...
    Oct 7, '14
    Forum: Pediatric Nursing
  16. NRSE 4600 ICProject
    Almost done! The worst is over :woot:
    Oct 5, '14
    Forum: Ohio University Online Nursing
  17. Life after 4510...
    Lots of writing, but not necessarily papers. I feel like my DB posts qualified as papers without a title page.
    Oct 5, '14
    Forum: Ohio University Online Nursing
  18. Graduation Ceremony
    I don't know about the timing, but I do know there is only one graduation date in May.
    Oct 2, '14
    Forum: Ohio University Online Nursing
  19. Recently accepted, advice please!
    4600 isn't hard, but I would recommend taking it alone or with a non nursing class. 4600 and your junior level comp class would be good. I think diversity, community, gero, and family were the...
    Oct 2, '14
    Forum: Ohio University Online Nursing
  20. Want to apply to OU, so confused
    You need to get a degree audit done so you can determine what prior classes will transfer for credit. That can't be done until you send all your official transcripts to OU. I think the in state/out...
    Sep 22, '14
    Forum: Ohio University Online Nursing
  21. NRSE 4600 ICProject
    10 more days....just keep telling yourself that!
    Sep 18, '14
    Forum: Ohio University Online Nursing
  22. NRSE 4600 ICProject
    It's a 5 week project. If they expect us to actually implement change at our workplace in that amount of time - considering the final project isn't due until week 5 - they are nuts. I sent out some...
    Sep 17, '14
    Forum: Ohio University Online Nursing
  23. Mistakes as a new pediatric oncology RN
    Maybe a cyclosporine infusion? We use a specific lumen for that particular drug. Otherwise, I'm confused about the line contamination thing. If it was your standard antibiotics, you're supposed to...
    Sep 9, '14
    Forum: Pediatric Nursing
  24. peds hematology/oncology career
    Acute care experience in a hospital is a huge advantage. Your years in peds are great, too - you know how to relate to kids and their families. One of the unique things about peds hem/onc is you take...
    Sep 9, '14
    Forum: Pediatric Nursing
  25. fall 2014 4520
    Um yeah.....consider yourselves lucky!
    Sep 7, '14
    Forum: Ohio University Online Nursing


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