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  1. Just moved and expecting a baby
    Hello everyone, A little background on me. I graduated from college with my BSN in May 2008 and have worked full time from then until November 2012. I have one year of Med Surge and three years of...
    Jan 28, '13
    Forum: Nursing Career Advice
  2. NICU Job harder to find then the fountain of youth
    where do you live????
    Apr 5, '09
    Forum: NICU Nursing / Neonatal
  3. NICU Job harder to find then the fountain of youth
    So I am a new grad with 8 months of Med-Surge experience. I took a job on a med-surge floor after moving to San Diego with my husband and passing my NCLEX. I have never had a strong passion for...
    Apr 1, '09
    Forum: NICU Nursing / Neonatal
  4. Failed Nclex twice.  Please help
    I used Kaplan, it depends on the teacher you get but mine was very effective and I really got a lot out of it! Keep your chin up! You'll definitely pass this time!!!
    Feb 12, '09
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  5. NICU after Med-Surge
    I am a new grad RN who has been working as a med-surge nurse for the past 5 months. Now I never really believed in the mantra of "Do a year of Med-Surge first" that all of our professors tell us. I...
    Feb 11, '09
    Forum: NICU Nursing / Neonatal
  6. How long before looking for a new job?
    I am a new grad RN who has been working for the last 5 months on a med-surge unit. I am beginning to become very restless and I am very ready to being looking for another job. But I feel that it is...
    Feb 11, '09
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  7. New RN desperate for work in San Diego
    hey everyone, So I just moved to San Diego from Rhode Island where I went to Nursing School and am looking for work as an RN. I took my NCLEX-RN in Rhode Island for licensure in California and...
    Aug 5, '08
    Forum: California Nursing


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