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  1. Hearing impaired RN wants to work but------
    Hi again Momof6, One thing you have to do is tell people...lots of people you are hearing impaired! It really isn't fair to them to not know. I have been hearing impaired all of my life, so I do...
    Nov 18, '11
    Forum: Developmental Disabilities
  2. Hearing impaired nursing student
    Do know that there are also visual stethoscopes out there- you would simply have to learn how to use one! More or less like learning to read an EKG. It might be possible for your employer to buy a...
    Nov 17, '11
    Forum: Developmental Disabilities
  3. Hearing impaired RN wants to work but------
    Hi to Momof6! The first thing I would do if you haven't already, is go to a hearing doctor and ask if it might be possible to try having tubes put in your ears. It might increase your hearing...
    Nov 17, '11
    Forum: Developmental Disabilities
  4. money, time, expierience
    Hi IdianaCNA1993, As far as working as a PRN CNA while in school, you might be wise to go ahead and do that. You would be surprised how many call off "sick" in the health care field, and could...
    Oct 31, '11
    Forum: Indiana Nursing
  5. Difference in Acute and Chronic
    Thanks Marshall1! That's pretty much all I needed to know. I have read things of that nature on here and wanted it clarified. Not even going to mess with them. I just wish I could find a job...I...
    Oct 18, '11
    Forum: Dialysis / Renal / Urology
  6. Difference in Acute and Chronic
    Thanks to all for the replies!!! I appreciate it VERY MUCH! Bernie
    Oct 17, '11
    Forum: Dialysis / Renal / Urology
  7. Difference in Acute and Chronic
    Tish 88, Thanks for your response! The possible job interview is with FMC- and I am reading a lot here...and it worries me that they are going to send me many miles away for training and/or the...
    Oct 16, '11
    Forum: Dialysis / Renal / Urology
  8. Difference in Acute and Chronic
    Hi, Could some of you please explain the difference in Chronic and Acute dialysis in respects of travel and hours worked per day? I live in the north and don't fancy driving long distances- and...
    Oct 16, '11
    Forum: Dialysis / Renal / Urology
  9. another new grad that can't find work.
    I never regret posting to Allnurse, always feeling a bit better after doing so. It's good to not feel alone. Thanks! and good luck to you Miss Liss!!!
    Aug 18, '11
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  10. another new grad that can't find work.
    Diva, That actually makes me feel a bit better. Still, after 15 months out of school and new nurses being generated in the area every Spring and Fall, it is looking pretty grim. Self supporting and...
    Aug 18, '11
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  11. another new grad that can't find work.
    Thank you Miss Liss!
    Aug 18, '11
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  12. another new grad that can't find work.
    I graduated May 2010, passed the boards in June 2010...not a typo...and no job!
    Aug 18, '11
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  13. Hearing impaired RN wants to work but------
    Hello AF Wife, The first thing you might want to do if you haven't already is to contact your local Vocational Rehabilitation Office. Instead of looking for jobs not requiring the use of the...
    Jul 6, '10
    Forum: Developmental Disabilities
  14. Ivy Tech South Bend Nursing Program
    Those numbers are usually blown pretty well out of proportion for the South Bend ITCC. Rumors.
    Apr 23, '09
    Forum: Indiana Nursing
  15. Ivy Tech Valpo
    I can't speak for Valpo, but in South Bend they do make your schedule of any classes that are nursing. They will tell you what days of the week and what hours you do what. As far as your day...
    Apr 23, '09
    Forum: Indiana Nursing
  16. Hearing impaired RN wants to work but------
    Hi, I have been reading this thread- I am severely hearing impaired and wear bilat bte digital aids. I am going in to my second year of nursing to be an RN. The question of hearing when people are...
    Apr 14, '09
    Forum: Developmental Disabilities
  17. Ivy Tech Thread
    New RN 09, Not necessarily incorrect- at the SB campus, the OB and Peds were included in our bundle...and she said you wouldn't have to buy MANY MORE books- she didn't say no more books. Be nice!
    Apr 6, '09
    Forum: Indiana Nursing
  18. Ivy Tech Thread
    It is because of the maintenance. It isn't uncommon for them to not "plan" on CC being down, but it goes down anyway. Last summer it was out for almost a week in some parts I think! Any time they...
    Apr 3, '09
    Forum: Indiana Nursing
  19. CPAP machine, Pls help
    DN08- at the very least, O2 is O2 supp., no continuous pressure that is needed to keep the airway open; but the CPAP is continuous pressure- to keep the airway open for breathing and most have...
    Oct 27, '08
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  20. How many hours of sleep did you get last night? FOR SCHOOL PROJECT!
    Thursday night I went to bed at 12:30 and got up at 6:30, so 6 hours- but I laid htere and tossed and turned till at least 2 am, so not sure how you want to count that... hope you will put the...
    Sep 7, '08
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  21. Accumulative finals next week.
    I think pain would be number 2-
    May 3, '08
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  22. Underwear and white scrubs?
    oh my!
    Mar 27, '08
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  23. Underwear and white scrubs?
    We are forbidden to wear thongs too. It would have been nice if the pants were the green that our tops are. Less worry than messing up white slacks.
    Mar 27, '08
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  24. Any Deaf, Hard of hearing Nurses?
    There are different ways to go about using the scope, partly depending on your level of deafness. If you think you might only need assistance with vital signs, then the Littmann 3000 or 4100 might...
    Mar 1, '08
    Forum: Nurses With Disabilities
  25. Ivy Tech nursing uniforms
    The tops are Ivy Green, maybe called hunter green. The pants are white. White shoes with no decor on them and definitely not clogs! Not sure if it is this color for both LPN and ASN or not.
    Feb 24, '08
    Forum: Indiana Nursing


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