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  1. Job market in Raleigh-Durham and Charlotte?
    Yes, I have heard nothing but good things about the area! Low 20s is not what I was hoping for in salary, unfortunately, but I would have to do the math on cost of living vs salary to see how it...
    Jan 11
    Forum: North Carolina Nursing
  2. Job market in Raleigh-Durham and Charlotte?
    For what it's worth, I also have non clinical experience (more in the case management and sales arena); I might be looking for a job that utilizes those skills rather than a floor nursing position,...
    Jan 10
    Forum: North Carolina Nursing
  3. Job market in Raleigh-Durham and Charlotte?
    Thank you! Any rough estimates of salaries for nurses wih a few years' experience?
    Jan 10
    Forum: North Carolina Nursing
  4. Job market in Raleigh-Durham and Charlotte?
    We are considering a move to either Raleigh-Durham or Charlotte. I'm curious what the job market is like in these areas. I have some hands on and also some sales/case management skills. I am...
    Jan 10
    Forum: North Carolina Nursing
  5. Job market in Richmond?
    Thank you so much for the lovely note! Very encouraging! I have a job here that I love, but I may want to branch out when we move, especially since my options here have been limited from some...
    Nov 11, '14
    Forum: Virginia Nursing
  6. Job market in Richmond?
    Thank you, Kelly! I don't have experience in case management, but in a related role (screening patients for rehab placement), so case management would be a pretty natural transition. I do have...
    Oct 13, '14
    Forum: Virginia Nursing
  7. Job market in Richmond?
    Hello: my family is considering relocating to richmond. What is the job market like there? I would be looking for a job in case management or similar, preferably part time. I realize that part time...
    Sep 17, '14
    Forum: Virginia Nursing
  8. Mountainside School of Nursing
    I don't know about the GPA -- go on the website, I think it has all the info about requirements. There's no waiting list; they either accept you or they don't. Also, you can call the school --...
    Sep 12, '09
    Forum: New Jersey Nursing
  9. Registered Nurse- one of US New's top careers
    Clearly, this article does not depict nursing as it normally is. On the floor where I'm working (as an extern), the nurses call the doctors and say, "the patient is XXXX, Can I give her XXXXX?" and...
    Jul 22, '09
    Forum: Nursing News
  10. I'm 39 and want to become a nurse.
    One more comment from a fellow career-changer (left a management position in PR for nursing). It's scary. You will have bad days and second guess your decision. I go home many days and don't feel...
    Jul 22, '09
    Forum: Male Nursing Student
  11. I'm 39 and want to become a nurse.
    I admit I haven't read all of the responses, but I wanted to definitely encourage you to go into nursing -- I'm sure you'll be great at it! I agree that male nurses are often have an advantage...
    Jul 22, '09
    Forum: Male Nursing Student
  12. Nurses and Organ Donation
    I'm a donor and have been since I got my license. I won't need the organs after I'm gone! I've heard the concern that doctors might not care to save you as much if you're an organ donor ... I...
    Jul 22, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  13. No time off for new dad!!
    I am surprised to hear this story ... I can't imagine him not being able to get a single day off for the birth of his child! You have to weigh two things ... his presence at the birth of his child...
    Jul 22, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  14. Male Nurses
    I think male nurses are great! Male doctors and techs don't get harassed at all, so I wonder why male nurses (who generally operate somewhere between these two roles) should be any different. About...
    Jul 2, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  15. Has Anyone Ever USED Their Malpractice Insurance?
    As a student, I am required by my school to purchase $1M per claim $6M aggregate insurance from NSO (I am a renter, by the way). I think it only cost me about $29 a year! Although I'm not a nurse...
    Jul 2, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  16. Why Are So Many Students Worried About Expensive Tuition
    All schools are definitely not the same! However, that doesn't mean that the local private BSN program is always better than the local ADN program. In some places, the local ADN or diploma schools...
    Jun 19, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  17. Why Are So Many Students Worried About Expensive Tuition
    Thanks, hiddencat. I actually started taking courses at a private college when I was about 15 (long story, but I was taking them while in high school), but I didn't find her comment offensive. It...
    Jun 19, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  18. Why Are So Many Students Worried About Expensive Tuition
    I didn't mention that the prof who said she was tired of teaching spoiled kids did so in a private conversation, not in front of the class. Clearly, I'm not saying that's what private college...
    Jun 19, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  19. Why Are So Many Students Worried About Expensive Tuition
    I have to say, I'm surprised by the professors I encounter at various types of schools. Although I'm sure the prestige and pay of teaching at a school like Columbia attracts some good professors,...
    Jun 19, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  20. What is per diem?
    Also, hospitals have varying policies regarding per diem scheduling -- you'll need to find out what exactly it means at the hospitals around you. For example, one hospital by me requires per...
    Jun 17, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  21. WANTED: Nursing student tidbits of advice
    You're totally right. Solving for X is algebra! I was thinking of the NET, which I don't think had any algebra (ratios, decimals, etc.). I guess I was doing algebra in Jr. High, though, so I was...
    Jun 17, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  22. Unproven, perilous alternative cures are embraced
    I absolutely think that alternative treatments are too quickly rejected by the medical establishment. Breathing exercises, meditation and guided imagery help patients to relax and can improve...
    Jun 17, '09
    Forum: Nursing News
  23. WANTED: Nursing student tidbits of advice
    There's not much wrote memorization you'll have to do regarding math. You will need to know the 1 g = 1000 mg and 1 mg = 1000 mcg (micrograms). What you need to know isn't even algebra -- it's...
    Jun 17, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  24. WANTED: Nursing student tidbits of advice
    You should feel comfortable with basic math stuff -- multiplying and dividing fractions, conversions of units and such. It's best to know how to do word problems because that's what the questions...
    Jun 17, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  25. Pregnancy Denial-- a real psychological disorder?
    I'm sorry, when I brought up lactation what I meant was that women with hysterical pregnancies can begin to lactate/leak (symptom of pregnancy that occurs in the case of hysterical pregnancy can...
    Jun 17, '09
    Forum: Ob/Gyn Nursing


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