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  1. how do I ignore a participant
    When I was a kid . . we loved fried baloney. Now, I can't even stomach the idea of baloney, cooked or not. :facepalm:
    Aug 29
    Forum: How To Use Site
  2. I Miss My Nails
    I think you'll get used to it. I can't stand it when my nails grow out even a little bit. It feels so much cleaner to have them short. Plus, nail polish peels off my nails in one day. ...
    Aug 28
    Forum: CNA/MA - Nursing / Medical Assistant
  3. head laceration
    Well, that's true - for a true emergency bleeding issue. But I think we can cut some slack here with a minor head lac that isn't going to kill anyone. ;)
    Aug 28
    Forum: School Nurses
  4. Nurses with worse spelling than mine are laughable.
    Uh oh. :no:
    Aug 28
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  5. Nurses with worse spelling than mine are laughable.
    Me too. Like fingernails on a chalkboard. :eek:
    Aug 27
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  6. Do you think too tight pants causes abdominal problems?
    I agree with the above posts . . . no access to any research at this moment but I'll bet tight pants CAN cause abdominal problems.
    Aug 27
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  7. head laceration
    Oh dear . . . your principal must be kissing-cousins with MY principal. One of the hazards of this job is people who have NO medical background telling you what to do. You did fine. Just...
    Aug 27
    Forum: School Nurses
  8. how do I ignore a participant
    Agree imintrouble. That's why it didn't work for me. It is nice to have the option though. Just don't peek!!
    Aug 27
    Forum: How To Use Site
  9. how do I ignore a participant
    I did that once with an AN member. But I was too curious and clicked on the link . . . . . . :whistling:
    Aug 27
    Forum: How To Use Site
  10. CNA before nursing
    TheCommuter - you took the words right out of the mouth of my mentor who advised me not to take the CNA class. My mentor was also the Director of Nursing at my hospital and used to teach in a...
    Aug 27
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  11. CNA before nursing
    My own experience is different Viva my friend. Becoming a CNA first would not have made me a better nurse. But this has to be decided on an individual basis. It certainly doesn't hurt anything...
    Aug 25
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  12. Nurses with worse spelling than mine are laughable.
    Oh yeah, my Arkansas grannie said "I'm fixing to switch your legs if you two don't stop bickering!". Definitely heard "fixing to" . . .. never "finna". Now I'm going to ask around at work...
    Aug 25
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  13. Nurses with worse spelling than mine are laughable.
    It is a "back east" kind of word? Because saying it out loud sounds really really odd!!
    Aug 25
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  14. Nurses with worse spelling than mine are laughable.
    Whew! I don't feel so odd now. :up: It is my understand that it means "gonna". I don't know how that happened though. Someone should link us to the history of that word.
    Aug 25
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  15. Nurses with worse spelling than mine are laughable.
    Honestly, I've never heard "finna" before. I had no idea what it meant until someone explained it. I've lived all over California - north to south and back north again. Beach communities,...
    Aug 25
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  16. CNA before nursing
    No, I don't think it should be a requirement. As RNsRWe mentioned, you learn all that in first semester of nursing school. I was a second-career nursing student. I was advised not to take a...
    Aug 25
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  17. Nurses with worse spelling than mine are laughable.
    Me too! I heard it today. Whom is fine. I've never heard "finna" though. :down:
    Aug 25
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  18. Rumors and privacy . . . .
    I don't either but this person called the school secretary who told the principal . . . . and the rest is history. Thanks for the advice everyone.
    Aug 25
    Forum: School Nurses
  19. This will be a tough year
    As a 57 year old mom of four kids , I will tell you your mom was proud of you and would be even more proud to read your tribute to her. I am proud of you. My condolences in the loss of your mom....
    Aug 24
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  20. Asking people out from work
    How funny! I just logged on and saw another thread about this same subject and then saw yours. . . . . .take a look here: http://allnurses.com/male-nursing-student/anybody-here-ever-944225.html
    Aug 23
    Forum: Patient Care Technician / Assistants (PCT/PCA)
  21. Anybody here ever found a GF or a future wife as a "murse" at work?
    Why not look for someone who shares the same interests as you? What kinds of things, outside work, do you like to do? I have a good male friend who is a nurse (most guys I know hate the term...
    Aug 23
    Forum: Male Nursing Student
  22. Babies in hospital rooms. ..ugh!! *twitch*
    Oh my gosh . . .my mother-in-law gave my first-born son a "blanket fever" in the middle of summer by swaddling him in a thick blanket!! :facepalm:
    Aug 23
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  23. Babies in hospital rooms. ..ugh!! *twitch*
    I agree - babies need to be assessed way before 6 months. Maybe that doc made house calls? When I had my first child, in 1983, there was a left-over consensus from my mother's generation that...
    Aug 23
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  24. Rumors and privacy . . . .
    Well, I'm not leaving for a year. :) And I still frequent the ER and L&D threads even though I do don't those jobs anymore. It gets in your blood. Most of the time I'm simply whining here about...
    Aug 23
    Forum: School Nurses
  25. Wrapping Injuries
    Thanks! That's funny . . . .the ankle bone itself was left out of the ace wrap. I've always covered the ankle bone too.
    Aug 22
    Forum: School Nurses


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