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  1. Discrimination against males in the nursing profession.
    Prior to joining the profession and pursuing a career in nursing, I had my own stereotypical mindset to breakdown. For years, I had been advised from those in the field that I should consider nursing...
    Mar 26, '13
    Forum: Men in Nursing
  2. precepting new grads in ER
    I myself am a recent new grad who started in the ED straight out of nursing school with relatively no clinical experience (EMT-Basic for 6 months, ED-preceptorship for 1 month in nursing school). I...
    Feb 19, '13
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  3. New Nurse Looking For ER Advice
    I disagree about the mentality that you need to "pay your dues" before getting into the ER. This is the mindset of a lot of people, to go do some time in med-surg or another area before you're...
    Jan 17, '13
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  4. New Nurse Looking For ER Advice
    I am a new grad and was fortunate to start my nursing career in the ED at a large, urban, county hospital. I have been there 5 months now and love it. It did, however, take about 4 months after I was...
    Jan 17, '13
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  5. Slim-Fit Men's Scrubs?
    Check out IguanaMed. Their 7400/7300 top/bottoms are more of an athletic fit. I am 6'0 195lbs and the Large is actually a perfect fit. With other scrubs, I feel like I'm swimming with even a medium...
    Jan 16, '13
    Forum: Men in Nursing
  6. How long was your orientation
    I work at a level 1 trauma facility in a large, urban, county-run teaching hospital. I'm on the medical side and as a new grad had about 20 weeks of orientation. Was also put through a critical care...
    Jan 12, '13
    Forum: Emergency Nursing


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