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  1. New Nurse Looking For ER Advice
    If you are willing to relocate for your dream ER job, it can be done as a new grad. I have found that large teaching hospitals tend to be much more inclined to the hiring of new grads in the ED. I...
    Jan 18, '13
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  2. Can a new grad work in the ER?
    I work in a 90 bed Level 1 Trauma center and we hire new grads in batches of 15-20. I don't think it's the greatest idea, but noone asked me:/ The majority do well and even flourish, but we do lose a...
    Jan 18, '13
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  3. What's your patient load?
    Level 1 Trauma Unit 3:1 in all areas except hold area which is 4:1 and Resus Bays which are 3:2.
    Jan 18, '13
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  4. Triage complaints- the good, the bad, and the shocking.
    "I think I might have been drugged last night at the bar by a hairdresser because my bangs are shorter than usual and I don't remember getting a haircut." At a Level 1 Trauma center at 1AM.
    Jan 18, '13
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  5. How do you decompress/debrief?
    LOL, I work in an ED at a Catholic hospital, that would be the perfect name for our informal staff meetings. :cheers:
    Nov 10, '11
    Forum: Emergency Nursing
  6. How do you decompress/debrief?
    Eggs and Kegs with the rest of the 7P to 7A ER nurses always works for me:)
    Nov 10, '11
    Forum: Emergency Nursing


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