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  1. Is it possible to get out of a signed contract if a nurse doesn't like her job.
    Yes, it's possible. A contract requires each side to live up to its commitment. Is the employer providing what they promised?
    Nov 5
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  2. Staffing ratios
    Your "Compassion and Choices" example is not even close to the same. People were actually taking action and accomplishing something. The petition discussed here is an example of slacktivism at it's...
    Oct 23
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  3. Facebook nurses and patients
    Where did you go OP? All these nice people have helped you out with your homework, but you have been silent. Why don't you share the good and bad that you claim you have seen?
    Oct 19
    Forum: HIPAA and Nursing Challenges
  4. Magnet status
    But, you don't have to be Magnet to have shared governance and all the other things to achieve great employee and patient satisfaction. I work at a Magnet hospital, and it is a great place to...
    Oct 18
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  5. Night Shift Relationship Woes
    On your nights off, when he works in the AM, maybe that would be a good time for you to do some vacuuming and other household chores.
    Oct 10
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  6. Malpractice insurance
    I have always carried my own. The arguments against doing it never made sense to me. That is, until I read this article: ...
    Oct 9
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  7. forunate to be torn between two job offers
    You will eventually leave Kindred to go to the other one. You might as well skip that step and start working on your seniority so you can go to the day shift someday.
    Oct 8
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  8. My rights after pt assault
    The hospital, or you, wouldn't be who "files charges". You simply call the police and report what happened. If you are going to do it, the sooner the better!
    Oct 7
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  9. Magazines? Education while working
    I have a unlimited ce membership for about $50 a year at And has video recorded presentations from conferences that are excellent. They are $30 a...
    Oct 4
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  10. Can this be put on the homepage or SOMETHING?!
    I'm only trying to provide information so that those who want to be more then a slacktivist can do so. if that doesn't include you, then by all means just ignore my posts.
    Oct 1
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  11. Can this be put on the homepage or SOMETHING?!
    But,via this particular petition, you are not petitioning a lawmaker. You are not petitioning your representative, who depends on your vote to keep their job. You are not petitioning the very...
    Oct 1
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  12. Can a patient sign discharge instructions after sedation?
    Who cares who signs the paper? It's not a legal agreement. Where I work we don't have anyone sign DC instructions. We simply chart that we reviewed them with whoever. Don't make things harder on...
    Oct 1
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  13. Can this be put on the homepage or SOMETHING?!
    Perhaps there is very little response because many of us realize that this is not how legislation is made. What exactly to you think is going to come from us signing a online petition? You said...
    Oct 1
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  14. Staffing ratios
    Please, tell me about all the meaningful legislation that has come from the petitions signed on that White House website.
    Sep 30
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  15. Staffing ratios
    If there are two bills already, we should be putting the heat on Congress to act on them. Not wasting our time rallying each other and our friends and relatives to go to a govt website to sign a...
    Sep 29
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  16. Can this be put on the homepage or SOMETHING?!
    I thought it was pretty well known that these petitions we not living up t what was promised. "We The People petitions are basically just fodder for the White House press shop. If responding to a...
    Sep 26
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  17. Not sure how to handle this employment dilemma... help?
    Just go and see what happens! What is posted on line isn't always the most accurate picture of what is actually available. By going to the interview, you may be offered something that works for...
    Sep 14
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  18. What is the least stressful high paying nursing specialty?
    Employee health nurse at Google.
    Aug 7
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  19. New Grad outlook in Denver
    It hasn't changed that much. People have been moving here in droves for the last 25 years, which has more to do with lower nurse pay and higher rents then marijuana does.
    Aug 6
    Forum: Colorado Nursing
  20. Is it just me, or is this rude, sexist, and condescending?
    I've wasted way too much time reading this, so I might was well go a bit further. A few other things to think about.... Let's say he uses the restroom an average of Q3.5H per shift. That's 3-4...
    Aug 1
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  21. New grads in specialties without the basics
    Well said!
    Aug 1
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  22. New grads in specialties without the basics
    No, it's a different website referencing the same list you posted earlier.
    Aug 1
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  23. New grads in specialties without the basics
    Perhaps your school didn't prepare you to analyze research, or a simple ranking of nursing schools. Your list of top 100 hundred nursing programs is for master's programs.
    Jul 30
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  24. What Nurses Really Want
    Thank you.
    Jul 11
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics
  25. What Nurses Really Want
    I think we all agree (and there is research to back it up) that in general, lower patient to nurse ratios lead to better patient outcomes. That isn't the question I asked.
    Jul 11
    Forum: Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics