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  1. typical day of a PACU nurse?
    Can anywone here share any advice.. I've been an OR nurse for 5 + years and I'm about to start a PACU training program. I have no ICU experience... do you think I will be okay? I have my ACLS & PALS....
    May 23, '13
    Forum: PACU Nursing
  2. Operating room nurse wants to become a Pacu nurse
    I was an OR nurse for 5 years, where I scrubbed and circulated. I did many specialties... general, thoracic, cardiac and trauma cases. The patient acuity is much higher and the patients either...
    May 23, '13
    Forum: PACU Nursing
  3. Do you need your BSN before you become an NP?
    Well speaking from experience, I find it very niave and frustrating that new graduate nurses and/or nursing students are pursuing their advanced degrees with no basic nursing knowledge or experience....
    Sep 7, '12
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  4. FNP vs Acute care NP vs CRNA
    I am a RN with my BSN, PHN and 5 years experience. I make $80k a year doing 3-12 hour shifts a week. It can be done :) by advancing your degree and/or specialty certifications. I keep thinking about...
    Jun 30, '12
    Forum: Student Nurse Practitioner
  5. FNP, RNFA Advise
    Congratulations on completing your NP. Can I ask are you a new grad RN or do you have work experience as an RN? I've worked in the OR/PACU for the past 6 years and surgery is VERY different from...
    Jun 29, '12
    Forum: Advanced Practice Nursing
  6. Experience for NP vs. CRNA
    Hi all, I'm sure there are many threads covering similar topics but I'm looking for some guidance... I am an RN with my BSN, PHN, CNOR with 6 years experience. I have worked in the OR my entire...
    Jun 29, '12
    Forum: Advanced Practice Nursing
  7. How much do you make as an RN in Labor and Delivery where you work?
    I make $43/hr doing 12 hour day shifts. I work in the Operating Room and just accepeted a position in L & D, where my pay rate will remain the same. I have 3.5 years experience as an RN. In addition...
    Nov 5, '11
    Forum: Ob/Gyn Nursing