To the new grads... - page 4

I wanted to take a few minutes and reach out to those students that are nearing the end of the torture called nursing school :uhoh3:. I graduated in July and like most of you have probably already heard, the job market is tough.... Read More

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    i don't even care im ready for these jerk nurses, like in clinical, i was always on top of my game so when they dished it out, i came right back but with a smile, and that made them more angry.

    oh man! this one time, a nurse tried to say I was dumb because a picc line "couldn't possibly" cause infiltration as she was a nurse for "15 years bla blabla"

    so, i said..then why do you go look? and ofcourse it was and i was right. - i was like.. so you don't believe thats a possibility?

    maybe she should read about them in her book again stupid lazy witch

    my teacher was so proud of me. i smiled, and said "yes, i know when someones ARM is THAT cold, their hand, and forearm is bulging like pop-pye the sailor, that the fluids the cause, regardless of the type of line!

    i turned off the pump, but it included the morphine drip - man was she angry!

    he was complaining of pain for so long and no one understood why.. i go in, turn him over q2, and wow..he looked like popeye.

    they called him into IR the next day, and my teacher kept me updated.

    god, i hated her. (that evil brat nurse) but oh man, she looked so dumb after trying to embarrass me at the station in front of the dr.'s and med students! ha! best day of clinical ever.
    Last edit by HelloNurse_RN on Apr 3, '11 : Reason: spelling

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    Hello I have to give an address at the pinning ceremony on April 28th and I have no idea where to begin! Any advice?
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    Hello, I know this has nothing to do with teh subject but I thought I would ask anyway, I have to give a speech for the pinning ceremony and i have no idea where to begin! Any advice!? Thanks
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    I'm about to be a graduate nurse as of May 13, 2011, and I really am trying to avoid the headache and struggle of not having a job before then. I'll graduate with my ADN to go along with my BA & MA degrees (in other disciplines). I'm not having the best of luck so far on getting any feedback, yet alone, landing ANY interviews (and I've applied to only about 75+ positions...literally!). Does anyone have ANY information on GN positions in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, or anywhere in Texas for that matter? I would really appreciate all the help and assistance that I can get....

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