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Hi, I responded to a message, then happened to look at the dates. Do any nurses and/or students use this site anymore? I just found allnurses.com and was happy to see a Maine page, but then realized it appears no one uses it. I would think this might be a nice place to see who is out there (anon), what they are doing, maybe the changes etc. Just wondering??

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Hi, I responded to a message, then happened to look at the dates. Do any nurses and/or students use this site anymore? I just found allnurses.com and was happy to see a Maine page, but then realized it appears no one uses it. I would think this might be a nice place to see who is out there (anon), what they are doing, maybe the changes etc. Just wondering??

Maine traveler.. I "live" in Maine but work elsewhere. It's the only way I can afford to live there. My contract is almost up and I'll be home for a week and half in late April and then off to Memphis TN.

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Hi Acadia

I live in Maine. Probably not to far from you. Acadia is about 45 minutes from me.

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Hello, I am a pre-nursing student who is also in Maine. It would be great if we could try to get the Maine thread active.

Susan

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markjrn works as a ICU, ER, Med/Surg/Tele, PCU, IMC, Stepdown, Ortho/.

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I'm in Maine too. Unfortunately the Maine forum doesn't seem to see a lot of activity. :o

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Well there's 5 of us so far....that's more than there was last week....so

:spin:

maybe we can get the ball rolling!

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canoehead has 30 years experience as a BSN, RN and works as a RN ER.

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I'm here....I assumed there were no other Mainers since no one ever show up!

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palesarah works as a NICU RN.

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I don't live in Maine but I work there now ;) I live just over the border in New Hampshire and commute to Portland.

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PaleSarah...I love your signature quote. I am a Creative Memories Addict...I was a Consultant until last year when I took on an Asst DON position and I just didnt have time.....8 hour days turned into exhauting 10 and 12 hour days....things have settled down pretty good though....occasionally we do still work a long day here or there...and I have gotten back to my scrapbooking though not on a Consultant level.

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Hi Canoehead.....

Did you participate in any spring Canoe races in Maine or NH?

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What conferences, workshops do you attend in Maine, NH?

Which ones do you go to every year?

I go to Healthcare Symposium and will be going to NH's this week...I can't wait for it to hit Maine....and at the Maine one parking is not good. I am staying right at the Radison where the Symposium is so should feel great not to have to deal with that traffic in the morning.

Our company is having a 3 day retreat at the end of April in Portland. Many of the crew can't wait to hit the bars...what else is there to do at night in Portland? I may go have a drink with them but I don't want to spend my whole evening hopping bars.

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canoehead has 30 years experience as a BSN, RN and works as a RN ER.

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No no canoeing for me in April, I's not crazy- or at least not that crazy.

I do, however treat the canoers that fall in the drink every year for hypothermia. That's a blast because someone usually has a case of beer to help them all warm up. They tend to be happy drunks though.

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