Published Dec 13, 2003
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Congrats!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Feels good yes. Now get some rest- take a couple of days to sleep in. You deserve it.
:balloons: CONGRATS TO YOU ON YOUR SUCCESSFULL PASSING OF THE STATE BOARDS! :kiss :biggringi
i'm only 18 and i have my ged..... i'm a cna and going for my rn... congradulations......... :roll
P_RN, ADN, RN
CongGRADulations!!!!!!!!!!!!! ya did it!:kiss
That is just fantastic! Congratulations to you.
I am confused. There is another thread where a graduate nurse got in big trouble for using RN and so many of you couldn't believe she did that. Here a gradute nurse posts that she is an RN and everyone is yahooing and congratulating her.
So which is it, are you a RN after you graduate or are you an RN after you take the boards? Seems to me that there is some confusion.
I was a JD after I graduated law school and a lawyer after I passed the bar.
You are a "GN" (graduate nurse) after completing nursing school, and an "RN" upon successfully passing NCLEX-RN (state boards).
What's a med mal lawyer doing here? Sorry if I seem a bit suspicious of your motives. Apologies if you're just interested, but you have to admit it seems a bit odd.
I come here because I am interested in what nurses have to say about patient care and hospital politics.
I am a defense attorney who is interested in Health Law. I come here because I care about nurses. I know you are generally overworked and under appreciated. Who knows maybe someday I will be able to help you effect change.
Thanks for clarifying...when you see med mal and you're a healthcare provider, you tend to think of an atty. that goes after medical professionals.
Hope you find the site interesting.
I know I made an error here,but I was excited and it was around 5 a.m. I havnt signed RN on any document yet, but thanks to you all!!
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