Published Feb 23, 2007
TheCommuter, BSN, RN
Within my first year of nursing, I went through three jobs (all at nursing homes). I have finally found a tolerable nursing home and have decided to stick it out until I resign, become terminated, or become an RN.
ARE YOU AN LPN NOW?
I obtained LVN licensure 13 months ago, so I am still fairly new to this game of politics, horrid working conditions, unsupportive nurse managers, and the rest of the crap. However, I think I am just learning how to maneuver and meander through the politics. I have been at my current job since February 2006, and it is tolerable for now.
Yes, I'm an LVN (as evidenced by my signature that can be seen below every single one of my posts). :)never mind
RNLisa, are you shouting on purpose or is your caps lock stuck?
I am sorry.
I was not shouting.
I didn't not intend to make it appear I was shouting.
I tried to just delete the entire post, but I cannot.
It was not an important one anyway.
I guess my caps lock were on and I didn't even notice.
I apologize to TheCommuter and to you, Janfrn
Thank you for bringing that to my attention, Janfrn.
I will make sure I do not do that again, unless I am trying to make a point or emphasize something in my posts.
I apologize to TheCommuter
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