Are you new here? - page 114

Hey, welcome to the site! I really feel bad when I see all the threads from new people introducing themselves. There's just NO WAY that I could stop and post to each and every one of you! So I... Read More

  1. by   2timez
    Hello my name is Jen, im from CT and currently a student, I am so glad to have found this place and I cant wait to meet everyone
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  3. by   lpnnurse051
    I am new here and want to say hello to all. I am an LPN from Michigan and work in a long term care facility. I love working with the elderly ... they are so precious, sweet, and full of challenges and surprises.

    I have two daughters, ages 15 and 21, who I love dearly. My significant other is the best. I love him more everyday.

    Looking forward to making many friends here.

  4. by   nurse29
    Hello Everyone. I love and appreciate all of the information that everyone has shared. This is a great site...
  5. by   selene07sparkle
    hello I'm Selene from the Philippines! I'm a nursing student and currently in my Second Year! It's great that I found this site just for all the nurses around! Well honeslty, I'm having a hard time to cope up with my studies these days... Can somebody give me some advice... I know that most people here in this forum were finally nurses!!! :chuckle
  6. by   lpnnurse051
    I am in awe of you doing all this with two tiny tots to keep you busy at the same time. I did it with two children but at least they were like 6 and 12.
    Good luck. It is all worth it in the end.
  7. by   Thunderwolf
    to !!!

    and thanks for registering as a new member!

    in our forums, you will find all the nursing news, support and direction that you will need as a new or seasoned nurse in the field. we have about 150 forums in total.

    our list of different forums is located here:

    have a topic to discuss or question to ask? go the the list of forums, pick the forum that best matches, and post in there (pg 13 language always). you will get feedback. so, check back often.

    just a few bulletin board reminders for new members:

    and, lastly

    well, that should get you started. and, we hope you enjoy and participate often. we are a community of nurses (and future nurses) who enjoy being at the service of each other!

    your supermoderators,

    smilingblueyes & thunderwolf

  8. by   harleyguy698
    I am new here. I am a LPN currently working in a ER in Tennessee. My experience over the last 11 years has taken me through all parts of the hospital but my love is ER. I got most of my experience in the Military as a combat medic in Panama and the first Persion Gulf War. After returning in 1991 I went to LPN school in San Antonio Texas. I am looking forward to meeting and chating with folks about the job. I wanted to say hello to everyone and yes i am a harley rider and don't look alot like a nurse on my off time. I have a profile on yahoo as harleyguy698. Thats in case anyone wants to see what i look like. Thanks for having me and yell when you want.
  9. by   jimbr1
    Hello,new member here! I'm Jim an RN working in Massachusetts (7yrs), mostly on telemetry a late start in nsg..graduated nsg school at age 45...also been riding motorcycles for over 30 years (old Triumphs - although not as old as me!)...
  10. by   orange50
    Hi I'm Orange50
    I really am 50. I just became a grandmother of a beautiful baby girl in Israel. In 2-3yrs. i hope to move there.

    Nursing wise: I graduated from a BSN program in 1981. I have worked on and off. In the hospital Med/Surg. Have done home health for 7+ yrs. and then I did home health. I also did a stint with a culturally different (Persian)
    Adult Day healthcare.
    I am now looking again and will try homehealth again. I saw some stuff about Phone nursing. How do you get an entry level position? How bilingual do you have to be? I don't mind studying on my own time, but can't find where to start. Thanks for any help!
    Orange 50
  11. by   orange50
    nice to meet you.
  12. by   sweetcherrypie16
    Hey yall. I just turned 16 last week, but I am a junior in high school and am looking to graduate a semester early next year. I have wanted to be an NICU nurse since I was like 5 years old. I have three premature sisters that I practically raised myself and am very familiar with the NICU. I am actually doing a report for my career related class called Future Focus right now and I have a question. I obviously don't understand this whole posting thing yet or I would have asked this question in the right category, but...What are the requirements to become a Nicky nurse? I've been told you need your RN and either LPN or BSN. Is that correct? If you could help me out, that would be greatly appreciated. Have a great day!

    <3sweet cherry pie
  13. by   skyfly27
    Hello to the site. I am a 3rd semester nursing student.