Welcome! Please post a new thread and introduce yourself!

  1. previously all the introductions were done on one long thread. we decided to create this introduction forum, where newcomers, and everyone can post a little bit about themselves, so we all can get to know each other and see what things we all have in common.

    feel free to include as much or as little information as you wish, maybe your name, age, location, education, specialty etc...

    even if you've posted on the previous closed thread, feel free to start a new introduction thread, so that way we all have a unique thread

    i hope you enjoy allnurses.com and find it a friendly welcoming atmosphere to discuss and learn from other nursing colleagues around the world!

    click here to start a new thread and introduce yourself
    Last edit by brian on Feb 20, '04
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  3. by   Nurse Ratched
    I would also like to suggest that if your first post is a specific question, please feel free to browse our forums list: https://allnurses.com/forums/ to find the one most suited to your question. I'm afraid a lot of questions may be missed by those who don't pop into the introductions forums, but who could certainly help!

    Enjoy allnurses!
  4. by   SmilingBluEyes
    One more point to add.

    We request anyone posting here NOT include such personal information as:

    *email addresses
    *Home addresses
    *Phone numbers
    *Specific workplace or school names/locations when alleging crimes or specific complaints. (could land you in legal trouble!)
    *Other such very clearly-identifying information that could prove harmful to your safety and security.

    Please note, it is a violation of our Terms of Service to post such information, whether the purpose is doing research, seeking assistance/information or other reasons, without the express prior approval of Brian and the Administration Team. Solicitation for any purpose is also a violation of site Terms of Service and doing such will jeopardize your membership here.

    Thank you for understanding and again, welcome to allnurses.com!
    Last edit by SmilingBluEyes on Oct 3, '05