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  • 11:23 pm

    I've been at AN for over 15 years, since I decided to apply to nursing school. In my time here, I've gone from nursing student, to fledgling novice OB RN, to a skilled and expert L&D nurse, to getting my MSN, and my first supervisor job, then manager, and in 2 days, I start a new job in a new state as a Director of Women's and Newborn Services.

    AN is so important to me. I am always grateful for the professional insight, as well as the camaraderie.

    I like to think that the only reason I have not been asked to help out as a guide or moderator is because I swear too much. *******s.

  • 11:06 pm

    If the certification is a required part of your job description, then yes, it is reasonable to put you on unpaid administrative leave and receive disciplinary action if you allow it to expire.

  • 10:53 pm

    I've been at AN for over 15 years, since I decided to apply to nursing school. In my time here, I've gone from nursing student, to fledgling novice OB RN, to a skilled and expert L&D nurse, to getting my MSN, and my first supervisor job, then manager, and in 2 days, I start a new job in a new state as a Director of Women's and Newborn Services.

    AN is so important to me. I am always grateful for the professional insight, as well as the camaraderie.

    I like to think that the only reason I have not been asked to help out as a guide or moderator is because I swear too much. *******s.

  • 10:09 pm

    I've been at AN for over 15 years, since I decided to apply to nursing school. In my time here, I've gone from nursing student, to fledgling novice OB RN, to a skilled and expert L&D nurse, to getting my MSN, and my first supervisor job, then manager, and in 2 days, I start a new job in a new state as a Director of Women's and Newborn Services.

    AN is so important to me. I am always grateful for the professional insight, as well as the camaraderie.

    I like to think that the only reason I have not been asked to help out as a guide or moderator is because I swear too much. *******s.

  • 9:46 pm

    Regarding the McDonald's coffee lawsuit: McDonald's had been cited several times prior to the incident by OSHA for keeping their coffee 20 to 30° hotter than OSHA recommendations. They knew that the temperature they served their coffee could cause third-degree burns in under 10 seconds of exposure, but they chose to serve it that way anyway because they thought it "tasted better".

  • 9:19 pm

    I've been at AN for over 15 years, since I decided to apply to nursing school. In my time here, I've gone from nursing student, to fledgling novice OB RN, to a skilled and expert L&D nurse, to getting my MSN, and my first supervisor job, then manager, and in 2 days, I start a new job in a new state as a Director of Women's and Newborn Services.

    AN is so important to me. I am always grateful for the professional insight, as well as the camaraderie.

    I like to think that the only reason I have not been asked to help out as a guide or moderator is because I swear too much. *******s.

  • 9:03 pm

    I've been at AN for over 15 years, since I decided to apply to nursing school. In my time here, I've gone from nursing student, to fledgling novice OB RN, to a skilled and expert L&D nurse, to getting my MSN, and my first supervisor job, then manager, and in 2 days, I start a new job in a new state as a Director of Women's and Newborn Services.

    AN is so important to me. I am always grateful for the professional insight, as well as the camaraderie.

    I like to think that the only reason I have not been asked to help out as a guide or moderator is because I swear too much. *******s.

  • 4:40 pm

    No, I would instead find a different job. I would never work somewhere that would reduce me to tears before each shift. Life's too short for that ****.

  • 1:19 pm

    I've worked for Centura. I found that it didn't align with my values as an OB/women's health nurse, so it's not somewhere I would choose to work. Have not worked for SCL, but I imagine it would be the same for me as well. I prefer secular hospitals. Sorry I can't be more help.

  • 11:41 am

    My understanding of utilization review (and please correct me if Im wrong) is that it deals primarily with inpatient hospital stay. With that in mind, I would think that looking at the entire spectrum of the patient's care, from hospital to home (job #1) would be more relevant and transferable.

  • 11:31 am

    IMO, anyone who is in any way defending, or not strongly denouncing this t-shirt, and this guy for wearing it, is a disgusting human being. You may feel emboldened by our current pathetic excuse for the POTUS, but you are on the WRONG side of history.

  • 9:13 am

    IMO, anyone who is in any way defending, or not strongly denouncing this t-shirt, and this guy for wearing it, is a disgusting human being. You may feel emboldened by our current pathetic excuse for the POTUS, but you are on the WRONG side of history.

  • 1:17 am

    Quote from GlenwoodUSN

    All you by the book naysayers really ought to try it before you knock it. Don't live like a socialist goose-stepping prude. Live a little and explore.
    You assume a lot.

    I don't deny that there are a lot of untapped medical benefits to marijuana. But let's not be disingenuous here. You're a dude who wants to toke. We see posts like this here about once a month. And yeah, I don't get it.

  • 1:12 am

    Smoking weed is not all that. Why are people so obsessed with it?

  • 1:08 am

    Regarding the McDonald's coffee lawsuit: McDonald's had been cited several times prior to the incident by OSHA for keeping their coffee 20 to 30° hotter than OSHA recommendations. They knew that the temperature they served their coffee could cause third-degree burns in under 10 seconds of exposure, but they chose to serve it that way anyway because they thought it "tasted better".


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