klone, MSN, RN Pro 107,732 Views
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Interviewing is a skill, and skills develop through practice. Just keep putting yourself out there, applying and interviewing, and over time you will get better at it.
You are not overreacting. She sounds pretty awful. However, unless you all created a united front and went together to HR as a group, I don't think it would make any changes, other than making work unpleasant for you.
Would you mind sharing some of your meals, what you are eating. I have tried low carb a couple of times and couldn't stick to it so maybe I just need some carbs to manage. It is hard though...would love ideas on how you find it more manageable!
My husband I have been doing keto for almost 2 months. I have lost some weight slowly (about 16 lbs) and hope to lose about 50 lbs more over the next year. What is more remarkable is how I FEEL - more energy, better mood, less hunger and blood sugar swings. I definitely can see this as a diet that I can (and should) follow for the rest of my life. I did Atkins 15 years ago, and I remember the induction phase being hell, and just couldn't wait until the 2 weeks were over so I could increase my carbs. This time around it's been incredibly simple. I am generally eating about 15 g/carbs per day (my limit is 20 but just don't seem to get up that high most days). I haven't had any cravings or feelings of despair, like I want to quit. It's been a complete shift in my mindset regarding carbs and sugar.
No, I am not an exerciser.
NAU has an excellent nursing program. I can't believe that with a full-ride scholarship, the fees would prevent you from being able to pay for it! Did you get a scholarship for GCU?
Was there a reason why you chose GCU over a lower cost public university, like ASU? Or one of the many community colleges?
Would just hate to see you start your nursing career bogged down by $100,000 in student loans.
Not effective mentorship or leadership. But no, not bullying.
In forty years, and in hospitals on the east coast, west coast and midwest, I've worked for organizations that were good and fair employers. I have never worked for one that wasn't. I must be incredibly lucky. Or maybe all of those awful hospitals to dump employees for no good reason aren't really so awful.
I agree that it was INCREDIBLY unprofessional of the instructor. But no, I wouldn't call it bullying.
Lesson learned - when you need to communicate with the physician regarding YOUR patient, do it yourself.
Employment at will. The employer or the employee can terminate employment at any time, for any reason, or no reason at all.
I truly believe that a person's loyalty/responsibility should be to themselves and their families FIRST. I also really don't want an employee who is not fully engaged in their job. I would rather they leave and make room for someone who is.
There is an forum here specifically for UTA.
Fair enough. I still disagree that L&D is not critical care, but you're free to disagree with me.
I do not consider OR or OB critical care overall.
I'm curious if these degree programs are heavier on the business or administration side of things. That's something in which I think most MSN/Leadership programs are sorely lacking, which is disappointing because that's a huge part of what you do in a nursing leadership role.
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