mindlor 16,281 Views
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Back when I was a kid I was in the church choir. Ole bobby, a pal of mine was too. Bobby loved to sing and he sang loud. He thought he had the most melodious voice ever. Everyone felt for Bobby and praised him and told him what a wonderful voice he had. He ate up the praise and sang louder and bolder than ever while all within a 500 ft radius cringed.....
People were afraid to tell Bobby the truth. They were afraid they would hurt his feelings. They did him an injustice.
I will not do the same for you. The pure heartless statistics say that your probability of passing is virtually nil. My take is that you have been coddled and people have not been honest with you. It seems that you have an overinflated opinion of yourself.
As others have eluded to . the fact that you have not studied just blows my freakin mind? Seriously?
Here is the honest truth. It is time to look at other career choices. Sorry.
Time to fire some people. Not enough people get fired.
FIRE FIRE FIRE.....
That has nothing to do with patient abandonment.
Nope, I have A BS in Management and was accepted into the direct entry BSN/MSN program at Columbia University. I was there for a week and withdrew after a week after being diagnosed with cancer....1 year later and cancer free so far I am back in a local ADN program.
At Columbia, the first year would have been focused on getting my lic as an RN and a simultaneous BSN. The second year would have been the MSN program.
There would have been very little focus on bedside nursing skills......
Personally, I do not think the direct entry MSN is the way to go.......you can get your ARNP sure enough but then you flounder? I dont see how a school can bestow an MSN on a nurse with no experience......just my two bits....
Heart sounds eh.....
Many of my patients are super obese, or super sick. More often than not I cannot hear any heart sounds...thhey are so faint....
Anyone else haave trbl hearing the heart?
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