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  • Jun 17

    TBH NP's make not much more than RN's. My son has a BSN and works in a major metro city. While he does overtime, he is making more than me.

  • Jun 12

    I was in a medical spa and the injector told me the worst thing was the patient who brings in her friend. Friend always has too much to say about this and that and she's not even paying for the service.

  • May 16

    This is called push back. I believe some woman wrote a book on it. Corporate will push as far as they can. It's like the frog in the pot thought. The hope is that one becomes used to it and it becomes the new norm. After that a new push is put in place. I saw this 10 years ago in Georgia. I was a night nurse. We were not called off but if not needed at 7 pm we would be on call until 11 pm. This was with zero pay for 4 hours. Nurses complained but eventually they complied. This seems to be the next push. May I ask if this is happening in a southeast state. Conditions are the worst down here, especially in the smaller towns and rural areas.

  • Apr 5

    I just reread your post. Did you pull too many narcotics and forget to credit them back to the patient? We had a nurse who did this (and she was not let go but good friends with charge nurse!). I am starting to believe that nursing is not a good field to be in. And I am now unemployed!!!

  • Apr 5

    Yes, this is going on. I do not take narcotics at all. My documentation was scrutinized and I was fired. I filed for unemployment benefits and was denied. I have appealed and this has really ticked them off. I just got the papers delivered to my house stating that I was an unsafe nurse and a poor employee (absolutely NOT TRUE!). Now due to the fact I filed unemployment they will state "do not rehire". I always believed workers had rights. NOT TRUE! Anyway, you may get let go and it will not be about narcotics. They will say it is about charting or something else. They also stated I had a "customer" that was not satisfied with my services. Excuse me, but really, unemployment can be denied over this! If I were you I would go get a drug test RIGHT NOW. Yes, they may let you go but they will not be able to attack your license as well (hopefully).

  • Mar 2

    I do not think of myself as "advanced age." I am 56.

  • Feb 19

    I do not think of myself as "advanced age." I am 56.

  • Feb 17

    I do not think of myself as "advanced age." I am 56.

  • Dec 17 '17

    I just did this in a state that requires a collaborative physician. I just opened my 2nd location. Love what I am doing. No one should ever think this is easy. It's not at all. I'm still learning but I enjoy my patients and honestly I provide more for them via my time.

  • Dec 13 '17

    Here we go. I knew this was coming (which is why I started this thread). They are now saying the shooter was on valium. Talking head on Fox news with Martha McCallum stated that primary care should not be prescribing these drugs. She said only a psychiatrist should Rx. Also these drugs can lead to blah blah blah. There are thousands of people who have anxiety/have taken benzodiazapines and have not shot at anyone. I wish I caught her name. I wonder what her medical background is, if she has any at all.

  • Dec 13 '17

    Rural area. Get your experience.

  • Dec 5 '17

    Thank you for this. A passion of mine is reading histories of women from a past era.

  • Dec 5 '17

    Thank you for this. A passion of mine is reading histories of women from a past era.

  • Dec 3 '17

    I fell in love with travel nursing. So much so that I continued the lifestyle even after I earned my NP. Also made more money as a traveler. Kids got older. We bought a house in one of the cities I traveled to and settled down. I stopped traveling in 2012. I now teach NPs with a medical company part time so I still travel when I get the bug.

  • Nov 21 '17

    Market is saturated with new NP's. I have 2 jobs and zero benefits. Had 3 jobs at one point. My son is a RN and works full time with benefits. He makes more per hour than me. One thing we've noticed is no one wants to pay for their healthcare. I kind of understand. They pay alot per month for health insurance and think things like labs, MRIs are free. They aren't. Then patients freak when they get a bill because deductible hasn't been met.


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