SrhClaytonRN 1,407 Views
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Here is a sheet I used for ICU clinical. Hope it helps. Also you can try searching ICU clinical sheets or SBAR tools on google. There are some good ones. file:///C:/Users/Sarah/Desktop/Organ...l%20Sheets.htm file:///C:/Users/Sarah/Desktop/Organ...ets%20back.htm I printed double sided so one is the front and one is the back. I hope the links work.
I guess at the very least I know I am not alone. I am trying it is just very bleak out there. Thank you for the information, I really do appreciate it. My boyfriend will be entering into his second semester of ADN school so I can get some studying in with him.
I am currently in the end of the second week of my first class. I love it!! We just finished our first learning team project and while there was some minor trouble it worked out really well. I am currently not working since I can't find anything. This allows me to really spend time on getting my work done. There are a lot of tools to assist you for your class and if you plan on getting your MSN and through UoP you may be able to do some classes to go towards your MSN. It is a lot of money but with the hospitals going BSN it is well worth it. Online learning is great for those who can organize it in and stay focused.
Hey everyone! I recently graduated in June and have my RN. Still no job although I am looking. I currently in my first class at University of Phoenix, RN to BSN. I am worried about losing my skills or knowledge in the time of waiting. Anyone have any advice on how to stay up on everything? Also, charting has never been my strong suit. Any advice on books or anything to help with charting?
Hey everyone. I just graduated in June and have my RN. I currently just started the RN to BSN program through University of Phoenix. Right now I don't have a job. I am extremely interested in becoming a pediatric oncology nurse. I was wondering if anyone had any advice for getting a pediatric oncology position, ways to prepare for this type of position, etc. I appreciate your time in reading and replying to this.
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