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by newrnbsn newrnbsn (New Member) New Member Nurse

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hi everyone! im new to this. what is and what isn't appropriate to add on to here? i was thinking of adding some interview stories that i am going through right now for some help and advice.. like when someone says something about you that isn't true after an interview and how to respond to that

 

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not.done.yet has 8 years experience as a MSN, RN and specializes in Critical Care; Cardiac; Professional Development.

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Uhhh...huh? I do not follow. Can you elaborate?

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juan de la cruz has 27 years experience as a MSN, RN, NP and specializes in APRN, Adult Critical Care.

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Well welcome, but if you are new here and unsure of what to post, you can start by reading the ground rules which is explained in the Terms of Service: 

As a rule, I try to maintain a certain degree of anonymity here and refrain from posts that could get you in trouble at your job. This is exactly like any social media platform albeit with some anonymity.  I'm sure your place of employment offered you some form of training in appropriate use of social media.

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Davey Do has 35 years experience and specializes in Psych, CD, HH, Admin, LTC, OR, ER, Med Surge.

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22 hours ago, not.done.yet said:

Uhhh...huh? I do not follow. 

That's because you're a Guide, not.done.yet. You "guide", you do not "follow".

Did you even read the manual? And swear the oath to the little Rook chess piece looking thingy?

In all seriousness, newrnbsn, Juan gave you some great advice and resources for guidelines to follow. Basically though, anything that pertains to our nursing profession, like your interview stories, could be open for discussion.

AN.com has a virtual plethora of areas to discuss specific topics pertaining to nursing and non-nursing subjects.

So, sit back, click on some areas, and enjoy the ride!

And welcome, newrnbsn!

 

 

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I would say if you have to question whether or not it is appropriate to post, it most likely isn't. The biggest suggestion I have is do not mention your employer/hospital by name. You'd be surprised how big, yet small this site is.

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Are you a credible source? Add your Credentials, Experience, etc.

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Yes, it is fine to post questions about relationships with patients or co-workers, rude comments, how should you respond etc.

One of the choices under Allnurses - Nurses is Patient/Colleague Relations.

As others said be very discreet in how you word your question or responses.  And my personal pet peeve, use a lot of paragraphs if you have a long post. 

 

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Snatchedwig has 11 years experience as a ADN, CNA, LPN, RN and specializes in Medsurg.

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You have the lottery numbers? 

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