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Nursing Students' Summer Plans

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olivia28 has 3 years experience and specializes in Med/ Surg and Orthopedics.

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Hi Everyone! Another semester has come to an end :yeah:

So, what are your summer plans??

Taking summer classes :trout:

A much needed vacation :smokin:

Catchin up on the reading you did not do during the semester :nono:

I have one summer class to take (Bioethics), then I am off to Jamaica for 10 days before I come back to prepare for Nursing 2.

What are your plans???

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Achoo! is a LPN and specializes in Urgent Care.

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I'll be working part time

Carting my kids to baseball, cub scouts, camp, summer school etc..

I am already on my 2nd book ( Robin Cook is awesome)

Vacationing up north

Taking one summer class online

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PeachyERNurse has 10 years experience and specializes in Emergency nursing.

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Sigh.....I'll be in school all summer.

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IrishIzCPNP is a BSN, MSN, RN, APRN, NP and specializes in Pediatrics, High-Risk L&D, Antepartum, L.

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I just started a summer semester that ends mid-July.

What I will be doing between then the end of August...

- possibly another sinus surgery (I really like to do things in 3s:uhoh3:)

- going to Disney World the week before school starts (last year we got stuck on the way home because of a blown out tire and an accident with fatalities that held up traffic for hours and caused me to miss my ATI class...that portion of it is something I won't be doing this summer)

- going down the shore (probably a term that doesn't make sense people not in this area)

- painting the house and trying to get it straightened up

That's about it...but I'm looking forward to all of it except the possible surgery.

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I'll be working at my local hospital as a CNA. I want to get out into the ER eventually; right now I work mostly work pre and post surgery, and tele. It's good money, and I learn a lot of good practical information while I'm there, so sometimes I just think of it as training for when I become an RN.

When it gets closer to school starting back I'll probably start reading over my nursing fundamental notes because I start med/surg I next semester, and I want to be one step ahead of everyone else. I'm the only guy in my class, and I hated peds/maternal-newborn last semester... This next semester is my semester to shine, haha!! ;)

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locolorenzo22 is a BSN, RN and specializes in Ortho, Neuro, Detox, Tele.

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Working, School and sleeping top the list...:lol2:

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emtb2rn has 21 years experience as a BSN, RN, EMT-B and specializes in Emergency.

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Micro until the 1st week of June.

Externship June & July, 37.5 hours (3 12s)/week. Practice what I know, learn some new stuff and get paid to boot.

Ride hospital EMS June, July & August, as many shifts as I can fit in. Earn some cash.

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Nurse_Diane has 10 years experience as a MSN, RN, NP and specializes in psychiatry.

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Taking a summer class (Nursing Informatics)

Working

Going to LTC (Leader's Training Course) for the Army later this summer. Working on getting in good physical shape for my Army training :pumpiron:

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olivia28 has 3 years experience and specializes in Med/ Surg and Orthopedics.

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- going down the shore (probably a term that doesn't make sense people not in this area)

Are you in the NY/NJ area?

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IrishIzCPNP is a BSN, MSN, RN, APRN, NP and specializes in Pediatrics, High-Risk L&D, Antepartum, L.

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Are you in the NY/NJ area?

;) Yup. It seems only people in this area know what that means. I'm in PA and from Philly.

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