Alexxoxox

Alexxoxox BSN

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Alexxoxox has 4 years experience as a BSN.

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  1. Level 3 vs level 1 Trauma Center

    Yes, there is snow, but it's a main highway that gets cleaned off right away. It is a nightshift, so that is why I was thinking a hotel.
  2. Level 3 vs level 1 Trauma Center

    I have been offered a position at a level 3 trauma center 30 minutes away. I've also been offered a position at a level 1 Trauma Center 1 hour away, which is a weekend shift. Which would you choose? If the level 1 Trauma center 1 hour away every week...
  3. Newly Diagnosed With Seizures

    I'm just starting out on a medical floor at an academic hospital, and have just been diagnosed with seizures. I have not been prescribed any medication to manage them, and have to wait a few months to see a seizure specialist because my Neurologist w...
  4. Job offers

    It is the same job. Just to make it simple, I said job offer.
  5. Job offers

    I was offered an RN job at an academic hospital on a medical floor. Commute is 1 hour away, with 3 12-hr night shifts per week. I was also offered an OR job at a local hospital 3 minutes away. It will be 4 day shifts per week. My dream was ...
  6. Tips for working Noc shift

    I will be starting at an academic hospital in January, and will be working 3 12 hr Noc shifts in a row each week. I am wondering what tips you have to stay awake (not a coffee drinker), and how you made this work with your significant other, especial...
  7. How far is too far of a commute?

    I have not had luck finding an RN position around my area in a hospital, as I started in clinic. I finally accepted a job in an academic hospital 1 hour away. Is this too long of a commute? It is 3 12 hr Nov shifts. Opinions please!
  8. I recently accepted an RN position at my dream hospital (located 1 hour away via commute). I would be working 3 12hr noc shifts. However, I have been feeling really guilty about having to put my notice in, so I have been holding off on doing this (I ...
  9. Stay and keep looking, or leave now?

    Without going into too much boring detail, my job (a clinic where we are treated worse than garbage) is the cause for my worsening mental state. I was diagnosed with depression years ago, and have been managing it so well. Recently, it has gotten to ...
  10. Quitting job after only 8 months

    Stop. This is harassment now. I apologized, and you keep on bringing up the subject. It's not my fault if you have a problem accepting apologies. That's not on me, that's on you. The subject of this post is unrelated to what you repeatedly keep sayin...
  11. Quitting job after only 8 months

    I have already apologized for that statement multiple times in this thread. I never once said my opinion was 'obviously the truth', as you put it. This needs to stop. I can't undo what I said. I apologized, time to move on.
  12. Quitting job after only 8 months

    I'm sorry, I should not have worded it that way. The older nurses at my job have actually made judgemental comments about younger nurses not staying at jobs long in "this generation". My apologies for the wording.
  13. Quitting job after only 8 months

    I'm sorry, I should not have worded it that way. The older nurses at my job have actually made judgemental comments about younger nurses not staying at jobs long in "this generation". My apologies for the wording.
  14. Quitting job after only 8 months

    I'm sorry, I should not have worded it that way. The older nurses at my job have actually made judgemental comments about younger nurses not staying at jobs long in "this generation". My apologies for the wording.
  15. Quitting job after only 8 months

    I'm sorry, I should not have worded it that way. The older nurses at my job have actually made judgemental comments about younger nurses not staying at jobs long in "this generation". My apologies for the wording.