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  1. UPDATE In this video, Janie Garner from ShowMe Your Stethoscope who attended the arraignment gives an account of the proceedings as well as a recap of the situation. A couple of things stand out: The TN BON has not taken any disciplinary measures against RaDonda's license The ANA posted a statement on their website which includes the following: RaDonda Vaught Pleads Not Guilty
  2. In the news today following the arraignment, it was stated that the TN BON, after a nine-month long investigation, found no reason to take disciplinary action against RaDonda’s license. I will be posting another video in this thread that gives more information about this. Merging this discussion with another thread about the arraignment was started yesterday.
  3. UPDATE About 3 dozen nurses showed up at the arraignment wearing scrubs. Radonda introduced her supporters stating, "This is my family." Vaught entered a not guilty plea and is already out on bail. News sources reported that $43,000 has been raised for her legal defense.
  4. A group of nurses plans to appear in their scrubs at Vaught's arraignment hearing on February 20th show their support. Included in this group is Janie Harvey Garner, founder of Show Me Your Stethoscope. For those who are interested in showing their support by attending the arraignment, here are the details: When? Wednesday, February 20 @ 9:00 AM Where? Justice A. A. Birch Building 408 2nd Ave N, Court Room 6D Nashville, TN 37201 Judge: Jennifer Smith What is Arraignment? Once the accused is represented by counsel, the more formal part of the arraignment, the reading of the charges, takes place. The accused is expected to enter a plea: usually guilty, not guilty, or no contest. The no-contest plea means that the accused is not admitting guilt but will not contest the charges. What is the verdict going to be??? In the following video, Janie Harvey Garner talks more about the arraignment process. Related content: Nurse Gives Lethal Dose of Vecuronium Instead of Versed Nurse Charged With Homicide Nurses Call the Governor of Tennessee
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    2019 Nursing Salary Survey

    Participate In Our 2019 allnurses Nursing Salary Survey In February 2018, almost 17,000 members and readers in the United States and Canada holding an active nursing license participated in our allnurses online salary survey. The data was shared with readers via several interactive images. The results were surprising to some as they were able to compare not only the salaries across the states and Canada, but also the purchasing power based on cost of living, taxes, etc. It's now time for the 2019 Salary Survey and we hope you will participate. The survey will only take 5 minutes to complete. Salary is a definite factor for those looking for a job. It also plays a big factor in retaining nurses. But there are other factors that may impact retention rates even more. Work environment, safe nurse-patient staffing ratios, and job satisfaction may be more important to the nurse who is trying to decide whether or not to leave. In the 2017 Salary Survey, in order to look at nursing shortages across the country, we obtained data regarding nurses leaving the workforce: why and when. In 2018 we obtained detailed information about nurse/patient staffing ratios. This year, in addition to obtaining salary data, we are again seeking information about nurse/patient staffing ratios. Have they improved, gotten worse, or remained the same as last year? We are also going to look at career satisfaction as well as job satisfaction. How have the changes over the years affected your outlook on the Nursing profession now and in years to come? Your feedback is important. Join thousands of nurses who will be providing updated information about salaries, staffing ratios, and career and job satisfaction. Share this survey with all the nurses in your network. The more participants we have, the louder our voice. Your participation in this survey is important. The more questions you answer, the more complete our data will be. This online survey takes about 5 minutes or less to complete. If you hold an active nursing license and live/work in the United States, U.S. territories, or Canadian Provinces, we would like for you to participate in this year's nursing salary survey. Please answer the questions as they relate to your primary nursing job. If you have more than one nursing job, you may fill out an additional survey using a different IP address. WE WANT YOUR INPUT!
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    NTI 2019 - "Education, Excellence and Inspiration"

    I will be there and would love to meet up with all who are going. For those of you who are first-time attendees, you will LOVE it.
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    This cracks me up

    This is tnbutterfly replying to sirI replying to JKLreplying to JKL's topic in Davy Do's Comics's Comic Club!!!
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    Nursing as a Profession: Changes through the Years

    Thank you Joy for giving us a memorable look back in time at the evolution of the nursing profession. And a big thanks to Rosalee Sites for sharing her insights about the path of nursing over the years. Thank you, Rosalee, for all you have given to the nursing profession and the everlasting positive effect you have had on those you have mentored and worked with throughout your distinguished career. We should all remember this: Great job, Rosalee and Joy. Mary
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    Allnurses Clubs

    Types of Clubs You Can Create Public - Everyone can see the club and its posts, and can participate without joining. No self-promotion. Must abide by the Terms of Service. Open - Everyone can see the club and its posts, but only members can participate. Everyone can join. No self-promotion. Must abide by the Terms of Service. Closed - Everyone can see the club and who's in it, but only members can see posts and participate. Users need to ask a leader to join. Self-promotion allowed. Must abide by the Terms of Service. Private - Only members can find the club and see its posts. Users need to be invited by a leader to join. Self-promotion allowed. Must abide by the Terms of Service. Read Only - Everyone can see the club and its posts, but only members can participate. Users need to be invited by a leader to join. No self-promotion. Must abide by the Terms of Service. Club Ownership Clubs are created and maintained by their owner. Owners have the right to: Add Forum (for topics) / Calendar (for events) Invite/Accept Members Select Club leaders Moderate Discussions Remove Unsolicited Messages Edit Club Settings Groups Allowed to Create Clubs: Platinum Members Innovators Guides/Staff Club Rules All Clubs must abide by the allnurses’ Terms of Service If PUBLIC/OPEN/READ ONLY (posts visible to all members), TOS applies. No self-promotion. If PRIVATE/CLOSED, only the owner and its members can see the post. TOS applies. Self-promotion allowed. DISCLAIMER: Staff have access to all Clubs. Rules subject to change at the discretion of allnurses to protect the interest of the members and the community. If you have questions about clubs, please feel free to post below or contact one of the Admins and we will be happy to assist you. Coming Soon Tutorials and How To’s Additional Options to promote Club or Own Services/Site (Free and Paid Options) Current Clubs More available soon... https://allnurses.com/clubs/ Link to Clubs can be found in the What's Happening block in sidebar. If on mobile, the What's Happening block can be found at the bottom of page.
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    Gonna Quit: When Nursing Is Rough...

    Thanks, Joy, for this article highlighting some of the many issues nurses are facing today. We all need to remember this statement, carrying it out in our face-to-face encounters as well as here on allnurses.
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    Been on the site for nearly 10 years....

    WELCOME TO ALLNURSES!!!!! I'm so glad you made the jump from lurker to member. Looking forward to reading more of your posts.
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    Started A Nurse Blog

    Hello @hyllisR . Welcome to allnurses. You are welcome to post articles on this site as long as they haven't been posted on your blog first. We love to get new writers here. You will get lots of exposure and experience. Feel free to post your questions here.
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    OMGosh! Did I really lose all my "likes"?

    @akulahawkRN I'm glad you are exploring the site and finding new features that will make your experience more enjoyable. I know this is frustrating. Think of it like buying a new car. We know we want a new car. We love all the new features, but now to figure out how to use them. But once we get more comfortable in remembering where the various buttons are and can use them without even thinking, our new ride is much more enjoyable and you wondered what you ever did without the luxury of heated/cooling seats.
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    UNF BSN SUMMER 2019

    @mirandagoss More discussions about specific schools/programs are located in this forum. The thread was relocated to this forum to get more comments.
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    Los Medanos 2019

    Moved to School/College Programs forum.
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