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  1. Medic2RN

    Nursing Salary Survey 2014

    Geographic location: North Texas Pay rate: $32.00/hr In which area / specialty do you work? ER What type of license do you have (RN or LPN)? RN What type of degree and/or certification do you have? ADN, BA, BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC How many years of experience do you have? 8 years Are you full-time, part-time, or casual / per diem / PRN status? Steady PRN with close to FT hrs What shift do you work? days Do you receive any shift differential? $3/ weekends Are you a manager or supervisor? No
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    No Nursing Shortage At The Present Time

    I browsed through the previous pages, I couldn't read all of them. I have to say that in my particular area, we are seriously short of experienced nurses. In my unit, they received permission to expand hiring 3 times the new grads normally allowed because we are so short. A typical day is working 2 nurses short and sometimes no tech available to help. Other units are short also. No one is there to fill these positions. I guess it's applicable to location only.
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    Charting during traumas

    I do what dthfytr does when we are short and there is no additional help. I grab a blank sheet of paper, sometimes I'll tape it quickly to my pants and write as I go. Not terribly efficient, but when I'm the primary nurse and the recorder and tending to patient care, then I do what I have to do until it can be documented properly. At least I have a timeline to help me.
  4. Medic2RN

    Treating pain in ER

    The thread is open again. Please stick to the topic at hand and no personal attacks/ rude remarks. I appreciate the compliance. If the thread goes south again, it will be closed. Thanks!
  5. Medic2RN

    Austin Community College (ACC)

    It is part of the Terms Of Service for the website that every member agreed to adhere to when he/she registered for this site. Here is a link to the TOS: https://allnurses.com/terms-info.html
  6. Medic2RN

    First AP1 class....

    I've found that flash cards are very helpful. Make sure to study whatever your professor emphasized in lecture. Good luck!
  7. Medic2RN

    Well it happened my first needlestick

    Don't be so hard on yourself. With everything we face in our daily workplace, eventually we will experience some type of exposure. As the previous poster mentioned, follow your protocols and file the appropriate paperwork. I wish you the very best outcome. It is a scary experience and I'm sorry you have to go through it.
  8. Medic2RN

    Favorite Dr or Nurse Name

    Dentist: Dr. Payne Urologist: Dr Johnson
  9. When I worked as a firefighter/paramedic, we had Haldol and Ativan for 'behavior modification'. Like some have mentioned before, there are different levels of EMS protocols according to the area, the department and medical director. We had very aggressive protocols and a medical director who would train us personally to his expectations. I learned a lot from him.
  10. On Occasion Our Trusty Truck Acts Funny, Very Good Vehicle Any How
  11. Yes. The macula are the hair cells in the vestibule which is composed of the utricle and the saccule and detects static equilibrium. The crista ampullaris is in the semi circular canals and detect dynamic equilibrium. How about this one: what are the differences between the pre and post ganglionic fibers in the sympathetic nervous system and the sympathetic NS?
  12. What are the organs of static equilibrium and those of dynamic equilibrium?
  13. Medic2RN

    CEN's and experienced ED nurses I need your help!

    Past medical history is nice too. You have to look for the horses before the zebras.
  14. Medic2RN

    lazy preceptor I need help

    You listed all the things not to do as a nurse....good for you for being aware of it. Get through the training, learn the flow of the clinic because you sound as though you already have the nurse part down. Once you are on your own, you can perform the correct way. Best of luck to you!
  15. Medic2RN

    Departments that cut the most shifts?

    I work in the ED and 2 out of the 3 past shifts I've been staff reduced. I find it amazing that they would roll the dice and take that chance. We're entering our "slow" season.
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