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hunnybaby24 has 5 years experience and specializes in Tele, Cardiac Post Op, ER.

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  1. hunnybaby24

    HUGE step forward for NP's!!!

    Primary care is not easy and anyone who thinks it is is foolhardy to believe so.
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    Work-life balance?

    I deal with petty nonsense from my np coworkers! 🙄
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    New Grad NP salary Texas

    Everything about this is true. The more I am in this profession the more I agree with you on all your points. I’ve been in it for four years now. New NPs with no bedside experience are in for an incredibly rude awakening. And they need one because lives are a stake. And honestly my colleagues and I talk about this often, the future of this field and how uncertain it is.
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    ER in different city?

    My thoughts about it are this: I am assuming you are going to do an extended stay between the times you have to go there or maybe you can pull ft and do like 7 in a row to meet your ft status. It would depend on the working conditions there, your support staff, how much experience you have, is this a critical access er or not. It might be worth it.
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    Med school drop out, now a CRNA. ask me anything...

    Aside from what you've been through, do you actually LIKE what you do now?
  6. This patient was being verbally abusive and almost physically abusive. So no, he isn't going to die when he leaves. He's most likely a non compliant rude gigantic PITA. You aren't there to coddle patients on their every whim. This isn't a hotel. He needs to learn he has a problem. That is why you are restricting fluids. Put your foot down and DONT give in.
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    NPs in Japan or other foreign countries

    I know theres been threads about NPs in other countries and how the role translates there but I was wondering if there were any NPs that practice in Japan (or other countries) besides military bases. Thanks for the tips!
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    Bullying while working as NP

    thats ridiculous. HR on the telly pronto
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    Bullying while working as NP

    flattening your tires? what the heck!?
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    New Grad FNP job hunting

    What I have found, as I live in an oversaturated area, is that contacts are what gets you in... Who you know. Doesn't even depend on how much experience you have as a nurse and you don't even need to be that smart it all depends on WHO YOU KNOW. So, the best thing is to network and not blindly apply for positions. Its what I did and that took me nowhere and I was incredibly frustrated. Talk to NPs in practice in your area, go to local NP meetings. Prepare to travel for your job, or relocate. Try locums.
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    Washington State (seatac/spokaneACNP utilization?

    You are gonna have to call Washington BON anyway to find out scope of practice for ACNPs there(especially how they deal with peds patients in the ER), unless someone on this board knows ( but each state BON usually has the best source for information).
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    My I'm going to medical school

    Some real truths in the sarcasm. AEB all the ads on this site for aforementioned schools. GOOD LUCK TO YOU on your exciting journey!
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    FNP in the Main ED

    Ive seen at FNPs at many different ERs were I live.
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    Interview Question that has me stumped

    I just got interviewed by a PA with the attitude "I am so much smarter than you will ever be" and it infuriated me. People are poor interviewers on any level. This was for an NP position.
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    New job and I am happy = WIN!

    Congrats!!!! :)
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    What ever happened to these posters

    she was really helpful