IMO : I worked in a specialty area as a NP new grad, but it was an area I have many years of RN experience. The way patient acuity has changed in hem/onc: I would never recommend this job to a new grad NP. In fact, I strongly recommended to my orga...
Oh wow....sorry I am reading this after nearly 2 yrs!
I have worked hospital acute care, medical units and specialty units of hematology/oncology as a NP. I currently work in a hem/onc daycare/triage and also in a cancer associated thrombosis s...
What did you decide?
Employer sponsored education usually has a catch...you may need to work at least a year or pay back the prorated cost of education. Having said that, specialty areas are a good place to learn...there is us...
i am hoping to scale back to 2 days a week in 2018 after I turn 57.
I keep my benefits at a FTE: 0.4, get out of the house and have an opportunity to do some critical thinking and
provide care. I have 5 days off a week.
I am hoping for a noncl...
globalRN replied to purplegal's topic in Relations
I do give them some extra attention, if desired, as a professional courtesy.
I find dentists, as a group, to be the most difficult patients, with nurses(especially the senior 65 yr + nurses) the next most difficult.
I find family members who are...
Dec 9 by Euro_Sepsis
I can easily see a non-stentable NSTEMI due to myocardial vasospam or demand ischemia in any kind of shock.
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globalRN replied to FutureMSN2018's topic in NP Students
Yes there is high demand for psych NPs....but like any specialty...it is best if you come from that specialty as a RN.
For myself, I would never apply for a cardiology, nephrology NP position because that isnt my comfort zone.
When u r the NP in...