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donsterRN ASN, BSN

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donsterRN has 10 years experience as a ASN, BSN and specializes in Cardiac Care.

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  1. donsterRN

    Ask Me If I'm Safe At Home

    I'm in tears, and I'm speechless. I think you are one of the strongest women ever. Thank you for writing this.
  2. donsterRN

    Blood transfusion and Normal saline bag.

    Why are you testing the members of this forum?
  3. donsterRN

    Finally passed NCLEX PN on Third Attempt

    Congratulations! Hard work paid off for you. Best of luck in your career.
  4. donsterRN

    Passing The NCLEX-RN

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    Foreign Nurse passed in 2nd attempt (NCLEX-RN)

    I am very happy for you. Congratulations!
  6. This is unnecessarily rude and uncalled for.
  7. I believe you're right. To me, a sign-on bonus screams "We have no help and we need you" OR "We can't keep help and we need you". I've been in both situations.
  8. donsterRN

    Kicked out before even starting

    And this is off-topic and may sound incredibly nit-picky, but if you're not yet a nurse, the site doesn't permit you to use "nurse" in your user name.
  9. donsterRN

    NCLEX-PN 8-29-18

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    This course will be crucial to excel in because everything hereafter will build on it. Truly. If I may offer a tiny piece of advice... know this stuff. Read everything. And then read it again. Continued success to you!
  11. donsterRN

    i just got a job that dreams are made of

    You say it's your dream job. If that's so, then I am very happy for you. Only you can determine what's right for you. I wish you the very best of luck and success!
  12. Why should you feel like a loser? You made every effort in extenuating circumstances to get where you needed to be, and it just didn't work out. I'm sorry about that. I understand the taking of a different test at another time, but the deduction of 10 points seems harsh. In my class, one point made the difference in passing for two of my classmates. Nursing school is an animal like no other. Rules and policies are what they are. I suppose there's a lesson here about preparation and professionalism (which will come in handy in your career). My advice is to accept it, own it, learn from it and move on. You'll be graduating and on your own soon enough. Best wishes for your continued success!
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    I suppose I would continue up the chain of command. Nurse manager, DON, administration...
  14. donsterRN

    Walmart cashiers wearing gloves?

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    Walmart cashiers wearing gloves?

    I'm wondering if maybe it's because they handle money all day. Cash, as you know, is very dirty. Are all the cashiers wearing gloves?
  16. donsterRN

    Is this legal?

    This is not your problem. Nope. Nope. Nope.