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roser13 ASN, RN

Med/Surg, Ortho, ASC
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roser13 has 17 years experience as a ASN, RN and specializes in Med/Surg, Ortho, ASC.

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    Asked to resign after 6 months

    Definitely do not refer to nurses eating their young. It is an overworked, over-exaggerated phrase and (to most nurses) a reason to discount the person using it.
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    Neuro (ALS) question!!! Please help!

    I did my own research as a student. I feel strongly that you should also do yours.
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    Sigh. Wish it could be that easy.
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    Nursing didn't fire her. Corporate, HR & Risk Management fired her.
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    New grad

    Any facility that allowed weekend only orientation would be doing you a grave disservice. The slower weekend pace would not remotely prepare you for the floor's activity level on a weekday. You would not meet the folks that you need to meet: nurse managers, education directors, the occasional admin, etc.
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    RN overwhelmed with med school

    I wouldn't be surprised if your mastery of NCLEX is a very real disadvantage in medical school. The ability to "think nursing" does not translate into successful test taking in any other venue.
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    Dental nurse information

    You might want to post your question on the International forum.
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    RN overwhelmed with med school

    You might want to ask your question on a medical student forum.
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    Sorry, it seemed so obvious to me. Just no that an RN would post something like that without realizing the incredible wrong-ness of it. (And no, that is not really a word, but it works for me.)
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    Short / long term goals

    You can get some help if you first show your thinking on your care plans. Most of us will not just give you answers but we are happy to critique your thoughts and help you move forward.
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    IU Health investigating controversial tweet by employee - Local News - 13 WTHR Indianapolis INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - Controversial social media posts investigated by IU Health has led to the woman who posted them losing her job with the hospital. The hospital released a statement Sunday afternoon: "A recently hired IU Health employee tied to troubling posts on social media this weekend is no longer an employee of IU Health." Below is a screen shot of the tweet with an offensive word blurred out: A spokesperson for IU Health on Saturday addressed the Twitter post: IU Health is aware of several troubling posts on social media which appear to be from a recently hired IU Health employee. Our HR department continues to investigate the situation and the authenticity of the posts. During the investigation, that employee will have no access to patient care.”
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    Nursing School Needs Repair (And Why I Quit)

    You dropped out of THREE programs because they didn't meet your standards? Are you sure that your standards are set correctly?
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    Frustrated Patient

    Way too few details for anyone to understand the situation. But please do not post any more details that could potentially identify the patient.
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    Stages of Dementia

    P.s., as a nursing student, you should not be claiming the degree of ADN. You have not yet earned it.
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    Stages of Dementia

    You are asking someone to take their personal time to write out a large quantity of information that you could easily find on the Internet and in your textbooks, even if you find it difficult to comprehend. It is your job as a student to learn to research your subjects. An online forum with anonymous contributors who may or may not be who they say they are is not a valid source of information. You are asking us to do your homework for you and the vast majority of us will refuse to do that. If someone does choose to answer you, how will you know that they know what they are talking about?
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    Yes, we are all very shallow people.

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