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jhall9165 specializes in Cardiac-tele.

Hi, my name is jess. Im a 24 yr old nurse working in cardiac telemerty. I am currently in an NP program part time and looking to get into the cardiac cath lab. :)

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    Concept analysis HELP!

    Hello im doing a concept analysis on compassion fatigue... im a little confused as to what i should be doing in the " Defining Attributes" section....... Thanks!
  2. hello i was just wondering if anyone had an evidene-based practice research paper i could take a look at? it would give me a better idea of the formatting! anything would be a great help. thanks jess
  3. hello i was just wondering if anyone had an evidene-based practice research paper i could take a look at? it would give me a better idea of the formatting! anything would be a great help. thanks jess
  4. Hi everyone im in an evidence based practice class and need some help. i was just wondering if anyone could help me with this topic. I would like to do CHF and talk about the hospital re-admission rates. I know its a hot topic right now and i need to form a narrowed down and more specific question, then form PICO. Any help would be appreciated! thanks :)
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    Lawrence Memorial/Regis College ASN

    Hey everyone! I graduated in 2009 and am in the rn-msn upward mobility program at regis college now going for my bsn and msn. The asn program is very tough, and will challenge you to your breaking point but its all worth it in the end! They really did prepare you for the nclex. My whole graduating class passed first time around. I would suggest getting a part time job as a nursing assistant to get your foot in the door, it really helps during clinicals. As for when your done with the program, regis college takes priority to LMH students- i am currently in the MSN program part time and working full time! Good luck guys!
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    Best Nursing Quotes

    THESE ARE MY FAVORITE ONES! "I wanna do something that matters, say something different. Something that sets the whole world on it's ear. I want to do something better with the time I've been given, and I want to try to touch a few hearts in this life. Leave nothin' less than something that says 'I Was Here'" ‎"You treat a disease: You win, you lose. You treat a person, I guarantee you win. No matter the outcome."
  7. Hey everyone! I must say, i have not posted on here in quite some time since graduating nursing school. I have been a nurse for two years now on a cardiac tele floor working directly with the cath-lab and ep lab. I have found an interest in either cath lab or ep lab nursing and was wondering if anyone knows of hospitals that hire nurses with out critical care experience right into these positions? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.
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    Pearsonvue "Trick". Is this TRUE? Does it Work Every Time?

    The trick really works. IM from MA, found out today that i passed the first time around!! :)
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    For those who Failed the NCLEX

    I studied, but i didnt stress out about it. I was never a good test taker in school, and just barely passed every single time.. I think going to a school that had a 99% pass rate for the boards really helpedd... i just did Saunder Q&A review book and the EXAM CRAM question book. I would def know your lab values and ABGS, and math.. when you get in there. It will help you narrow down the questions to two. Just think.. ABC'S and basic safety. Theyre not trying to trick you. Take a deep breath... and go with it. Best of luck to you!
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    I passed!!!!!

    I just passed, first time around!! I'm so happy to start my new job!! Good luck to everyone out there, you can do anything if you put your mind to it. Never give up hope, if this is what you really want.. you will get it!
  11. SOO. i keep checking pearsonvue.. took my test at 8am on the 28th and my results are not posted yet. What happend to the 48 hr results?! AHH, im getting really nervous. The "trick" worked but, im not satisfied until i look for myselff.
  12. Hey guys, I just thought it might be nice to start this thread.. curious to know where new grad nurses will be working in MA.. especially with this shortage. Ill be working at Lahey Clinic in Burlington. 5WEST-Cardiac tele... evening shift. :) :)
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    New Grads- What floor where you hired for?

    Cardiac- telemetry floor. Boston, MA... evening shift!
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    Test on Friday. I'm going Crazy! :-(

    I know it's hard to say not to get all worked up about it, but just think.. you passed nursing school, you know all of this stuff. It's just about how you answer the questions. THINK ABC'S and basic safety. I would go over lab values and ABGS. Brush up on some practice questions, if math is you weaker area... and be ready to go! BREATHE.. keep telling yourself.. you know this, and you can do it! It's what got me through the test, im waiting for my results tomorrow! Good Luck
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    Pearsonvue "Trick". Is this TRUE? Does it Work Every Time?

    Just curious as to how true this is. I took the exam at 8 this morning, and it says "delivery successful" and it will not let me put in my credit card info in, it said to contact the boards. I'm from MA. I don't want to get my hopes up, so i started this thread. :)
  16. Hi everyone. So i took my boards today and well.. not to sure if i passed. I had an overwhelming amount of sata's, priority questions and suprisingly 5 med calculation questions. I got 5 in a row.... all of the same style problems but with obviously different numbers..... it was very strange to me. I questioned in my mind as to whether i was doing them right, and I WAS. I went home and looked....Has anyone had ne med calculations 4 or 5 in a row like this??? It shut me off right around 150. I know i def got the last few questions right before it shut off.......but im still thinking i didnt pass. I need some encouragement.