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WandererRNBSN has 9 years experience as a BSN and specializes in LTC, Med-Surg, Special Care, Postpartum.

I am an experienced nurse, trying to figure out what to do with my nursing life!

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  1. I'm infertile...and worried about my OB rotation

    I'm so sorry for your loss. I recently lost my baby boy last september at 20 weeks pregnant. During that time i was in my Med-Surg rotation. and now i am in my OB rotation and it is hard for me especially since his due date was Jan 14th. Im in thera...
  2. Grieving a perinatal loss

    I am so sorry to hear about everyones loss. I too lost my son at 20 weeks gestation September 3rd 2010. He was orginally due Jan. 14th. So far it has been an emotional rollercoaster. Always thinking about what we could have been doing and where we sh...
  3. Where Do You Study???

    I so identify with you all on the issues with studying at home. I always feel like there's something at home that needs my attention. I don't like to be separated from everything but i can most effectively studying on my bed. lol wierd but it works, ...
  4. Where Do You Study???

    Hello all!!! This is my first Thread! I really want to know where do all my fellow nursing students can really focus and study at? I am having a hard time finding somewhere to study to where i can really focus. So far the school library seems to do i...
  5. Nclex 4000 in windows 7 64 bit pls help.

    I know this post is old but it might help somebody looking for help like I was. I went to this site and downloaded the second posters link and it worked for me. http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7programs/thread/bf3fab33-d9a4-4d36-b78...
  6. Infant Circumcision in Nursing school

    I just wanted to say, without getting into a debate or anything, that no infant will object to anything. They are in the care of their parents, who will do what is best for their child as they see fit. But like some other posters said, if you don't w...
  7. Tips for a Struggling Nursing Student?

    some things that helped me a lot in my med-surg semester was studying in advance atmost a week in advance, and then concentrating on the topics i didn't understand and using the book to clarify my notes. then i rewrote all of my notes, an i voice rec...
  8. Study to be A nurse without program

    IMO when u attend nursing school, at least at my school, the instructors let you know what they want you to know and be able to test over. They give you the pages in the book to refer back to or to clarify more. If you read on your own you will take ...
  9. First week on job/night shift/wants me to start rounds later?

    I say do whats works for you. When i worked in LTC, I would do walking rounds with the shift leaving. then between 1 and 130 I would do my first round. and i would do my second rounds around 3 or 3:30 and by the time i was finished with that round it...
  10. What did you struggle with most in nursing school?

    i'm going into my third semester of a five semester program, and in med-surg i struggled with fluid and electrolyte imbalance.
  11. Nursing School Pen Pal

    I would be interested in doing this as well!
  12. urgh! so irritating!!!

    Nursing is both an art and a science, as one of my theory books say. You can't focus on just the art or just the science. As far as the motivation issue, it doesn't matter to me why people get into nursing, all that matters to me is that the patient ...
  13. Would you work as a CNA or LVN if you could not find work as an RN?

    That's what I thought too. Once you become a RN you can't work as a CNA or LPN/LVN
  14. What have other nurses done that have freaked you out?

    I had the chance to witness a stna do all patient care without gloves! Even peri care and everything dealing with the patient she refused to wear gloves. Stating that it was impersonal....yea it blew my mind.
  15. First Semester Nursing School

    Some programs like the one i am in have u take those classes along with your nursing classes. But you can also take them before you start the program. Thats what i did, and some of my courses transferred from the university i had attended, so now all...