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amygarside

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    Teamwork...in an Imperfect World.

    Strive to become a good example to others. Just don't let them abuse you. If you are a good leader, you can do this. Best of luck.
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    Did anyone got 265 and passed?

    Wow! Great score you have erawlins21.:)
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    Shoutout to all the PDNs out there!

    Same to you!! HUGS
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    Just a Little Advice After a Year in the ICU

    Thanks for posting. It gave me additional inputs.
  5. amygarside

    Happy School Nurse Day!!!!

    That's great.:)
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    The Sky's the Limit

    That's very nice. :)
  7. amygarside

    allnurses Launches Thank A Nurse Website

    Wow! This is great. I got to check this out.
  8. amygarside

    Haywire! Some Uncommon Causes of Status Epilepticus in Children

    Thanks for posting a very informative article.
  9. amygarside

    Why I love being a nurse.

    Wow! Thanks for sharing your inspiring story.
  10. amygarside

    Night Shift Snack

    Eat fruits and drink plenty of water. :)
  11. amygarside

    May 2014 Caption Contest: Win $100!

    Steth: You are under arrest for taking your nap! LOL
  12. amygarside

    Do people think you live in the Twilight Zone?

    It is a like a dinner for me.
  13. amygarside

    From One Nursing Student to the Next

    You probably took time to understand what you have experienced. It was a great article.
  14. amygarside

    Failure is an Option: A New Grad Story

    Thanks for sharing your inspiring story.
  15. amygarside

    The SECRET to passing the NCLEX

    This is really a great help. Thanks for sharing.
  16. amygarside

    Noro-virus Blues

    Norovirus is a very contagious virus that can infect anyone. You can get it from an infected person, contaminated food or water, or by touching contaminated surfaces. The virus causes your stomach or intestines or both to get inflamed. Source :http://www.cdc.gov/norovirus/index.Html