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    TPAPN- DFW jobs- HELP!

    Have you found anything in DFW yet?
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    TPAPN- DFW jobs- HELP!

    Hi everyone! I FINALLY got work releases signed and am allowed to start searching for jobs. I have, but with no luck so far. Is there anyone out there who is on TPAPN and working in DFW? Does anyone know of any jobs in this area that would take a TPAPN nurse? I have a 6-month narcotic restriction along with all the others (not working for more than 12 hours, no more than 94 hours in two weeks, etc. etc.) My husband was furloughed and as you can see I have no job either so I'm getting desperate. I appreciate any advice or leads!
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    Texas RN- Brand new to TPAPN

    Well, that’s what I was wondering. Apparently, when I sign the contract with TPAPN it’s expected that I tell my current employer at the minimum. Which sucks because I’m not even going back to that job. I’m on a medical leave there currently for treatment. BUT, the psychologist for the evaluation said they can contact my employer as well which I don’t understand and isn’t being explained well. Just wondering if this has happened to anyone else. In the future, I’m just worried about TPAPN in general and even getting a job at all. Basically, I’m just full of anxiety
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    Texas RN- Brand new to TPAPN

    Hello. As you can see by my title, I am about to be enrolled in TPAPN. I recently went through a terrible evaluation for mental health and substance abuse. I need advice. I’m currently on a leave of absence with my job through all of this because I went to treatment on my own. I’ve heard TPAPN will require me to tell me job. I haven’t signed a contract yet. I was also told by the evaluator that they would contact my boss as well. My question is- do I ride this out and wait until I’m forced to tell my job? Once that happens I of course will lose my medical benefits and my disability paycheck because I’m certain I will be fired. I highly doubt my current job will work with TPAPN... I’m attending IOP while on leave and would love to continue it because it’s really helping me. I’m just really scared and wondering if anyone has any advice at all for the current stage I’m in with this evaluator? The evaluator is asking me to sign a release to contact everyone you can possibly think of (doctors, treatment center, IOP, etc.) and I’m not comfortable with any of this. Just really scared and would love support/advice/anything at all. Thank you!
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    El Centro Fall 2015

    Will we get a list of the exact books we need at orientation? If so then maybe I'd leave that day without purchasing the package. I'm so scared to not purchase the "new" package because of any lab materials we would need that may not be available used, and also all the codes and books etc. Seems like buying all the codes (not knowing at first what you need) would add up quickly anyways.
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    El Centro Fall 2015

    For those who have already gone through a semester- Are we allowed to buy our books used, or some ebooks some text, etc? I really don't want to buy the whole big package... But then again, I do because I want to have everything!
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    El Centro Fall 2015

    Hello everyone! Just a reminder that an El Centro Nursing Fall 2015 has been set up (since different schools will have different things going on), the link is below. If you cannot join for some reason, let me know! Congrats to everyone again! https://www.facebook.com/groups/481370605345054/
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    El Centro Fall 2015

    Hey everyone! I created a group for El Centro nursing students on Facebook :) the link is below or you can search El Centro Fall 2015 Students https://m.facebook.com/groups/481370605345054?ref=bookmark
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