MAnders1405

MAnders1405

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MAnders1405 specializes in Respiratory, ER, PFT and asthma.

I am a Registered Respiratory Therapist. I have a bachelors degree and have earned a CPFT and AE-C. I work in a local ER trauma center.

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  1. Are there any online LPN or LVN programs

    I just don't understand. I looked into 2 RN programs and 1 PA program all with schedule your own clinicals. I've grown tired of searching for a program. I've decide to get a second bachelors degree in hopes of the RT Initiative passing through con...
  2. Are there any online LPN or LVN programs

    Ok just so you all know, I am an RRT, CPFT, AE-C. I work in a 30 bed Trauma center emergency dept. I do all of the following every shift... All respiratory duties to include intubation Accuchecks Nose/throat swabs EKG IV insertion Phlebotomy Ort...
  3. Are there any online LPN or LVN programs

    Yes I do all those. And I'm not above doing clinical rotations. Im all for it. Clinical rotations can be scheduled around 12 hour rotating shifts. Classroom attendance usually can't. All I'm saying is there are RN, NP, PA and other programs on...
  4. Are there any online LPN or LVN programs

  5. Are there any online LPN or LVN programs

  6. Are there any online LPN or LVN programs

    OK, I understnad that. So are there any programs that do that? I mean, there are NP porgrams online that have classroom requiremntes. There are PA programs online that have classroom requirements. Why are there not any LPN programs like that?
  7. I posted this question in 2009. Have there been any new LPN or LVN programs ONLINE in that time?
  8. Anyone Know Of Any Online Lpn Programs

    I know this is an old post but I am looking for an online LPN program. The need for classroom study for an LPN program may be true for someone who has never done anything like that but I am an EMT-B and a RRT. I have earned the CPFT and AE-C creden...
  9. Messed up my first job, now what ?

    Wow, you've been through the ringer. The med error is a big deal but you did what is required of you and that is that. As far as the comment that landed you in a meeting with the NM, I'm not sure that is an offense that can get a license pulled. ...
  10. certifications for new grads

    A different perspective, you may want to try other certifications like AE-C Asthma Educator - http://www.naecb.org/ or one of the many certifications listed on this page http://www.testprepreview.com/nursing_certifications.htm
  11. Respiratory Pharma

    That's a pretty good site. Here is the closest thing I can find for respiratory pharmacology http://www.yourlunghealth.org/medication/desc/index.cfm
  12. I have been looking for a change. I am currently a Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT), Certified Asthma Educator (AE-C), and a Certified Pulmonary Function Technician (CPFT) Licensed Emergency Medical Technician with both a 2 and 4 year degrees....
  13. BSN or BHA ????

    My thought, A BSN can go on to NP, they can teach and manage. A BHA can not do NP and most teach or manage. That said I heard there was a U in TN that would let anyone into their NP program if that had enough money, however I digress. I think yo...
  14. RT to RN Transition, not so easy!

    I know this post is almost a year old, but I have to ask, where did you find an accelerated nursing program that can be completed in one calender year?
  15. Where to Place Telemetry Leads?

    I learned White - Right, Red Ribbs, Smoke over fire (black over red), clouds over grass (white over green) and brown in the middle.