nursetim NP

ER, HH, CTICU, corrections, cardiology, hospice
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nursetim has 20 years experience as a NP and specializes in ER, HH, CTICU, corrections, cardiology, hospice.

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  1. So, It's Come To This...

    Have any of these overwhelmed hospitals use ivermectin or HCQ? Have their communities seen an explosion of funeral homes to deal with the wholesale death?
  2. So, It's Come To This...

    But the “vaccine” doesn’t prevent the disease, just reduces the possibility of death.
  3. At what point can mandates go too far?

    We, healthcare professionals, can’t even do infection control IN A HOSPITAL adequately enough to stop nosocomial infections. How in the name of Zeus’s butthole, can anyone reasonably expect, non-medical John/Jane Q Public to do it right? I wore ...
  4. At what point can mandates go too far?

    When they mandate some mark to indicate “vaccine” status. When movement is restricted due to “vaccine” status. When medical treatment is withheld due to “vaccine” status, even for non-kung flu issues. When people are segregated based on “vaccine” sta...
  5. Pushed by quacks, use of Ivermectin is poisoning people

    You do realize that animals are given the same medications as humans sometimes, right? There is an actual smear campaign going on about ivermectin as there was for hydroxychloroquine. Outside the US they are used with good effect, but the fda ru...
  6. Pushed by quacks, use of Ivermectin is poisoning people

    I don’t get why you don’t think ivermectin is not FDA approved. Unplug from the MSM and read. Ivermectin is an antiparacidic, we use for scabies in humans. It has an excellent safety record, more than I can say about the “vaccine”, most of which are ...
  7. Anybody ever seen anything like this??

    It has always been fear we have fought, media driven fear.
  8. NP salary/pay let’s be transparent

    When did this start? The last two jobs I interviewed for were for home visits. They paid % of billed, required to carry own malpractice, 1099, no mileage, no benefits. One place was paying $17 a visit, one place 40% of billed/collected, the other 30%...
  9. Has anyone gone through nursing school with depression?

    I hope all is well.
  10. Depression

    Look into ketamine therapy. It helped me.
  11. Epileptic Nurse Anesthetist

    The head of anesthesia where I worked as an anesthesia technician was an epileptic. I hadn’t a clue until a few years after I left. My coworker reported that he had a seizure while driving. He remained head of the anesthesia group. They shouldn’...
  12. New specialty bullying?

    Nurses eat their young, always have, always will. I had it during training, they went to extraordinary measures to get me to quit, it didn’t work. Stand up to bullying, call them out in plain language. Set healthy boundaries and maintain them.
  13. Ophthalmology NP

    I asked an Ophthalmologist this once. He said optometrists were the PAs for ophthalmologists for the most part. Im a polio victim when it comes to eyes. We didn’t get any training in that I recall.
  14. Importance of NP Program Reputation, Name Recognition

    So, instead of taking this to PMs and discussing this like adults. You feel compelled to go all Donald Sutherland from Invasion of the Body Snatchers.
  15. Importance of NP Program Reputation, Name Recognition

    Please quote my denial.