KG MSN RN CCRN CEN

KG MSN RN CCRN CEN MSN, RN

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KG MSN RN CCRN CEN has 6 years experience as a MSN, RN and specializes in Emergency, critical care, cardiovascular.

MSN, RN, CCRN, CEN Emergency nurse. Nurse educator 

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  1. Interview information

    I’ve tried to do some digging through this forum on flight nursing interviews, but there actually isn’t a whole lot, or answers are very vague. Can you share you me interview experience? If they ask scenario questions, Do they just want to...
  2. Interview Qs.

    Could you share your experience with the interview? I’m not so concerned about the HR type questions, but more so about the scenario/meds/skills questions. For the interview do they expect you to know various concentration for different drips (for ex...
  3. PHTLS/ITLS, and NRP education help

    It must be the way my account is set up. My username lists all of my correct credentials in order, but another section in the profile also made me choose my highest degree and license which it looks like they added that to the end of my username. Tha...
  4. PHTLS/ITLS, and NRP education help

    Hello, I am an ER nurse in southern Ohio and am trying to build up my resume and certifications to hopefully apply for a flight nurse job. I have been trying to find PHTLS/ITLS and NRP. The problem is, no matter how hard I look or search on the...
  5. Air Evac interview, test, orientation process

    Just wondering if any nurses with an Air Evac base could let me in on some information. I know the interview process is a few different steps that includes a critical care test and EKG rhythm interpretation; but what topics are typically included on ...
  6. Wanting to apply to new flight RN job (newbie)

    Hello all, a flight base (Air Evac) just posted a flight nurse position that is pretty close to where I live; within 30 minute drive. I’m just not sure how my resume is going to stack up to other applicants. Here is a summary: - First RN job when I g...
  7. Doing my Preceptorship on a CTU Med Surg floor- need advice!

    You're very welcome! If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask!
  8. Doing my Preceptorship on a CTU Med Surg floor- need advice!

    I work in a level 1 CVICU so I will tell you some of the pts that we typically send to the floors when they're stable. HF, MI, post CABG, post valve replacements for the most part. At my hospital we also get thoracic surgery and vascular surgery pt...
  9. T-shirt Sayings

    Meconium happens.
  10. Multiple gtts

    Hello all, I am a BSN student graduating in April, and I recently accepted a job at a level one trauma center CVICU. I have been an ER tech at the same hospital for almost two years now. And right now I am doing my role transition in the neuro inte...
  11. CVICU and stepdown beds together

    Thank you very much for the reply! I hope everything is going well with your job!
  12. CVICU and stepdown beds together

    Hi everyone, I just interviewed for a CVICU position today that I applied for a few days ago. I don't graduate until April 29th, but they said they would hold the position for me if I am serious about taking the position. Their unit is the cardiov...
  13. CVICU and stepdown beds together

    Hi everyone, I just interviewed for a CVICU position today that I applied for a few days ago. I don't graduate until April 29th, but they said they would hold the position for me if I am serious about taking the position. Their unit is the cardi...
  14. Exit Hesi

    I used UWorld and YourBestGrade for questions, and I used the Saunders comprehensive book and the green HESI book for content and I got over 1,000
  15. ICU vs. ED - New grad choice struggles

    Hello everyone, I will be graduating with my BSN in April. I am an ER tech at a level 1 trauma center and love emergency nursing from what I have witnessed so far. I am doing my role transition in our neuro ICU, and it is interesting; but I definite...