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  1. I have been a nurse since August 2021. I graduated in May 2021. I landed my first job on a Med Surg/COVID unit and have been there about 5 months now. However, I seriously cannot take it any longer. The whole floor is COVID (we no longer get med surg...
  2. I don't always get sucked into a jet engine ... But when I do, I use ICD-10 code: V97.33XD.
  3. I just landed a new job at a outpatient clinic. Patients with no insurance or underserved population. What should I expect? I have some LTC exp over my belt. I would shadow in three areas: peds, women's health and internal medicine. Thank you!
  4. Hi all, I recently switched from acute care after 5 years to outpatient PACU. It's less stressful although I am nervous giving so many narcotics. It's a bit routine and I don't get to do IVs (only remove), draw blood, foleys, IV pumps, wounds, etc. I...
  5. It says the hours are MWF 5:45am-4pm and no weekends. It's also accepting new grads and there's paid training. This sounds too good to be true. I've heard a lot of bad things about acute inpatient dialysis (on-call, long hours, etc.). Is the out...
  6. Download allnurses Magazine Dear Dilemma, Congrats on your job offer! It’s natural to have concerns when changing jobs. Eight-hour shifts will fly by for you since you’re used to working 12’s. It will take a while to get used to working Monday throu...
  7. Starting my first position as an outpatient NP soon. I’ve strictly worked in inpatient surgery prior to this and since I’m adding to my overall weekly hours I want tips to getting out on time. I’m already assuming I’ll be brown bagging my lunches and...
  8. JBMmom

    Outpatient Specialty Offices

    I'm finishing up my AGACNP program and during this last semester I have my first outpatient rotations. I've done a pulmonology, nephrology and vascular surgery rotation. I am surprised at the amount of "stay in your lane" medicine that I think I'm se...