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  1. I'm trying to get some travel gigs, but there's not a lot in the area I'm looking at. I'm being turned down because I haven't worked with Epic before. (Cerner screwing me outside work too!) Is there some online course that could certify me? Some digg...
  2. Hi everyone. I am a brand new grad and I am extremely anxious about my new job in LTC. I have little experience in LTC - one and a half semesters during school (cut short by COVID). I applied to a bunch of various open positions in my area when I reg...
  3. Is it easier to train a new grad RN or an experienced 18 year RN that never worked in acute care to med surg? Especially if the experienced RN worked her entire career working private duty through an agency and only has skills common to PDN such...
  4. My journey through nursing began over a couple decades ago. After graduating with my Associates Degree, I started my hospital career in the Med Surg Unit. It gave the experience that was needed to go on to a variety of nursing fields. The day came wh...
  5. Random question, do you think we don’t get enough training on basic emergency medicine/situations? For example, when you’re in a focused speciality, you know so much about your particular specialty but when a patient comes along with another issue do...
  6. Preceptors and Preceptees

    Being a preceptor is one of the most important roles a nurse can fill. It’s a vital role as nurses transition to practice whether new grad or experienced nurse. allnurses.com's Community Manager, Mary Watts, BSN, RN interviewed Kelly Powers, PhD, RN,...