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ICU Nurse Fired For Refusing 3rd Patient

At Westside Regional Medical Center in Plantation, Florida, ICU nurse Julie Griffin worked in the 12 bed cardiovascular ICU (CVICU.) Until she was fired for refusing to take a third patient.

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Why is Nursing Certification Important?- Interview with Denise Buonocore

Nursing certification is an important step for nurses at all career levels. AACN offers many different certifying exams for nurses.

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From Internationally-Trained Nurse to American RN

My name is Claire and I am a french trained nurse. From as far as I remember, I have always wanted to become a nurse. Is it because my mom was one, or because of the hours I spent watching ER on TV? I don't know, but I've never really asked myself what I wanted to become when I grow up. It's always been clear.

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Ebola Back in the Headlines

With a new outbreak that has spread beyond the borders of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) into neighboring Uganda, fear has spread along with it. As the local communities in the DRC work diligently to halt the spread of the vicious Ebola virus, they are getting help from abroad from a variety of sources, including the United Nations (UN) and the World Health Organization (WHO).

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Transitioning from Student To ICU New Grad - Interview with Jennifer Hostutler

The first year of a nurse’s career can be either harrowing or rewarding and can determine whether she/he stays or goes. It’s very important for facilities to keep nursing staff.

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How to Change Nursing Specialties

Dear Nurse Beth, Will you please recommend the best way to change nursing fields? How does one gain experience in a field that they have never practiced in and how would that information be best conveyed to a hiring department when the first step in a job application is done online?

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Would you completely remove your staff from the duty roster/work assignment if they call in sick for a week?

No, it's not even a whole week. As a matter of fact, aforementioned staff made an effort to personally submit a doctor's note around the third/fourth day. The note said T/C peptic ulcer.

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does the doctor-nurse game still exist?

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