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Today is December 6, 2023. Editor's Picks... 🤣 Share Your Stories; 🚑 Transport RN; NCLEX After 12 Years; Referral Bonuses; Parental Bill of Rights; ICU or ER; Back to Nursing; Ageism
I want to train to help transport patients to tertiary centers. Wondering if anyone here has experience doing this?
I graduated 12 years ago and have never practiced being a nurse. I've forgotten everything. I'm looking for tips, review programs, shared experiences, etc.
Is anyone making changes to their clinic practice due to the Parental Bill of Rights?
I walked out during my orientation. Can I be charged with patient abandonment?
I want to get back into the work force, at least part-time or PRN. My only experience has been med/surg/telemetry float pool.
I am a new grad with an offer in both the ICU and ER and am trying to decide where is best to start.
I have a Ph.D. in political science. Is enrolling in a traditional BSN program an option for a second degree student like me?
Why, after 30 years of knowledge gained as a RN BSN, is it so difficult to be considered for even a part time or per diem position?
Ducking at the right time, however, is a self-taught response. Can you relate? Has this happened to you?
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