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Old 07-13-2007, 03:14 PM
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Kim, do schools count towards your community clinical? I loooooved going to the elementary schools. We "manned" the nurse's office (I think they had a nurse come in a couple times a week; we were there when she wasn't, believe it or not) and the kids came in and were sooo cute. They would come in because their tummy hurt, or because they got a knee scraped on the playground.

I have an idea for a little project if you go that route!
I do believe I can check out school nursing. You would not believe what I have to go through to do my clinical - full background check and a ton of immunization proofs (or I'm so old I had all the diseases before they had the immunizations!). It will be at least next fall before I start, but I'd love to hear the project!
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Old 07-14-2007, 11:46 AM
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Kim, do you speak another language? One of my favorite things in nursing scholl was shadowing a community health nurse who saw mostly Spanish speaking non legal immigrants. A real eye-opener!
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Old 01-13-2013, 11:25 PM
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Going back to the original question about scary place; I just have something to share!!when I was still a nursing student, we need to have duty in the community. The house where I was assigned too was a little bit far and there lived I think three elderly who are all sick..the house looks creepy and the person inside too, so for my next visit, I asked my CI if she could accompany me=)cause I don't want to go there alone
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