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I'd like to know what you're thinking about. What's new in your nursing world. What would you change and how would you change it?
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Old 09-09-2010, 11:35 PM
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I am a recent graduate from nursing school with a BSN and I have my first interview next week *fingers crossed for good luck*
And what is new: a renewed sense of my love for learning! Since I graduated, I can now pick and choose what I learn about. I love learning that much more. I have read lots of articles about HIV, and I am currently taking an ACLS course.
What does everyone else like to learn about?
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Old 09-12-2010, 06:50 AM
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I've been a nurse for years in the ER and have traveled extensively in California and I have to say that starting to learn new information has brought me out of being 'burnt out'. I know work in a small rural ER and I am enjoying going back and reinforcing the 'basics'
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Old 10-14-2010, 02:14 PM
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Hi everyone,

I'm kinda new here.
I've been a CNA previously but I've stopped working for the past few years since I moved away from the US.
I pretty much just blog about nursing and CNA related topics these days over at CNA Training Help
Looking forward to contributing to the forum and making new friends.
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Old 04-12-2013, 04:16 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by LeahMG View Post
I am a recent graduate from nursing school with a BSN and I have my first interview next week *fingers crossed for good luck*
And what is new: a renewed sense of my love for learning! Since I graduated, I can now pick and choose what I learn about. I love learning that much more. I have read lots of articles about HIV, and I am currently taking an ACLS course.
What does everyone else like to learn about?
Hi Leah,

I got intrigued when you mentioned that you were taking an ACLS course and I came across a link a while back and this definitely gave me an inspiration and made me love myself more for being a nurse

Go check it out and I'm confident that this will interest you!
http://pacificmedicaltraining.net/20....6BvbKyuq.dpuf

Enjoy reading and I'd be glad to know your thoughts about it

Regards,
Antonio
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