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Old 06-29-2007, 04:10 PM
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Default Where ARE all the peds nurses?

The most recent NJO column asks where all the pediatric nurse bloggers are. Are there any?

The column points out that there are NICU blogs, and I read a few of those. But I have never come across a pediatric nurse blog.

Seems like a niche that needs to be filled! Calling pedi nurses that like to write!
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with all the HIPPA stuff lately. I am a pedi nurse and do have a blog, but I hate to write any specifics about patients there. I did my preceptorship and rarely wrote about it. Maybe when I am doing orientation, which starts MONDAY, I will have more stories and figure out how to write about them in a safe way.
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Good luck on your orientation! And let us know where your blog is when you're ready. Welcome to Nursing Voices!
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with all the HIPPA stuff lately. I am a pedi nurse and do have a blog, but I hate to write any specifics about patients there. I did my preceptorship and rarely wrote about it. Maybe when I am doing orientation, which starts MONDAY, I will have more stories and figure out how to write about them in a safe way.
I have a blogroll ready for your blog when it's time to roll it out!

The more experience you have, the easier it is to composite the stories - a little from here, a little from there..

You have to be comfortable!

But I also have to ask, are there any regular pediatric nurses? You know, the ones that work in offices or regular med/surg pedi units? Do those even exist outside of medical centers anymmore? The last three ERs I've worked in - no peds dept in the hospital!
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I have a blogroll ready for your blog when it's time to roll it out!

The more experience you have, the easier it is to composite the stories - a little from here, a little from there..

You have to be comfortable!

But I also have to ask, are there any regular pediatric nurses? You know, the ones that work in offices or regular med/surg pedi units? Do those even exist outside of medical centers anymmore? The last three ERs I've worked in - no peds dept in the hospital!
All the peds nurses are in the major peds hospitals until they have children of their own and get paranoid and move to other specialites
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