I am looking at starting a legal nurse consultant does any one have experience doing this tell me about our experience
hi everyone. i'm new to the us and i just received my ip i'm having difficult with my studies. i am confused and dont think i could ever pass this nclex . does any foreign nurse knows whats next after the ip. i dont know what to do and is loss. can i get employment temp with the ip ? how do i get a wk permit? help please......
It warms the heart to read a question on how can one be a better nurse? I paused only for a heartbeat to look back how many years ago(i won't even give myself away Jaypee and give you an idea how old i am...) when i walked through the threshold of the world of nursing armed with ....a passion to care, a commitment to give myself the privilege of an education and learning that is unending,a questioning mind,a physical self that aspires to join the marathon,run a race,rollerblade,ice skate and most
I owe my baby daughter's life (and a big piece of my own life) to NICU nurses and all the staff in the NICU where she was born. My little girl was born at 25 weeks gestational age and weighed 630 grams. Oh, did I mention that all of this happened on the opposite coast? My wife was on a business trip, hardly showing, at 23 weeks and 5 days when she went into preterm labor!
Before all of this, I had never heard the term NICU and had spent very little time
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I am a RN on a 12 bed surgical ICU and have
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If you pick up a can of soup and find that the sodium levels are lower than you expected, or that a food item advertises it has “less sugar” or “no MSG” ... then there may be cause for alarm.
A relatively young company, Senomyx, may be responsible for the sodium and sugar levels falling in various grocery store items. They may be putting chemicals into your food right now, without telling you and without you even realizing. Under the law, they don’t have to.
How can I become A good nurse? 'am 2nd year nursing student,what can i do to become a good nurse aside from study hard?! there somebody can give me an advise or tips?!