Thu 5 Jan, 2006 11:10 am - Bossy,
What I meant was will nurses everywhere be required to work and help out? I know that when things happen in the world in terms of safety that police officers are all on call to help.... (view)
Wed 4 Jan, 2006 10:55 am - Avian bird flu... if it hits will RNs be considered...
I was watching this doomsday thing on the History channel about the Avian bird flu and the "what if" it hits... (view)
Wed 28 Dec, 2005 03:09 pm - Speaking as a Nurse Recruiter, I have heard of O'Grady Payton and I can't say that I have heard either good or bad about them.
However, she may want to consider STAT International... (view)
Wed 28 Dec, 2005 03:01 pm - [quote="novice"]HI jen!!
I am a new nurse---I've only been licensed for about a year now. I work on a Med/Surg unit in Michigan and it's been pretty flexible for me.
Wed 28 Dec, 2005 11:02 am - Different nursing professions and work schedules
There are so many areas in nursing that one can explore after going through nursing school. I was interested in hearing from some of you to find... (view)
Wed 21 Dec, 2005 03:19 pm - [quote="Ginger Snap"][quote]This is the wrong attitude. Would you want someone like this to care for your loved one? Remember that the degree obtained is a Bachelor of SCIENCE in Nursing.... (view)
Mon 19 Dec, 2005 03:19 pm - ^ Thank you Ginger Snap!
Another RN told me the same thing about being a L&D nurse. She said that things do go wrong. She also said that the hardest part of her job was dealing with woman... (view)
Mon 19 Dec, 2005 11:39 am - L&D/OBGYN & Nursery RNs
I am particularly interested in hearing from RNs who work in this field. As I contemplate whether I should go into nursing I wondered if you could answer some... (view)