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undergrad RN
I'm a twenty-something Canadian student. After stumbling through a few years of college, I finally managed to get into the nursing school of my dreams, where I hope to graduate in 2012 with a nursing baccalaureate degree. I want to offer an honest look into how a modern nurse is educated, both good and bad. Eventually I hope to compare my education to my day-to-day career and see how it holds up. Whatever happens, it should be somewhat entertaining. Find me on allnurses.com!
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Monday, December 13, 2010

Picking your specialty...

As seen on an AllNurses.com post, and apparently poached from a new (to me) blog - Those Emergency Blues:


A) I enjoyed this tremendously and I apparently am best suited as a Wal-Mart greeter

B) Anyone who lists At Your CervixNurseXY, and Rob Fraser as a must-read is okay by me

C subsect. 1A) YES, I *do* think children are mostly trolls

C subsect. 1B) I resent studying L&D SOOOOOOooo much that I am blogging instead of cramming for my final in 3 hours and feeling no pain whatsoever

C subsect. 2) Fine, I'm getting back to work, I swears!

3 comments:

nurse XY said...

Ok, now that's funny!

torontoemerg said...

Hi

Thanks for reposting my flow chart. Can email me? I have a question for you. torontoemergencyrn@gmail.com.

Thanks

Cartoon Characters said...

I went into L&D 1/2 way thru my nursing career, and I found most people commenting - "you must love babies". No. I don't really.

L&D is an exciting area to work, similar to ED - you don't know what will walk thru the door and it is difficult to predict when something life threatening will happen.

I would have never in a million years predicted that L&D would have been the one area in nursing I would enjoy...if you were to have asked me as a student nurse.

Keep an open mind! :)

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