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  • RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Where are our New LPN's?

    Actually, I work in an HIV/AIDS clinic in Pennsylvania.&nbsp; Headtrauma1Be the Change You Want to see in the World.
    Posted to LPN Forums (Forum) by headtrauma1 on September 19, 2006
  • RE:RE:RE:Where are our New LPN's?

    Hey Jonny-B..Good to hear from you! Taking your boards soon, huh?? Well, your confidence&nbsp;sounds high and you sound like you have a good head on your shoulders...so I'd get one of those NCLEX prep books for review and you'll do fine. If I would offer advice, it'd be this...stay current with nursing trends, research, news, ect. Get yourself a ...
    Posted to LPN Forums (Forum) by headtrauma1 on September 17, 2006
  • RE:New Student

    Congratulations!! This is going to be an intense time for you, remember to take time and relax and find some 'you time'. You will begin a wonderful journey and I hope you are surrounded with supportive and helpful people. Watch out for negative thinkers and toxic people..they are in every profession, but&nbsp;seem to infect nursing in ...
    Posted to LPN Forums (Forum) by headtrauma1 on August 7, 2006
  • To the NFLPN:re: Melanie

    Okay Melanie. You have managed to let everyone know that LPNs need the NFLPN and that we need to unite as one, as there is strength in numbers. You have let everyone know that there is such a national&nbsp;organization that represents the interests of LPNs. All true enough. What you have not said, however and that seems to be what everyone is ...
    Posted to LPN Forums (Forum) by headtrauma1 on May 20, 2006
  • New "Study"

    Now Hear This LPN's!! Regarding the aforementioned study....the Rueters site does not accurately represent what that study said..if you read in parenthesis above the article it reads:(adds hospital industry group and nurses' association comments)..the comment in the article that reads, and I quote, 'by repacing 37,000 LPNs with RNs-LPNs require ...
    Posted to LPN Forums (Forum) by headtrauma1 on January 14, 2006
  • RE:Want to be a school nurse

    I know here in Pa. to be a 'school nurse', you have to be a registered nurse with at least a bachelors degree and most districts want a masters' because you are part of the administrative staff and generally (especially at the&nbsp;elementary school level) you have to go between several schools within the district because there aren't enough ...
    Posted to LPN Forums (Forum) by headtrauma1 on November 26, 2005
  • RE:New Grad

    Congratulations!!! Welcome to the wide world of&nbsp;nursing! I think if you did well in school and if you have one of the NCLEX review workbooks, you'll do fine. There is nothing you can learn in a few weeks of cramming if you haven't already learned it.&nbsp; I think you should be commended for achieving such a milestone while being a single ...
    Posted to LPN Forums (Forum) by headtrauma1 on September 28, 2005
  • RE:Rue over Excelsior

    Hmmm... so agressively responding to an inquiry..why do you sound so&nbsp; strangely like a representative from Rue?? Things that make you go hmmmm.... Headtrauma1 &nbsp;Be the Change You Want to see in the World.
    Posted to LPN Forums (Forum) by headtrauma1 on August 21, 2005
  • I need your input!!!!

    Okay. I need everyone who can type to give me your opinions. I really need input on this one: &nbsp;1.)What would you like to see a statewide LPN organization do for LPNs? 2.)&nbsp;Would you be interested in joining one, and if so, under what conditions?(ie: general membership, dues-paying, grass roots support group,political action ...
    Posted to LPN Forums (Forum) by headtrauma1 on July 18, 2005
  • RE:RE:Blood and blood products

    This is what I know. Platelets are blood products. Platelet pheresis is the removal of platelets from the withdrawn blood and then the remainder of the blood is reinfused into the patient. That to me,&nbsp;is administration of blood and therefore out of LPN scope of practice. I am trying to get&nbsp;a hold of our IV/medication manager for the ...
    Posted to LPN Forums (Forum) by headtrauma1 on June 10, 2005