Student Nurse, prn

Wednesday, January 25, 2006


I like this one.

"Opportunities are usually disguised as hard work, so most people don't recognize them."

--Ann Landers


  • How true is that??


    By Blogger Chelle, at 9:34 PM  

  • How about this one:

    "The Chinese use two brush strokes to write the word 'crisis.' One brush stroke stands for danger; the other for opportunity. In a crisis, be aware of the danger--but recognize the opportunity." -- John F. Kennedy

    And now I'm not thinking so much of 'opportunity' but how cute JFK was. Oh, I am so old....

    By Blogger Mona Buonanotte, at 8:27 AM  

  • Hey there. I have been reading blogs for awhile but just stumbled onto med blogs, didn't realize there existed such a thing. Anyway. I went to Voc. Nursing school in Texas, but now live in Missouri, and I am finding out that most places we are called LPNs so where are you?? Also, when I was doing clinicals in the GI lab I got to teach some RN's how to start IV's. Yes, IV's. Sad how much less we get paid. Of course I wasn't a CNA before, but I am still a damn good nurse. lol

    By Anonymous Karen, at 1:52 PM  

  • Very good one!


    By Blogger I am a Milliner's Dream, a woman of many "hats"..., at 2:49 PM  

  • come over for cake stay for sex

    By Blogger Datingmaster, Jerusalem, at 7:01 AM  

  • I recognize them. I just avoid them. Maybe that's the problem.

    By Blogger JJ, at 10:27 AM  

  • Karen- You are correct, in most states it's LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) but in 2-3 states it's LVN (Licensed Vocational Nurse) not sure why but I think I like the sound of practical better. I also know several LVN's that have been in certain departments that their experience level kicks butt on any newbie RN. It's not about the letters behind your name but the experience under your scrubs :o)

    p.s one good advantage to being an 'adult student' is when I get to working I will look like I have been at my job for YEARS..hehe

    By Blogger SVN, prn, at 12:35 PM  

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