CrunchRN ADN, RN

Clinical Research, Outpt Women's Health
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CrunchRN has 25 years experience as a ADN, RN and specializes in Clinical Research, Outpt Women's Health.

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  1. CrunchRN

    Lost CEUS

    I have been audited. They go back 2 years from your license renewal date here in Texas. Plenty of fre and cheap CEU's available online. Just buckle down on a weekend and do it.
  2. Finish your year. Then any neuro unit will be happy to have you.
  3. Silverbells - to see if she is real 🙂
  4. CrunchRN

    One More Week Until I Leave Bedside…Forever

    What will you be doing instead? Congratulations!
  5. CrunchRN

    Pros and cons of RN clinic nursing?

    What do you have to lose? Give it a try.
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    Covid and Hospitals: How are things now?

    Thank you for that update JBMmom. It is interesting to hear about the younger and less "at risk" illness. You just do not hear much about that and it is pretty scary.
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    Covid and Hospitals: How are things now?

    We have not had any mask mandates other than what different stores etc may have had and none of those for a long time. Our positivity rate is now 10% thankfully. The only place I have worn a mask in the last 6 months are at work because we are in a b...
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    Covid and Hospitals: How are things now?

    Thank you for the update Wuzzie. Hopefully this really does signal a lasting change.
  9. CrunchRN

    Covid and Hospitals: How are things now?

    Things have really changed here. Positivity rate down to 12% from almost 40%. Covid hospitalizations rate in low 10% ish. Hope this lasts.
  10. CrunchRN

    I've been working a lot, and my mother is upset?

    Has the OP ever come back?
  11. CrunchRN

    Friday February 4, 2022

    Love Ozark. The last several episodes were crazy good and bad LOL! Ruth is my favorite although all of them are amazing.
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    Covid and Hospitals: How are things now?

    Thanks for that update subee. It is really interesting to see way the cases are instead of just poorly written ADD style news stories.
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    Covid and Hospitals: How are things now?

    I have no doubt that is a contributing factor JBMom. Inexperienced nurses, 3 ICU patients being too many even for the experienced nurses. Not enough support staff.
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    Covid and Hospitals: How are things now?

    Thanks for the updates. They say our peak should be easing off here, but of course the staffing shortages at the hospitals are critical. If nothing else, I hope this ends up empowering nurses to have more say in how things are done finally.
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    Covid and Hospitals: How are things now?

    Interesting. How does is compare with pre-pandemic flu season loads and diversion or is there absolutely no comparison at all?