John2018 replied to Sam Mathews's topic in Advanced
I think you can have a better answer about this if you get connected with nurses entrepreneurs or those who have their own practice, most of them are Aesthetics Nurses..you can check linkedin, saw a lot of them and some actually post about their jour...
I hope I can help you but the 1 thing I know for sure is that they would require you to have at least 2 or more years of practice in ICU. Maybe you can check linkedin, make connections there with CRNAs.
I'm not an ICU nurse but I have a close friend that works in Cardiac ICU and yes, they do have patients who are completely vaccinated die due to complications from COVID but their numbers are way smaller compared to those who are not vaccinated.
John2018 replied to Googlenurse's topic in Nursing
Just set an expectation that your status would be "non-rehirable" anyways if you don't like working for them because of their crappy benefits, I think you wouldn't mind that status. So go to a job that serves you best.
John2018 replied to Monique Barber's topic in New Nurse
I've been to several jobs and what I usually do, if they don't ask me to come to an event or outing or their so called "team building" I don't care, would I want to spent hours with them denying and ignoring me? ofcourse not. I'd rather spent the day...
John2018 replied to MissRN2394's topic in Ambulatory
This is unfair but their rebuttal with you is that they gave you a heads-up about your duties and responsibilities. This happened to be before when I was working as a company nurse. Aside from nursing duties, I also help in the HR when they are swamp...
We must also learn how to set boundaries to avoid burnouts and exhaustion. It could be hard at times especially if we need to say "NO" but practice makes perfect, we can't use up all our energy for all the "YES" that could have been a "NO".
John2018 replied to RuralMOSchoolRN's topic in School
It could have been avoided if the teacher advised you that she called the mom, but anyway does the school have any protocol that teachers should not explain anything to the parents? I think that is when everything went downhill.