sideshowstarlet BSN, RN

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sideshowstarlet has 9 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Med-Surg, Developmental Disorders.

RN with 7 years bedside experience (mostly med surg) and 1 year of telehealth experience in a quasi-case management role. I am also working on my Master's in Social Work (online program) with the goal of helping children who have autism. 

Currently do follow ups via telehealth for a nonprofit agency that supports children with autism and their families. I'm hoping to also work PRN in mental health and/or case management.

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    Quitting My Job: Returning My ID Badge- Should I be Petty?

    Ooooh! The pic makes it sound like a dirty little secret!
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    Quitting My Job: Returning My ID Badge- Should I be Petty?

    LOL! If anyone were to correctly identify my former workplace, I don't think I'd bother to deny it.
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    A Sticky Wicket

    Oh for Christ sake. Why don't they just use hospital armbands with PHI concealed with a sharpie? This could also save them from a potentially embarrassing situation in which someone happens to know John P. Taylor-Smythe (DOB 5/2/1957) and knows ...
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    Quitting My Job: Returning My ID Badge- Should I be Petty?

    No. But I did enjoy the two days I spent in Portsmouth.
  5. I'd want to meet @Davey Do for sure! Come to New England, Davey!
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    Quitting My Job: Returning My ID Badge- Should I be Petty?

    @Davey Do, thank you, Davern for your wisdom and for sticking it out with me! You're the best retired nurse ever- the crustiest of crusty old bats! Thank you for not being bitter OR a biter! (How's that for beating a dead horse?)
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    Quitting My Job: Returning My ID Badge- Should I be Petty?

    LOL! Where can I get an outfit like that?
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    Quitting My Job: Returning My ID Badge- Should I be Petty?

    The Code Team/Cleanup Crew can't find North South East West Conference Education Fornication Fermentation Room 82. This won't end well.
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    Quitting My Job: Returning My ID Badge- Should I be Petty?

    LOL! Love it! Pretty messy room, though. I'm sure the educator's all-knowing tech daughter TOLD them they should clean that place up, but NOOO! Nobody listened to her! (And now someone's in the ICU from choking on their own vomit after looking at tha...
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    Quitting My Job: Returning My ID Badge- Should I be Petty?

    @Davey Do The only things the map lacks are the HR office and the North South East West Conference Education Fornication Fermentation Room #82.
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    Quitting My Job: Returning My ID Badge- Should I be Petty?

    @Davey Do Love that map! It'll definitely keep me from getting lost!
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    Quitting My Job: Returning My ID Badge- Should I be Petty?

    Exactly! I had enough of those little power plays when I was being paid to be there.
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    Quitting My Job: Returning My ID Badge- Should I be Petty?

    LOL! Supervisors can make or break a job. I found at my old job, it was very important for the supervisors in one department to be able to communicate effectively with the supervisors in other departments. For example, the Assistant Director of the C...
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    Quitting My Job: Returning My ID Badge- Should I be Petty?

    LOL, I'm not quite on the coast. I'm currently near the NH-VT-MA border. But I did stay in Portsmouth, a coastal town in New Hampshire, for an extra day back in 2020, as I was miraculously ahead of schedule on my journey to Maine. I absolutely loved ...
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    Quitting My Job: Returning My ID Badge- Should I be Petty?

    @Davey Do You are always looking out for me! Of course, if you did anything less, I would have to report you to the I, Lioness Departure From Professional Ridiculousness (IDFPR).