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Sheereen Shahabuddin
Sheereen Shahabuddin • 1 year ago

NURSE

  • Rebecca Sanford
    Rebecca Sanford • 1 year ago

    Congrats to all the Graduating Nurses!

  • Stacey Martin
    Stacey Martin • 1 year ago

    Wore that first badge for a long time. Now so proud that I can wear this one!

  • Kathy Hartung
    Kathy Hartung • 1 year ago

    Congrats new grads! Best of luck in your nursing careers, this is a tough and mostly thankless career choice and yet if you can ride it out it is also very rewarding.

  • Heidy Nahass
    Heidy Nahass • 1 year ago

    get me one

  • Pam
    Pam • 1 year ago

    I want one! Best of luck in your nursing careers! My daughter graduated This May----Very Proud! :)

  • Erin O'Keefe
    Erin O'Keefe • 1 year ago

    Yay! congrats! I graduate next year!

  • Tiffany
    Tiffany • 1 year ago

    I'm a PROUD new nurse :)

  • Tina Casey
    Tina Casey • 1 year ago

    Proud retired NICU nurse...

  • theresa lowry
    theresa lowry • 1 year ago

    I have been a nurse for 23 yrs seen some good changes and some more recent changes to the field that are not so good. Always remember, Check your attitude and personal life at the door when you punch in for your shift. Always think of the pt as one of your love ones or yourself and how you would want to be treated. Listen to your pts you just met them 5 minutes ago and most likely they know their bodies better than you! Most of all when it gets to the point you dont love going to you job every day GET OUT, because at that point you are not doing anyone a favor. Good lUck from an old timer! Who has been there and done that and has the wore out scrubs to prove it!

  • Deanna Moore
    Deanna Moore • 1 year ago

    May the force be with you, my new friend,trust your self and your thoughts and do not be afraid to ask questions for that is how you learn new things I have been a nurse for about 30 years and am still asking questions!

  • Kelly Kantola
    Kelly Kantola • 1 year ago

    15 yrs as an RN! 10yrs as an ICU RN! 6 yrs as a CCRN!

  • Teri Helms
    Teri Helms • 1 year ago

    Good luck and congratulations to all the new grad RNs! Read Theresa Lowry's words of wisdom above. There's a lot of truth in what she says. I've got 15 years in the trenches myself, and I couldn't have put it any better.