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Pooh made us all laugh today on a visit. He was more cheerful than the contents of the newspaper anyway. I’ve always been a Pooh Bear fan, & so was person I visited as it turns out. Always a way to make a connection

Interdisciplinary mentorship for students is often critical to success and something has embraced for sometime. Great sharing of concepts

The significance of social media in recruiting and retaining and students is very clear - repeated throughout morning sessions

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β€œThe best view comes after the hardest climb.” - unknown πŸ“ Check out this amazing shot sent into us by a current traveler with AHS NurseStat! Thanks for the submission, Kylie!

Does the cold weather have you dreaming of views like this? πŸβ˜€οΈ Check out this amazing shot sent to us by Amy, a current traveler with AHS RenalStat!

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Want to see your team of featured on the front cover of the Nurses Week section of the April issue of American Nurse Today, along with other rewards? Nominate them by Feb. 15 for the 2019 All Pro Nursing Team Award!

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All set up Information Evening 7-9pm here in the Letterkenny's Radisson Blu Hotel. Call in to find out more about our Undergraduate Programmes on offer for CAO 2019!

We're excited to be attending the at , 11am - 3pm at the Lansdown Campus on the 30th of January! Come along and meet our staff!

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When the intern is giving an update and is so so full of shit

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anonymous asked:

Why nursing?

There are so many reasons I chose nursing! Here are a few:

• I’m interested in science (biology, anatomy & physiology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, etc)

• I want a career that helps/serves people

• I’m a people person, and working with a multitude of patients, families, and coworkers appeals to me

• Nursing provides stable employment and income, while offering many opportunities for advancement/continued education to expand my practice

• Both of my parents worked as nurses, so I grew up around it and in hospitals, making me like that work environment

•Finally, scrubs are just sooooo comfortable

Mother and Baby Patient Care Tech Interview

Questions asked:

-Why should we hire you?

-3 words your coworkers would use to describe you

-Why did you apply to mother and baby?

-Tell me about a time you experienced poor communication

-Name one thing that is really important to you in a job

-How do you work with someone you don’t get along with?

-Where do you see yourself in 3-4 years?

-Where do you see yourself in 5-10 years?


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