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"edmonson alexander hospital" Discussed on The Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast

The Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast

06:29 min | 4 months ago

"edmonson alexander hospital" Discussed on The Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast

"When when you're stressed out. Yeah i'm the five back. This is your day indiana so tell us a little bit more about you so we know about your earners so tell us a little bit more about who you are and how you got into nurse and why why give me wanting to that career path. I'm a registered nurse. I work out of inner ear. Edmonson alexander hospital. I have been there poor working with each s health services for going to be twelve years now so i i got into nursing initially So i started working on a home. I realized that. I like the kid. I was provided. Further patients their clients. They're in a community and so my was actually my mom. My mother who thought that passion in me and encouraged me to get into nursing. I i sent buddy was insane. I didn't think that i would stat compassionate out you know a others. They always see things that yes necessarily seek out true. So she saw it. Encouraged its end side went on and Went to school for to become an. Lpn i the lpn. Basically is a licensed practical nurse. You go to school for two years here in medina or in canada mostly two years. It will differ from province to province. I worked as a practical nurse for about ten years techno eleven years. Yeah i was. I worked in the medicine general medicine. This is a word that basically you see everything across the nursing spectrum. So i then realized that i wanted to challenge myself to go even further on given that i had already artie. Had hi schooling done here. I figured why. Not just challenge Wide not push myself right. And then i decided to go back to school after ten plus years of working in the field and i did. Yeah now registered nurse. Wow wow wow so. I'm just thinking i all the money working ten years like. Did you have to give up a fulltime job to go back to school. Full your rn ways such a sacrifice. It wasn't easy. It wasn't an easy decision because i had permanent full-time and those don't come easily. Give that up. Just take a leap of faith to finish my rn. I lost all the income. That i wow king i like. I said the husak rice. Sorry i actually edmund teens scotch way to go back to school just to becoming our years. So is there a reason why you didn't do it in ten though i could have done it in nineteen but it would have been online and personally. I am not an online person. I tried did few courses online through abacha university. And i just realized that it wasn't for me knowing myself i have a lot of family in edmonton and so as a result. I'm busy with family. Engagements i needed to just released myself to be focused only on On school and so. That's what i did while. I was in taking classes throughout the best guy and working fulltime. I hear procrastinating. I wasn't really getting anything done. I was actually the main reason why i moved to usa. Yeah it's it's huge leap of buffet indefinitely challenging to give up that cash that you've been owning for like ten years plus and then you'll like i wanna go back to school and get something higher than what i'm doing and and right now that's your working as an rnd feel like it was worth that sacrifice so far so far i feel it is is definitely more responsibility. I can feel it ever been. Payback was definitely worth it. Okay so startled. Tell us a bit about some of the challenges that you might have experienced as you were starting either your lpn or your are an just showed us what your education was like so the challenges that i encountered basically were just as an lpn back then when i did my opn diploma the times that nurses were very short. I was actually shortlisted for a while. If for six months to a year. I was called to say i was in actually. I think someone had to drop that ear from you to enter into the program. If i could remember. I quit my work. I think that's the day. I'd be waiting for aids For so long so so that means you are underweight. Lease to become an rn long before you actually go deceptive. No this is the l. P. n. is okay the. Lpn in a pass was some orange use to only go to school for two years and it will become an rn but with diplomat. Iran though in two thousand seven that program was stocked. And i think two thousand seven hundred thousand eight. That plan was stopped in that program then became the opium program. Lpm diploma program. The pro I did as an lpn. Okay and yeah. It was going to school when you are younger. I suppose to when. I went back to school when i am. Older.

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"edmonson alexander hospital" Discussed on The Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast

The Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast

02:00 min | 4 months ago

"edmonson alexander hospital" Discussed on The Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast

"So tell us a little bit more about you so we know about your earners so tell us a little bit more about who you are and how you got into nurse and why why give me wanting to that career path. I'm a registered nurse. I work out of inner ear. Edmonson alexander hospital. I have been there poor working with each s health services for going to be twelve years now so i i got into nursing initially So i started working on a home. I realized that. I like the kid. I was provided. Further patients their clients. They're in a community and so my was actually my mom. My mother who thought that passion in me and encouraged me to get into nursing. I i sent buddy was insane. I didn't think that i would stat compassionate out you know a others. They always see things that yes necessarily seek out true. So she saw it. Encouraged its end side went on and Went to school for to become an. Lpn i the lpn. Basically is a licensed practical nurse. You go to school for two years here in medina or in canada mostly two years. It will differ from province to province. I worked as a practical nurse for about ten years techno eleven years. Yeah i was. I worked in the medicine general medicine. This is a word that basically you see everything across the nursing spectrum.

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Women in Science: Pursuing a Career in Nursing

The Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Women in Science: Pursuing a Career in Nursing

"So tell us a little bit more about you so we know about your earners so tell us a little bit more about who you are and how you got into nurse and why why give me wanting to that career path. I'm a registered nurse. I work out of inner ear. Edmonson alexander hospital. I have been there poor working with each s health services for going to be twelve years now so i i got into nursing initially So i started working on a home. I realized that. I like the kid. I was provided. Further patients their clients. They're in a community and so my was actually my mom. My mother who thought that passion in me and encouraged me to get into nursing. I i sent buddy was insane. I didn't think that i would stat compassionate out you know a others. They always see things that yes necessarily seek out true. So she saw it. Encouraged its end side went on and Went to school for to become an. Lpn i the lpn. Basically is a licensed practical nurse. You go to school for two years here in medina or in canada mostly two years. It will differ from province to province. I worked as a practical nurse for about ten years techno eleven years. Yeah i was. I worked in the medicine general medicine. This is a word that basically you see everything across the nursing spectrum.

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