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barbara thornely

Location:
Blairsville, GA
Service:
LVN/LPN
Status:
Active Nurse

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September 03
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August 26
smalltownnurse and kayakrn7 are now friends.
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August 21
smalltownnurse posted in: "Care plans".

we have computer generated care plans , but we have to revise so much of them , sometimes i think is is better to write them yourself. BS??? yes an...

smalltownnurse received the Quiz result of "Study Harder - 0-50% correct".
April 09
smalltownnurse posted in: "Negative People".

help , i work in a small town with 'people that have always done it that way ', don't care to learn or try anything new, and are always gossiping ,...

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    smalltownnurse

    over 6 years ago

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    i love working as a nurse and have for many many years now,i do feel that nursing has the new breed of nurses have a different outlook and style . things are so much different now as the world and life constantly changes , but one thing i have learned'; is that change is not 'always' the best thing that could happen