We got a call from one of our former travelers today. He’s landed a job in the Midwest, I’m not sure specifically where. But it’s so funny…he is working with one of our former traveler nurses. And this is not the first time we’ve had travelers who’ve worked in our lab meeting up in other [...]
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I am so sick of dealing with techs who want to tell me how to do my job. Or worse, who think they need to tell me how to do my job “right”. It’s so easy isn’t it to be scrubbed in at the table, focusing literally on the task “at hand”? It must be [...]
The acutes we are getting seem to be younger and younger lately. My last was in his early 50’s, with not a lot of risk factors, but a penchant for Nicorette gum. And for awhile there it seemed that we had a run on 40-somethings.
What is going on?? I think it must be all of [...]
With all due respect to you travelers out there…well, never mind. I do have respect for you – most of you that I’ve met, anyway. And I honestly don’t know how you do it. I couldn’t uproot myself for 13 weeks and start working with a bunch of people I didn’t know, only to leave [...]
So, I’ve worked in the Cath Lab for about five years now. It sounds like a long time, but there are days when it feels like I’ve been there for less than five weeks.
I consider myself pretty intelligent. Well fairly intelligent, anyway. And my Cath Lab training went pretty well, I think. I prepared for the [...]