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CHECK THIS OUT!!!!!

Ok so for all of my nursey students/followers or for anyone that wants to read a REALLY great blog.  You seriously need to head over to "Life in the Clinic" and follow it.  This is written by a fantastic pediatric NP! She writes about interesting cases, frustrating job experiences and just every day things that us nursing students will probably one day deal with, plus she pretty stinking smart! So, seriously, why are you still reading this blog?  Head over there RIGHT NOW & check it out!!! :D



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  1. Wow, Candi! You made my day. Thanks for the boost! I just started writing the blog as an outlet, and it has evolved into something else.

    I like reading your blog too...although it stirs up all those memories of nursing school (and grad school) that I wanted to keep buried...all I can say is, keep going, it will be worth it!

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    1. Haha, thanks! Yeah I really love your blog. There aren't really a lot of blogs of NP's who are in practice where they actually talk about the stuff that goes on. There used to be a REALLY great one but she stopped writing it after a few years, so I am so thankful for yours!

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  2. i know... i found her thru you :)
    love all the interesting things she encounters.

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    1. Me too. I love too that she doesn't just post about medical stuff but about real life stuff like work place dynamics etc.

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