What are the hours like? whats the pay like? how hard it is to get a job? any other kind of information?
What sort of schooling is involved? is the pay good? what are the hours like?
I have been working in a dialysis clinic for the past 14 years, and I hate it The work itself is not bad, the people however, are terrible. I am the only one left over 40, all of these new young women show no respect for employers, coworkers and most of all patients! They complain about their unstable relationships, they show up late and they are constantly either texting or calling ON THE FLOOR! I need a new job with people my own age, this is just an entirely new generation i do not understand. Any suggestions?
I heard there is a job out there where a person will drive a porsche or some other really fast car from hospital to hospital when there is an organ transplant and it needs to get somewhere fast. is this real and what is there job title? so i can research it
They can be anything. eg. cleaner etc.
My mom was diagnosed with Leukemia in January and she's since had to lose her job with not much other income. I'm wondering if anybody can help me find charities that will help her financially? She has applied and been approved for social security income but they will not start giving her money until August and she has no other income now. She has bill collectors calling every 10 mins.
Just wondering if anybody else has found help or knows of a program that can?
I have recently been employed as an Activities Coordinator in a care home for the elderly. Some of them have dementia, some of them are totally reliant on wheelchairs and assistance in everything they do and some are perfectly ok other than being elderly.
I've not done this job before and Im finding it difficult to get the ball rolling and please so many people!
I'd love some ideas from anyone, pleeeease. Thanks so much :)
I want to give my cousin one of my kidneys but I'm so scared. I am single, I have a great job no kids and I'm not married. I am in the military so I need to stay healthy and active. She is 34 and a stong minded person with 2 kids, her husband left a long time ago. She's been living on dialysis for about 7yrs. she gives me inspiration and I love her so much no one could ever tell she is sick she acts like is wrong, you can tell by her size but not her spirit. She is my eldest cousin and is also my best friend. I want to know how safe this is for me.
My husband is on liver transplant list. he is getting ready to quit work since he is unable to do his job due to health reasons. We have to pay our insurance and bills and it takes so long to get disability. Any suggestions on how to pay these if he can not work? or who to call to ask these questions? thanks
What are the hours like? whats the pay like? how hard it is to get a job? any other kind of information?
i think i was thinking about a transpland coordinator, my mistake
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I'm currently a freshman nursing major but nursing isn't my thing. When I was thinking about what I am passionate about, I realized I want to incorporate my knowledge and passion about the organ shortage and make it my career. I've looked on some websites and there are so many different job titles. I think being a family counselor would be interesting, or an educator and travel to spread the word, or even be a Transplant coordinator. Anyways, does anyone know what I should major in to be qualified? I was thinking a psychology major with a minor in public health?
Alright, so I can't decide on what I should do for college..I'm majoring in nursing, and these are my options...
1: My dad wants me to go to a community college so I can get my associates degree in nursing, and then buy the time I'm 21 I could have a steady job, and will be "making a lot of money", according to my father.... But with this, I get not as much college experience, but it will move my life a lot faster as far as "money making".
2: The other option is going to the University of Kansas(which I'm currently already enrolled in). They only have a four year program so I would be getting my Bachelors degree in nursing. With this choice I would be getting plenty of college experience, but it would take longer to to get to where I want to go.
I think I want to be a transplant coordinator, or work somewhere in the cardiology department. That's my plan. I was really looking forward to a college experiences, but I also like money...Just some advice please! No rude remarks! Thanks!:)
(PBSC is Peripheral Blood Stem Cells)
Okay... Someone that wrongly cost you a good job, the love of your life, etc. They or their family member's have cancer and need a PBSC infusion or Bone Marrow transplant. You figured out without a doubt that it was them (Under HIPAA rules you the coordinators don't tell you who).
Such as... They are happy that they found a match shortly after you do a battery of tests. The age and cancer type match exactly to that of this person. Then they get an infection, postponing the procedure, you are informed the procedure is postponed because, and the family announces everything on Facebook.
Would you continue with it? Would you pull out of it? Would you tell this person??
I was thinking about a person or two that screwed me over... The extent of my hate is passive aggressive. I would not do it. I would tell them joyfully, via e-mail, that I am likely the donor and I am not going to make this donation. I would be revealed and happy. The tables have turned. I get to return the favor, plus some. If they died or their family member died, I would accept responsibility , I would own it. I would go further and post it on Facebook and make T-shirts. I would celebrate.
I would more prefer that it would be one of their beloved family members, so they can live grief and pain.... and hate me.
Better yet, I would wait until this person is at the "point of no return" when they chemo and/or radiation therapy depleted their immune system to nothing, then ditch them.
Jazz: It's theoretical. I was selected to give PBSC, to some unknown woman, outside the USA.
BUT, honestly if It was one of those people that got me laid off, I wouldn't do it. I would rather it be their spouse or child, so that they can live with the loss.
About three weeks ago, not working Wed. I stayed at home & rested. Same on Thurs. falling asleep about 515 PM. I awoke at 7 pm, thinking it was 7 am. Got dressed, got in car and headed to a high school where I was supposed to serve as a substitute on Fri. AM. Stopped at clinic along the way. It was closed. Something seemed strange. Arrived at high school parking lot around 7:45 pm.. Very few cars in parking lot. School not open. Confused why there were no cars there. Caretaker and and adjunct teacher came by. Convinced me it was almost 8 pm. So, drove home. On arrival phone was ringing. School secy was calling to see if I got home okay. I am a good driver.
At 0315, concerned about medical over dosage called pharmacy. Pharmacy said I might have poisoned myself. Called MD's office. Soon after, the answering service called and told me to go to hospital ER room. Drove there quickly. Entered and met a nurse. She got help and escorted me to a exam room. Took my vitals. Then took blood. I am on coumadin among other MDS. Physician assistant on call handling ER room examined me, checked vitals watched me walk. Told him I was ready to teach. Around 0630 when released, stopped off for breakfast & went to school to teach.
Lots of subs and substitute coordinator busy. I couldn't get to talk to her and thinking nothing of it,
went to breakfast, taught my classes and returned home after school. The physician asst. in ER told me to stay home Sat & Sun bec.. my coumadin level would get high and he didn't want any bleeding via fall. On Mon, drove an hour to a middle school and taught all day. No big deal. Felt fine.
Tues. returned and was covering for another teacher. Around 1215 I checked the substitute job board to see if there was any work for me. Found I couldn't enter the system. The school secy did same thing: same results. Called the Bd.of Ed. Substitute Coordinator. She said a letter had been
received from the principal, obviously negative and that I was permanently terminated as a sub.
Stayed at home shocked. Saw my internist the following Tues. He opened the Principal's letter and read that because of my confusion the previous evening, it was the impression that something was wrong. He wrote I was banned from teaching in the school because (supposedly) high school students were hard to teach. False. Middle schools = harder but I've taught a long time..
Initial reaction of Internist was that the principal was full of beans. No one could tell my condition due to confusion the night before when I had thought eve was Morning. Internist ordered some tests. A few days later,internist told me my ammonia level was higher than normal. Gave me a standard RX
liquid to take every 12 hrs. Had a test (possibly) MRI of my abdomen on Tues. aft.(two days ago). Ammonia blood test wasn't drawn properly so had it drawn again. Am seeing internist tomorrow after one more test.
My psych today said high ammonia level could have caused confusion that night. Never had this happen before. Went more than a week before internist's blood test showed high ammonia level.
Could this one incident have been caused by high ammonia level? Will see internist Thurs.5/26 aft. after another med. test/
Could the ammonia level have caused the confusion incident?
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My dad is in need of a new kidney pretty soon. He is type A+ and I am type O+ blood. Can I be a potential donor?
I realize I would have to do the further tissue testings and stuff but I don't know if being a organ donor was similar to that of a blood donor with the blood types matching or not.
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Can a nurse live ok in washington dc? Its so high with the apartments, and all. Making $26.00 hr. looks like it ain't enough to live on? Help!!