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  1. hello i believe there would be and increase in the amount of job opportunities if there was a med aide position available for example it the med aide position is not filled by a med aide a lvn or rn can request the same position just have to accept they pay posted for the med aide. and also if and lvn or rn or med aide even request a cna position at cna pay of course we should be allowed to request it only because our credentials already include that of a cna or med aide. if you understand what im saying so like under an LVN profile it should be able to include med aide, cna and care giver. alot of facilities need med aides.
  2. We know you are out there doing amazing things and we want to hear about it and help you show it off! Throw your side hustle in the comments below we'll feature you in the Nursa Blog just like we did for Faith Harvey and her awesome custom badge business. 👏
  3. Weekdays or Weekends? Adults only or kids welcome? Small or big event? Have a passion for yoga or golfing? Let's go 🙂
  4. According to the Big Five Model, personality can be narrowed down to five main factors: extroversion, agreeableness, openness, conscientiousness, and neuroticism. Extroversion This factor reflects the degree to which people interact with others and their levels of comfort and assertiveness in these situations. Extroverted people are sociable and enjoy being the center of attention. Furthermore, they are energized by social interaction. At the other end of the spectrum, people with low extroversion prefer to be alone and are even tired by social interaction. They are more reserved and reflective and certainly do not like being the center of attention. Agreeableness This factor refers to people’s interaction with others. If people are highly agreeable, they are empathetic and sympathetic; they are cooperative, altruistic, and compliant; they are trustworthy and also forgiving of others. People falling on the opposite end of the spectrum are more likely to show off as well as insult others. People with low agreeableness are not likely to care about others’ feelings and are often demanding of others. Openness This trait refers to people’s willingness to experience new things, as well as their inclination towards imaginative and intellectual pursuits. Open people are often curious, creative, and unconventional. On the other hand, those with low openness are more traditional and prefer to follow routines; they are also not very imaginative. Needless to say, people who are not very open tend to dislike change. Conscientiousness People who are highly conscientious have great impulse control. This allows them to stay focused on goals. These individuals are generally organized, disciplined, thoughtful, and careful. On the other hand, people with low conscientiousness are more impulsive and disorganized. Neuroticism This factor refers to people’s emotional stability and the lens through which they see the world. Neurotic people are more prone to experiencing negative emotions and thoughts, including anxiety, anger, sadness, stress, low self-esteem, and vulnerability. People with low neuroticism are more emotionally stable: they don’t worry much; they are rarely sad; they often have high self-esteem and are more confident, and resilient. We all fall somewhere on the spectrum of these personality traits. It also probably affects how we engage and care for others. Do we think nurses have a trait all in common?
  5. Good morning everyone, Do you have a love for animals like I do? Do you want to help make an impact and help save lives? You can help! Foster parents in the animal rescue world are incredibly important and make an incredible difference in these animals' lives until they find their fur-ever home. If this is something that has interested you, I encourage you to reach out to your local animal shelter and rescue organizations to start the process! For my local Utah peeps, check out the article by The Utah Humane Society - Foster a Pet. For the peeps outside of Utah, check this article out to learn more about what it takes to foster a pet! - Things to Know Before Fostering a Dog or Cat If anyone has any questions on how to get involved, please let me know! I am happy to help you get started in being involved. I am on my 19th dog foster, and I cannot tell you enough how rewarding it is.
  6. Hello friends, is anyone having a hard time getting a shift or getting canceled hours before the shift starts or is it just me 😭
  7. I have been working with some CNAs that are neglectful/don’t care about their work. It’s very sad to see and have to point out. There needs to be a way we can report these aides so they can be talked to or trained or banned even. Can we make this possible please?
  8. Alright fellow foodies! What are some healthy options that are quick and easy to take to work?
  9. Anyone else attending Seminole state in Oklahoma?
  10. What has been the most helpful article you've found in the Nursa library?
  11. What do you like and not like about your specialty?
  12. What nursing scholarships are there out there?
  13. Want to study with anyone? Need any prep advice? Come share your wisdom or ask a question!
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