Archive for January, 2008

New Year’s Resolutions

January 30, 2008

I am turning 62 tomorrow. My goal is to start climbing Mount Everest in February of 2008. The Mount Everest I will be climbing is your online Forensic Nursing Program. I already have my RN license. So all I need is my textbooks and computers and I will start the climb. I know many people think I will not make it. I have the determination though. One of my goals when I finish and start working as a Forensic Nurse, is to help senior citizens who have been abused. You call it elder abuse. I call it an injustice and just plain wrong. I am going to make a difference for my friends and others who have been abused. Wish me well as I set out to enjoy some reading and studying.

Original Post:
January 23, 2008
I am a photographer and nurse. I want to combine both of these fields for my education in 2008. This is my New Year’s resolution. I will be glad to take your Forensic Nursing Program and Forensic Anthropology/Digital Age Progression Course.

Original Post:
January 17, 2008
I want to help make our world a better place to live as a Forensic Nurse. I see that you teach international law and global perspectives on forensic nursing both as part of your Forensic Nursing Program. This is exactly what I need to fulfill my goal for 2008.

Original Post:
January 15, 2008
My New Year’s Resolution is to be in remission from my cancer. Then, I will restart my Forensic Nursing Program. This will help me to keep my mind off my cancer. Wish me well.

Original Post:
January 10, 2008
For the Year 2008, I am making a resolution to follow in my mother’s footsteps. She is a Forensic Nurse. I will become one after taking the Forensic Nursing Program. I want to become a caring Forensic Nurse just like my mother.

Original Post:
January 7, 2008
My New Year’s Resolutions are
1. loose weight
2. get a more dependable car
3. clean my house from top to bottom
4. enroll in your Forensic Nursing program and complete it in 12 months instead of 14 months.
5. get a promotion
6. give some money to my favorite charity

Original Post:
December 31, 2007
I own a private Forensic Nursing consulting firm. We will try something new in 2008. We will expand our services to include digital age progression. Several of our Forensic Nurses will take the course in Digital Age Progressions Photography, which is a part of the Online Forensic Anthropology course.

I have a goal for 2008. It is to get a research job. The job I want involves a lot of nursing physiology. I will take an online Nursing Physiology class. I see that you call it Advanced Physiological Nursing. Once I finish this class, the hospital said I will be the ideal candidate for the job. This will allow me to make a difference in the world with research to help people avoid diseases and to help in finding cures. One of the side benefits will be a large increase in my salary. I will be better able to help my children in college. I will not have to work as many hours as I do now. My husband, my children and I can spend more time together. I better stop here (smile). But these are some of my goals for 2008.

I want to finish my BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree). I realize that it will take me more than one year to do so. Floor duty keeps me busy more than 40 hours each week. I will take it one step at a time. I already have my ASN (Associate of Science in Nursing Degree). My goal in 2008 is to start with one class and do well in it.

My New Year’s resolution is to finish my Forensic Nursing education and then start my MSN (Master of Science in Nursing).

Our police department will win the 2008 award for outstanding achievement. One way we intend to do this is by utilizing Forensic Nurses, utilizing your Forensic Anthropology course (especially your lessons and services in Digital Age Progression Photography), and utilizing your Human Osteology course. Thank you for allowing others to make suggestions and ask questions. And thank you for your suggestions.

My New Year’s resolution is to become a better Forensic Nurse in using my Nursing Health Assessment skills. I am rusty with these skills since I graduated from nursing school years ago. With my new career in Forensic Nursing, I will do better.

For 2008, my resolution is have all of my Forensic Nurses to become Professional Speakers. We do private Forensic Nursing consultations across the USA. I can achieve my resolution by having my Forensic Nurses enroll in your Professional Speaking class.

I am going to find a way for our Forensic Nursing team to reduce our paper work. I am thinking if I took one or more modules in your Health Care Informatics program, this will give me the foundation set up a computer-electronic Forensic Nursing department.

We want to reduce the drug abuse problem in our state. We will do this by having key nursing personnel enroll in your Nursing Pharmacology course and Forensic Nursing program. We may also consider your Health Promotion and Disease Prevention course.

My goal for 2008 is to obtain a triple certificate (Health Care Informatics and Public Health Nursing and Forensic Nursing).

We all at the _____ Children’s Hospital want to do a better job in providing care for our pediatric clients. We will require many of our nurses to take a continuing education course in Pediatric Nursing. We like the fact that you work with employers and students. We also like your flexible schedule in offering your course during every month during 2008.

The New Year’s resolution for 2008 is to stop many preventable crimes in _____, _____ (city, state). Please help us achieve this with your Patient Education and Counseling course, your Health Promotion and Disease Prevention course, and your Forensic Nursing program.

In 2008, I want to pass the NCLEX, and then become a Forensic Nurse. I will achieve this by taking your Online Instructor-Led NCLEX-RN(r) Review Course.

Original Post:
Saturday, December 29, 2007
My New Year’s Resolution is to take your Forensic Nursing program, get an “A,” and become a Forensic Nurse. I will finish your 14-month program in 12 months.

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Determining time of death

January 29, 2008

Algor mortis is the first assessment in determining the time of death. The temperature of a body can be used to estimate time of death during the first 24 hours. Core temperature falls gradually with time since death, and depends on body mass, fat distribution and ambient temperature. If the body is discovered before the body temperature has come into equilibrium with the ambient temperature, forensic scientists can estimate the time of death by measuring core temperature of the body against outside temperature. The second most common assessment in the recently deceased is the presence of rigor mortis. The body muscles will normally be in a relaxed state for the first three hours after death, stiffening between 3 hours and 36 hours, and then becoming relaxed again. However, there is considerable uncertainty in estimates derived from rigor mortis, because the time of onset is highly dependent on the amount of work the muscles had done immediately before death. So, rigor mortis is helpful but not an exact detector of time. The presence of insects in a corpse is a critical clue towards estimating the time of death for bodies in longer periods of time. Because flies rapidly discover a body and their development times are predictable under particular environmental conditions, the time of death can be calculated by counting back the days from the state of development of insects living on the corpse. After the initial decay, and the body begins to smell, different types of insects are attracted to the dead body. The insects that usually arrives first is the Diptera, in particular the blow flies and the flesh flies. The theory behind estimating time of death, or rather the post mortem interval with the help of insects are very simple: since insects arrive on the body soon after death, estimating the age of the insects will also lead to an estimation of the time of death.

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New Year’s Resolutions

January 23, 2008

I am a photographer and nurse. I want to combine both of these fields for my education in 2008. This is my New Year’s resolution. I will be glad to take your Forensic Nursing Program and Forensic Anthropology/Digital Age Progression Course.

Original Post:
January 17, 2007
I want to help make our world a better place to live as a Forensic Nurse. I see that you teach international law and global perspectives on forensic nursing both as part of your Forensic Nursing Program. This is exactly what I need to fulfill my goal for 2008.

Original Post:
January 15, 2008
My New Year’s Resolution is to be in remission from my cancer. Then, I will restart my Forensic Nursing Program. This will help me to keep my mind off my cancer. Wish me well.

Original Post:
January 10, 2008
For the Year 2008, I am making a resolution to follow in my mother’s footsteps. She is a Forensic Nurse. I will become one after taking the Forensic Nursing Program. I want to become a caring Forensic Nurse just like my mother.

Original Post:
January 7, 2008
My New Year’s Resolutions are
1. loose weight
2. get a more dependable car
3. clean my house from top to bottom
4. enroll in your Forensic Nursing program and complete it in 12 months instead of 14 months.
5. get a promotion
6. give some money to my favorite charity

Original Post:
December 31, 2007
I own a private Forensic Nursing consulting firm. We will try something new in 2008. We will expand our services to include digital age progression. Several of our Forensic Nurses will take the course in Digital Age Progressions Photography, which is a part of the Online Forensic Anthropology course.

I have a goal for 2008. It is to get a research job. The job I want involves a lot of nursing physiology. I will take an online Nursing Physiology class. I see that you call it Advanced Physiological Nursing. Once I finish this class, the hospital said I will be the ideal candidate for the job. This will allow me to make a difference in the world with research to help people avoid diseases and to help in finding cures. One of the side benefits will be a large increase in my salary. I will be better able to help my children in college. I will not have to work as many hours as I do now. My husband, my children and I can spend more time together. I better stop here (smile). But these are some of my goals for 2008.

I want to finish my BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree). I realize that it will take me more than one year to do so. Floor duty keeps me busy more than 40 hours each week. I will take it one step at a time. I already have my ASN (Associate of Science in Nursing Degree). My goal in 2008 is to start with one class and do well in it.

My New Year’s resolution is to finish my Forensic Nursing education and then start my MSN (Master of Science in Nursing).

Our police department will win the 2008 award for outstanding achievement. One way we intend to do this is by utilizing Forensic Nurses, utilizing your Forensic Anthropology course (especially your lessons and services in Digital Age Progression Photography), and utilizing your Human Osteology course. Thank you for allowing others to make suggestions and ask questions. And thank you for your suggestions.

My New Year’s resolution is to become a better Forensic Nurse in using my Nursing Health Assessment skills. I am rusty with these skills since I graduated from nursing school years ago. With my new career in Forensic Nursing, I will do better.

For 2008, my resolution is have all of my Forensic Nurses to become Professional Speakers. We do private Forensic Nursing consultations across the USA. I can achieve my resolution by having my Forensic Nurses enroll in your Professional Speaking class.

I am going to find a way for our Forensic Nursing team to reduce our paper work. I am thinking if I took one or more modules in your Health Care Informatics program, this will give me the foundation set up a computer-electronic Forensic Nursing department.

We want to reduce the drug abuse problem in our state. We will do this by having key nursing personnel enroll in your Nursing Pharmacology course and Forensic Nursing program. We may also consider your Health Promotion and Disease Prevention course.

My goal for 2008 is to obtain a triple certificate (Health Care Informatics and Public Health Nursing and Forensic Nursing).

We all at the _____ Children’s Hospital want to do a better job in providing care for our pediatric clients. We will require many of our nurses to take a continuing education course in Pediatric Nursing. We like the fact that you work with employers and students. We also like your flexible schedule in offering your course during every month during 2008.

The New Year’s resolution for 2008 is to stop many preventable crimes in _____, _____ (city, state). Please help us achieve this with your Patient Education and Counseling course, your Health Promotion and Disease Prevention course, and your Forensic Nursing program.

In 2008, I want to pass the NCLEX, and then become a Forensic Nurse. I will achieve this by taking your Online Instructor-Led NCLEX-RN(r) Review Course.

Original Post:
Saturday, December 29, 2007
My New Year’s Resolution is to take your Forensic Nursing program, get an “A,” and become a Forensic Nurse. I will finish your 14-month program in 12 months.

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SIDS, comment

January 23, 2008

It is very unfortunate for parents who have a child die from SIDS. In the state of Nevada, which is where I am from, there is high rate of methamphetamine use, which is also linked to SIDS when used during pregnancy. Definitely, positioning the infant on the back is the preferred position choice that pediatricians now recommend. Some parents, who have had this unfortunate experience, choose to use apnea monitors for future infants. It provides them with reassurance and allows them to know if the child stops breathing at any given moment. It would be interesting to know if there is any kind of genetic link to SIDS. In my experience, I have known at least one parent who has lost 2 children to SIDS.

Original Post:
April 24, 2007
* SIDS is the sudden death of infants who are from 1 month to 1-year-old age. SIDS is a disease but the reason is unknown and it might be explained after performance of an autopsy, examination of the death scene.

* Most deaths from SIDS appear to the healthy infants often are between 2 and 4 months old.

A SIDS death occurs quickly and is associated with sleep. Infants suddenly turn blue, stop breathing, and become limp without crying or struggling.

* The cause of an infant death can be determined through a process of collecting information, conducting forensic tests and procedures, and taking with parents and physicians.

Health professionals use three subtypes of investigation in determining SIDS deaths are the autopsy, death scene investigation, and review of victim and family case history. Autopsy mostly finds the presence of congestion in lung, and the central nervous system demonstrates astrogliosis of brain stem and cerebellum.

SIDS is not:

– caused by vomiting, choking or infections.

– caused by tetanus vaccines or other immunization.

– contagious.

– child abuse

*More deaths are reported in the fall and winter and there is a 60-to 40- percent male-to-female ratio.

There are things that can be done to reduce the risk of SIDS.

– Parents must get medical care early in pregnancy within the first three months. Use good nutrition.

– Parents do not smoke nor use cocaine because tobacco or cocaine using during pregnancy increases the infant’s risk for SIDS.

– To prevent becoming pregnant during the teenage years. Researchers believe the SIDS rate is increased for babies born by teenage mothers.

– Parents must wait at least one year between the birth of a child and the next pregnancy.

– Parents place infants to sleep on their backs in a baby cribs with a firm mattress (not on a soft surface)

– Overheating or over-clothes the infant while he/she sleeps may increase the risk for SIDS.

– Breast milk decrease the respiratory and gastrointestinal infections which may decrease
the risk for SIDS.

* This is the worse tragedy parents can face. A tragedy, which leaves them with sadness and a feeling of vulnerability, that lasts throughout their lives.

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New Year’s Resolutions

January 17, 2008

I want to help make our world a better place to live as a Forensic Nurse. I see that you teach international law and global perspectives on forensic nursing both as part of your Forensic Nursing Program. This is exactly what I need to fulfill my goal for 2008.

Original Post:
January 15, 2008
My New Year’s Resolution is to be in remission from my cancer. Then, I will restart my Forensic Nursing Program. This will help me to keep my mind off my cancer. Wish me well.

Original Post:
January 10, 2008
For the Year 2008, I am making a resolution to follow in my mother’s footsteps. She is a Forensic Nurse. I will become one after taking the Forensic Nursing Program. I want to become a caring Forensic Nurse just like my mother.

Original Post:
January 7, 2008
My New Year’s Resolutions are
1. loose weight
2. get a more dependable car
3. clean my house from top to bottom
4. enroll in your Forensic Nursing program and complete it in 12 months instead of 14 months.
5. get a promotion
6. give some money to my favorite charity

Original Post:
December 31, 2007
I own a private Forensic Nursing consulting firm. We will try something new in 2008. We will expand our services to include digital age progression. Several of our Forensic Nurses will take the course in Digital Age Progressions Photography, which is a part of the Online Forensic Anthropology course.

I have a goal for 2008. It is to get a research job. The job I want involves a lot of nursing physiology. I will take an online Nursing Physiology class. I see that you call it Advanced Physiological Nursing. Once I finish this class, the hospital said I will be the ideal candidate for the job. This will allow me to make a difference in the world with research to help people avoid diseases and to help in finding cures. One of the side benefits will be a large increase in my salary. I will be better able to help my children in college. I will not have to work as many hours as I do now. My husband, my children and I can spend more time together. I better stop here (smile). But these are some of my goals for 2008.

I want to finish my BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree). I realize that it will take me more than one year to do so. Floor duty keeps me busy more than 40 hours each week. I will take it one step at a time. I already have my ASN (Associate of Science in Nursing Degree). My goal in 2008 is to start with one class and do well in it.

My New Year’s resolution is to finish my Forensic Nursing education and then start my MSN (Master of Science in Nursing).

Our police department will win the 2008 award for outstanding achievement. One way we intend to do this is by utilizing Forensic Nurses, utilizing your Forensic Anthropology course (especially your lessons and services in Digital Age Progression Photography), and utilizing your Human Osteology course. Thank you for allowing others to make suggestions and ask questions. And thank you for your suggestions.

My New Year’s resolution is to become a better Forensic Nurse in using my Nursing Health Assessment skills. I am rusty with these skills since I graduated from nursing school years ago. With my new career in Forensic Nursing, I will do better.

For 2008, my resolution is have all of my Forensic Nurses to become Professional Speakers. We do private Forensic Nursing consultations across the USA. I can achieve my resolution by having my Forensic Nurses enroll in your Professional Speaking class.

I am going to find a way for our Forensic Nursing team to reduce our paper work. I am thinking if I took one or more modules in your Health Care Informatics program, this will give me the foundation set up a computer-electronic Forensic Nursing department.

We want to reduce the drug abuse problem in our state. We will do this by having key nursing personnel enroll in your Nursing Pharmacology course and Forensic Nursing program. We may also consider your Health Promotion and Disease Prevention course.

My goal for 2008 is to obtain a triple certificate (Health Care Informatics and Public Health Nursing and Forensic Nursing).

We all at the _____ Children’s Hospital want to do a better job in providing care for our pediatric clients. We will require many of our nurses to take a continuing education course in Pediatric Nursing. We like the fact that you work with employers and students. We also like your flexible schedule in offering your course during every month during 2008.

The New Year’s resolution for 2008 is to stop many preventable crimes in _____, _____ (city, state). Please help us achieve this with your Patient Education and Counseling course, your Health Promotion and Disease Prevention course, and your Forensic Nursing program.

In 2008, I want to pass the NCLEX, and then become a Forensic Nurse. I will achieve this by taking your Online Instructor-Led NCLEX-RN(r) Review Course.

Original Post:
Saturday, December 29, 2007
My New Year’s Resolution is to take your Forensic Nursing program, get an “A,” and become a Forensic Nurse. I will finish your 14-month program in 12 months.

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Use of Magnesium Sulfate for Preterm Labor Can Have Potentially Lethal Consequences

January 16, 2008

Magnesium Sulfate has been used in pregnant women to help prevent preterm labor and delivery. It is also used in low doses in preeclampsia to prevent seizures. However, magnesium sulfate can be a very dangerous drug, even fatal, if given in too high of a dosage. In my experience, I have read stories about women receiving toxic levels of magnesium sulfate. As a result, the women went into respiratory arrest and died. This incident occurred because of a medication error made by the nurse. It should be understood by nurses who give patients magnesium sulfate to due so with caution. They should be educated on signs and symptoms of magnesium toxicity, which include, absence of reflexes, difficulty arousing the patient, respiratory depression, confusion, and cardiac depression. Lethal, as well as legal responsibility can be avoided with increased awareness of the potentially dangerous consequences of magnesium toxicity and overdose.

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New Year’s Resolutions

January 15, 2008

My New Year’s Resolution is to be in remission from my cancer. Then, I will restart my Forensic Nursing Program. This will help me to keep my mind off my cancer. Wish me well.

Original Post:
January 10, 2008
For the Year 2008, I am making a resolution to follow in my mother’s footsteps. She is a Forensic Nurse. I will become one after taking the Forensic Nursing Program. I want to become a caring Forensic Nurse just like my mother.

Original Post:
January 7, 2008
My New Year’s Resolutions are
1. loose weight
2. get a more dependable car
3. clean my house from top to bottom
4. enroll in your Forensic Nursing program and complete it in 12 months instead of 14 months.
5. get a promotion
6. give some money to my favorite charity

Original Post:
December 31, 2007
I own a private Forensic Nursing consulting firm. We will try something new in 2008. We will expand our services to include digital age progression. Several of our Forensic Nurses will take the course in Digital Age Progressions Photography, which is a part of the Online Forensic Anthropology course.

I have a goal for 2008. It is to get a research job. The job I want involves a lot of nursing physiology. I will take an online Nursing Physiology class. I see that you call it Advanced Physiological Nursing. Once I finish this class, the hospital said I will be the ideal candidate for the job. This will allow me to make a difference in the world with research to help people avoid diseases and to help in finding cures. One of the side benefits will be a large increase in my salary. I will be better able to help my children in college. I will not have to work as many hours as I do now. My husband, my children and I can spend more time together. I better stop here (smile). But these are some of my goals for 2008.

I want to finish my BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree). I realize that it will take me more than one year to do so. Floor duty keeps me busy more than 40 hours each week. I will take it one step at a time. I already have my ASN (Associate of Science in Nursing Degree). My goal in 2008 is to start with one class and do well in it.

My New Year’s resolution is to finish my Forensic Nursing education and then start my MSN (Master of Science in Nursing).

Our police department will win the 2008 award for outstanding achievement. One way we intend to do this is by utilizing Forensic Nurses, utilizing your Forensic Anthropology course (especially your lessons and services in Digital Age Progression Photography), and utilizing your Human Osteology course. Thank you for allowing others to make suggestions and ask questions. And thank you for your suggestions.

My New Year’s resolution is to become a better Forensic Nurse in using my Nursing Health Assessment skills. I am rusty with these skills since I graduated from nursing school years ago. With my new career in Forensic Nursing, I will do better.

For 2008, my resolution is have all of my Forensic Nurses to become Professional Speakers. We do private Forensic Nursing consultations across the USA. I can achieve my resolution by having my Forensic Nurses enroll in your Professional Speaking class.

I am going to find a way for our Forensic Nursing team to reduce our paper work. I am thinking if I took one or more modules in your Health Care Informatics program, this will give me the foundation set up a computer-electronic Forensic Nursing department.

We want to reduce the drug abuse problem in our state. We will do this by having key nursing personnel enroll in your Nursing Pharmacology course and Forensic Nursing program. We may also consider your Health Promotion and Disease Prevention course.

My goal for 2008 is to obtain a triple certificate (Health Care Informatics and Public Health Nursing and Forensic Nursing).

We all at the _____ Children’s Hospital want to do a better job in providing care for our pediatric clients. We will require many of our nurses to take a continuing education course in Pediatric Nursing. We like the fact that you work with employers and students. We also like your flexible schedule in offering your course during every month during 2008.

The New Year’s resolution for 2008 is to stop many preventable crimes in _____, _____ (city, state). Please help us achieve this with your Patient Education and Counseling course, your Health Promotion and Disease Prevention course, and your Forensic Nursing program.

In 2008, I want to pass the NCLEX, and then become a Forensic Nurse. I will achieve this by taking your Online Instructor-Led NCLEX-RN(r) Review Course.

Original Post:
Saturday, December 29, 2007
My New Year’s Resolution is to take your Forensic Nursing program, get an “A,” and become a Forensic Nurse. I will finish your 14-month program in 12 months.

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Nurses Charged with Criminally Negligent Homicide

January 14, 2008

When human fallibility leads a nurse to perform a medication error that results in a patient death some states are eager to take the nurse to criminal court with a charge of criminally negligent homicide. The argument is made that licensing boards made up of nurse peers allows a fair review by people who know standards of practice for nurses. The argument is further leveraged by advocates that say boards are in a better position to trend like mistakes and promote methods to decrease the mistakes in the future protecting the public.

The American Nurse Credentialing (ANA) follow this thought process by indicating they have a sharp focus to help protect the public. Another argument I feel is the strongest for not taking these cases to criminal court is the lack of “intent”. I firmly believe the nurse will feel extremely guilty and depressed over a med error she committed that resulted in patient injury or death. The majority of cases would not be able to find intent by nurse. The court systems are very slow to bring cases to court where the board of nursing moves more swiftly toward resolution. So it does seem reasonable that nurses be reviewed by a board of their peers in my opinion.

A second argument for have the nursing board review cases is their knowledge of the Nurse Practice Act which clarifies the scope of nursing practice for specific states. This document is not entirely consistent in content or interpretation through out the United States. A board of nursing that is familiar with the document would allow more efficient and consistent application of the nurse practice act. If a board of nursing found the nurse has over stepped the scope of practice it would be their duty to have the case reviewed by the state Attorney General’s office. The review by the nursing board would help clarify the nurse actions in relation to nursing standards and decrease the burden on the court system.

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New Year’s Resolutions

January 10, 2008

For the Year 2008, I am making a resolution to follow in my mother’s footsteps. She is a Forensic Nurse. I will become one after taking the Forensic Nursing Program. I want to become a caring Forensic Nurse just like my mother.

Original Post:
January 7, 2008
My New Year’s Resolutions are
1. loose weight
2. get a more dependable car
3. clean my house from top to bottom
4. enroll in your Forensic Nursing program and complete it in 12 months instead of 14 months.
5. get a promotion
6. give some money to my favorite charity

Original Post:
December 31, 2007
I own a private Forensic Nursing consulting firm. We will try something new in 2008. We will expand our services to include digital age progression. Several of our Forensic Nurses will take the course in Digital Age Progressions Photography, which is a part of the Online Forensic Anthropology course.

I have a goal for 2008. It is to get a research job. The job I want involves a lot of nursing physiology. I will take an online Nursing Physiology class. I see that you call it Advanced Physiological Nursing. Once I finish this class, the hospital said I will be the ideal candidate for the job. This will allow me to make a difference in the world with research to help people avoid diseases and to help in finding cures. One of the side benefits will be a large increase in my salary. I will be better able to help my children in college. I will not have to work as many hours as I do now. My husband, my children and I can spend more time together. I better stop here (smile). But these are some of my goals for 2008.

I want to finish my BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree). I realize that it will take me more than one year to do so. Floor duty keeps me busy more than 40 hours each week. I will take it one step at a time. I already have my ASN (Associate of Science in Nursing Degree). My goal in 2008 is to start with one class and do well in it.

My New Year’s resolution is to finish my Forensic Nursing education and then start my MSN (Master of Science in Nursing).

Our police department will win the 2008 award for outstanding achievement. One way we intend to do this is by utilizing Forensic Nurses, utilizing your Forensic Anthropology course (especially your lessons and services in Digital Age Progression Photography), and utilizing your Human Osteology course. Thank you for allowing others to make suggestions and ask questions. And thank you for your suggestions.

My New Year’s resolution is to become a better Forensic Nurse in using my Nursing Health Assessment skills. I am rusty with these skills since I graduated from nursing school years ago. With my new career in Forensic Nursing, I will do better.

For 2008, my resolution is have all of my Forensic Nurses to become Professional Speakers. We do private Forensic Nursing consultations across the USA. I can achieve my resolution by having my Forensic Nurses enroll in your Professional Speaking class.

I am going to find a way for our Forensic Nursing team to reduce our paper work. I am thinking if I took one or more modules in your Health Care Informatics program, this will give me the foundation set up a computer-electronic Forensic Nursing department.

We want to reduce the drug abuse problem in our state. We will do this by having key nursing personnel enroll in your Nursing Pharmacology course and Forensic Nursing program. We may also consider your Health Promotion and Disease Prevention course.

My goal for 2008 is to obtain a triple certificate (Health Care Informatics and Public Health Nursing and Forensic Nursing).

We all at the _____ Children’s Hospital want to do a better job in providing care for our pediatric clients. We will require many of our nurses to take a continuing education course in Pediatric Nursing. We like the fact that you work with employers and students. We also like your flexible schedule in offering your course during every month during 2008.

The New Year’s resolution for 2008 is to stop many preventable crimes in _____, _____ (city, state). Please help us achieve this with your Patient Education and Counseling course, your Health Promotion and Disease Prevention course, and your Forensic Nursing program.

In 2008, I want to pass the NCLEX, and then become a Forensic Nurse. I will achieve this by taking your Online Instructor-Led NCLEX-RN(r) Review Course.

Original Post:
Saturday, December 29, 2007
My New Year’s Resolution is to take your Forensic Nursing program, get an “A,” and become a Forensic Nurse. I will finish your 14-month program in 12 months.

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Is myspace.com, really that popular? April 25,2007

January 9, 2008

I printed out this article several months ago. Having just now cleaned off my desk the article has resurfaced. Myspace is quite popular with all ages. When utilized as initially intended, it is a great way to keep in touch with friends, family and associates. Myspace enables us to present ourselves to the public. The web site is user friendly and allows you to create dynamic presentations. I would however, like to foreworn all users to proceed with caution when personalizing their Myspace website. If the website is not set to private, anyone wishing to do so can view your Myspace. All your personal information that is placed on the site: name, address, age, pictures; are all accessible to anyone. Although Tom, the Myspace creator, has set an age limit for users, this is easily bypassed by lying about your age. I personally have a Myspace and enjoy looking at other Myspace sites. My son also has his own site. He is under age. I have access to his site and every so often will view it to make sure the content of the site is appropriate. I am writing this to help prevent violence against children, women, and men.

Original post April 25, 2007:
It seems now a days, the well-known Internet site http://www.myspace.com , is becoming more of a place for sexual predator, nudists, and drug dealers rather than a place for social networking. Recently in the news here in Jacksonville and Neptune Beach, Florida, there has been several crackdowns on sexual predators posing as under aged juveniles, attempting to engage in sexual activities with minors. There was an incident where an over aged man, got to engage in a gradual conversation with a under aged boy. The over aged man told him, he would have to meet his “older brother” first, for his approval. Well to find out, the over aged man, attempted to have sexual encounters with this male. Luckily the younger boy was able to beat him off and report it to authorities. Not everyone is as lucky though. Neptune Beach police officers on a regular basis set up undercover stings to catch sexual predators and offenders to catch them in a violation. Recently there has been a lot of news about the popular social networking going on in the website. Questions have been raised tremendously about safety risks for its many teen users. Also the possibility of identify theft. There have been several other different issues that have risen from Myspace.com. There are actually young girls running away to meet these guys that they have met on this Internet site. Some have come up missing and some have been beaten, raped or molested. Several companies are bringing forth a new policy about Internet usage due to the fact that they spend a majority of their time surfing Myspace.com rather than doing their job. A big institution in Duval county, Baker county, and Nassau county, here in Florida are among the new comers that have fired, or suspended several of their employees. Most of these employees were city or government officials. I personally do have a Myspace account to keep up with current friends and friends from high school, college, or family out of town. There is a lot of spam or junk mail that does come across each screen name. There are a lot of sexual offenders that take advantage of young users and know exactly what they are doing. Most parents do not understand the use of Myspace.com. Although there is an age block when initially signing up for the service. However if a teenager or child sets up the account, they can easily not check the appropriate age. Forensic specialist, local law enforcement, lawyers, attorneys and child support team workers are working together to stop the solicitation of the sexual offenders. They are working together to find a way to be able to identify these users, and start a regulation for the offenders to identify themselves before creating an account. Several children and teenagers have been caught in using this website to identify themselves, as people who they truly are not. Myspace is helping and also trying to help authorities to stop these offenders, predators and people imposing to be who they are not and to mislead the community. Parents honestly do not know exactly what this website is about and what exactly the misfortunes it can lead in to. Families of runaways are helping as much as they can, to find their children and to put a stop to this web site. However there are other ones out there, for example- Hi 5. This website is very similar to Myspace. Authorities are setting traps to catch some of these users, and so far they are working pretty well. Forensic specialists have the ability to search and read all documentation throughout the screen names to help find out what exactly did happen and how it happened. This is also helping to find the runaway kids that are still out there.

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