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OKJTG1's Photo OKJTG1 Posts: 25
7/26/07 8:08 P

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Not an RT - but I have great respect for their patience with my patients.

By the way, why do so many RT's smoke - similarly with young nurses. particularly new LPN's - school stress???

" If it's worth doing, it's worth doing right"
-someone smart


 
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7/25/07 11:41 P

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I'm a social worker and do have patient with respiatory conditions, but I'm not dealing with the physical side of things. I would suggest that you create a new forum withing the all professionals team. I'm sure there are other out there. There are a lot of people who are in the physcial side of health care. I unfortunately am not one of them. This however would be my suggestion.


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Leanne

JESSICASMOMMY's Photo JESSICASMOMMY Posts: 16
7/25/07 10:10 P

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I was just looking back at all the posts and I don't see any Respiratory anywhere. I know your out there. I am from Jacksonville Florida and work for Mayo. I have been in the Field about 14 years. I would like to meet others like me here. emoticon

 
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