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Frequently Asked Questions: Everything you wanted to know about the 5 West Blog website but were to busy (thanks to that 2nd admission) to ask.

Let the FAQ begin! 😉

What is 5 West Blog? 5 West blog is 5 West’s innovative communication board. Sort of a forum or diary online where 5 West staffers can have a place to unload and share with each other, as well as the world, what’s on their mind. Just a place to keep in touch. To be in the loop. To be informed. Click here to learn more.

How do I start a new discussion under a category? You can start a new discussion by submitting a “New Discussion Request” to the moderator. Just type in a comment on the “Suggestion Box“. Once reviewed for appropriateness, we’ll get the ball rolling.

Why are my comments not displayed as soon as I send them? Your comments are placed in a queue for the moderator to view before posting. If you comments meet media standards then they will be posted. Otherwise it will be stored under File 13 and you will never see it again, period. Please refer to our simple Rules of Engagement.

How do I submit a general question or request support? You can submit a question or request support by posting it under “Tech Support”. Just click on the “Tech Support” category and post your comment.

Who is Query Yoki? She is the 5 West mascot that discovered a cool new and innovative way we can communicate. Click here for an introduction.

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1. Richard Hemby - October 23, 2009

Hello!

Given the popularity and prevalence of twitter, I put together a list of 50 different nurses on Twitter that you can follow to potentially get some insight on their medical lives. If you wouldn’t mind, could you share my list with your readers?

Here’s the post:

http://blog.onlinecollegeguru.com/health-care/50-nurses-you-can-follow-on-twitter/

Many thanks!
Richard

2. Matthew Reed - June 30, 2011

Hi,

I write articles for http://lpntornbridge.org/, a website dedicated to providing students with the information and tools needed in order to pursue their LPN to RN program.

I ran across your site, and I thought that your readers might be interested in the latest article I’ve posted( http://lpntornbridge.org/2011/25-reasons-to-become-an-rn/ ). It’s called ” 25 Reasons to Become An RN”. If it’s something you find interesting and think that your readers would as well, I was wondering if you would possibly consider mentioning it on your site?
The Mental Health Nursing and Learning Difficulties Lecturer’s Tea Party

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments. I would love to hear any feedback you may have, so I can share it with our team. Thank you for your time, and I hope you enjoy the article.

Best,
Matthew Reed


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