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What We Do Not Learn In School

It was as if the universe conspired to get me working on my dream job after going through a huge... Read More


The Patient I Failed

I met her one Tuesday night, and spent that night pouring Jevity into her tube, only to suction it... Read More

Rocking Camille

Stepping into my clogs and starting my shift in Labor and Delivery always brings a sense of... Read More

The most beautiful curls I'd ever seen

You were beautiful when you arrived in my PICU, despite the fact that you were so ill. All of 5... Read More

We are so lucky....

i am currently on a one year assignment in east africa. the conditions in which the people live... Read More

John Doe

Working 7p-7a, what is on our minds at 6a? Our cozy, warm bed and counting sheep. This was what I... Read More

Inspiring Patient Story-Why we do what we do!

As nurses, we all have those days, weeks, maybe months, that get really stressful. Sometimes, those... Read More

"Us" and "Them" ... It Could Mean Trouble

:nurse: "US" and "THEM" :rolleyes: IT COULD MEAN TROUBLE :argue: The more I think about... Read More

One World

My first love was writing. This I discovered during intermediate school. Looking back, I think... Read More

Patients who have changed our lives, good or bad

May 13, 2002. A patient was wheeled into a private room accompanied by a female companion named... Read More

What I Love About My Job

What I love about my job. 78 years. That's it. That is the average life expectancy at birth in the United States. Doesn't seem like enough time to... Read More

Patients Who Have Changed My Life

Tammy. A Ray of Sunlight. I am a paediatric nurse, and a patient that comes to mind who had a huge impact on me is a little girl called Tamara.... Read More

"I'm Leaving You Here....."

I graduated nursing school in August of 2005 and went straight to work at a local nursing home. I had never intended on becoming a nurse,... Read More

Patients who have changed our lives

Iíve been an LPN for 13 years and just graduated with my ASN this past May. Iíve been wracking my brain trying to find that one patient or patients... Read More

The Little Old Lady

It had been a rough day, and I had to be out of work at 3:30 because I had clinical that evening. I was doing the usual end of shift vitals when... Read More

Remember the days before my death

As a usual night shift, I was taking handover from my co-worker from previous shift. She continued her patient reporting, and I was being attentive... Read More

Did you hear me?

written monday, may 29th 2006 after working all night in an inner city chicago emergency department. i entitled it: did you hear me? did you... Read More

My First Day with a Wonderful Lady

My fortieth birthday present to myself was to begin pre-requiste classes to obtain entry to nursing school.January 2007 marked my admission into... Read More

A Patient Who Changed My Life

I teach second semester nursing students med surg on a 36 bed oncology unit outside Boston. I always ask the nurses on who would be good for a... Read More

One Patient that changed my life

She was evil. The devil incarnate. Meaner than a rattlesnake. She had active MRSA, dementia, and was in for cellulitis. She threw four nurses,... Read More

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