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Breaking Bread in the Breakroom

Breaking Bread in the Breakroom

by DontStealMyPenRN - As nurses, we are challenged to embrace the human qualities of our patients that often become buried underneath a slew of tasks or "to-do" lists. It becomes easy to dismiss the emotional needs of...

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by BizzyBeeNursing - Today’s post is a two for one special! This week I decided to take a weekend getaway to Charlottesville, VA. But there’s one major problem. I’m still in grad school! One great thing about being in an...

Stop the Silence...Violence Against Nurses

Stop the Silence...Violence Against Nurses

by JanineKelbach - Violence in the workplace is higher in nursing than most other fields of work. Have you ever been attacked by a patient? What are our rights as nurses? I share my story and some insight for you, as...

I Gotta See If He Is Dead!

I Gotta See If He Is Dead!

by spotangel - I had a strange sense of anticipation as I walked in. Working as a perdiem Nursing supervisor(Assistant Director of Nursing) in a busy hospital, I had strongly felt that I needed to put myself down...

Clifton Joullian- The Nurse Farmer

Clifton Joullian- The Nurse Farmer

by smatacale - Clifton Joullian is The Nurse Farmer. He is an innovator who has intertwined his career as a nurse and a passion through helping others through farming. His story is fun and encourages us all to...

A Pleasurable Plan for Retirement

A Pleasurable Plan for Retirement

by Carol Ebert - Welcome to installment #16 of the A to Z for a Rocking Retirement. P = PLEASURE. When I think about what retirement looks like (now that I have partially stepped into it) I think of PLEASURE. After...

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