aging1's Nursing Blog

By aging1

Joined Oct 28, '10. Posts: 25 (44% Liked) Likes: 72

The following are articles I have written and shared with the nursing community. If you enjoy an article please leave a comment and tell me what you think.

Ready to let go. But not right NOW.

I recently spent 45 minutes talking about death, and hospice, with my husband's sister in Maryland. Her mother -a delightfully quirky 91-year-old activist who still spends her days faxing her congressmen-just signed on with the local hospice. I'm a hospice nurse, by far the most rewarding work I've done in 35 years in the profession. I'm doing my best to help them navigate these new waters. I understand so well what she's going through-teetering on that invisible line between... Read More →


A Time to Die

I recently spent 45 minutes talking about death, and hospice, with my husband's sister across the country. Her mother (my mother-in-law)-a delightfully quirky 91-year-old activist who still spends her days faxing her congressmen-just signed on with the local hospice. I'm a hospice nurse, by far the most rewarding work I've done in 35 years in the profession. I'm doing my best to help them navigate these new waters. I understand so well what she's going through-teetering on that invisible line... Read More →



Nursing Jobs in every specialty and state. Visit today and Create Job Alerts, Manage Your Resume, and Apply for Jobs.

Top