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Hang in there new Grads and New Nurses it does get better..I PROMISE

by Morettia2 So I haven't been on this board for a while. I have been an R.N. for 1 1/2 years now, where I... Read More

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Oscar The Octopus

by Babs0512 One fine evening I lived what was to become one of my favorite humorous stories, I'd like to share... Read More

Nursing Student Days

by tropanium I was a very naughty student during my nursing college days. Does not follow the appropriate... Read More

New Supervisory Why?

by Lindsey McGraw After returning to school, becoming an R.N. I decided to dabble in the world of supervisory.... Read More

Restorative Dining

by Lindsey McGraw A concept has been put in place called Restorative Dining which is a practice to bring residents... Read More

Posterior View

by middypiegirl Nursing School is so fun. You are provided so many opportunities to hold back gags, laughter,... Read More

"That Crazy Old Lady Did It!"

by Ruby Vee When I started my first nursing job in the late 1970s, I was the very first BSN graduate hired at... Read More

The Case of the Missing Spoon

by gsu8696 The evening shift at the hospital, especially on the oncology unit was one of the most enjoyable,... Read More

Death Deny-ing Acts

by gsu8696 Most of us never forget our first experience with a patient's death. It usually makes a fairly... Read More

Funny Nursing Story: Ice Capades

by lindacoap Nursing goes far into my past so many funny things have happened during the course of time trudging... Read More

Today We Lay to Rest...

by Aneroo Today we lay to rest the husband of one of my coworkers. The news of his death haunts me, and brings back memories of my first patient having a major... Read More

The Male DR Nurse

by phatreecio Being an intern is a challenging experience. We have to rotate unto several wards and sections in order to be able to fully appreciate all the fields... Read More

Tommy: My special friend

by Lindsey McGraw Driving to work one day I was thinking to myself, "oh well another day, another dollar, going to work with the old folks." Reporting to my place of... Read More

What's That Smell? The missing diaper.

by growing777 I work as an RN in a busy Pediatric ICU. We take care of all kinds of patients, ranging from tiny babies to bulky teens. Several years back, I was... Read More

Baby Who?

by Lindsey McGraw One evening during an eight hour shift at my place of employment, a local nursing home, sounds of a resident yelling "help, help!" and "come quick!"... Read More

Sometimes, I'm Such a Moron!

by interleukin We usually post a sign at the head of the bed if a patient has a nickname. Someone had done so for my patient, Mrs. B. Her nickname was,... Read More

Patches: My non-compliance patient

by gsu8696 When you've worked in hospice as long as I have, there really isn't too much that a patient can do or say that surprises you. Most of the time,... Read More

Nursing Home Follies

by gsu8696 Working in a nursing home has never been something I was thrilled about doing. It was just never a place I wanted to practice nursing. But a friend... Read More

Head Bugs....

by NurseAlwaysNForever Working in the lock down unit at the first nursing home I ever worked at was always hilarious. Most of the funny things I have experienced as a... Read More

The Art of the Snappy Comeback or How to Render a Teenager Speechless

by NotReady4PrimeTime Although teenagers are considered pediatric patients by virtue of their age, they often behave in ways we wouldn't expect from a child. This article... Read More


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