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by VickyRN

Context the web resource is the world's largest nursing online community, with... Read More

Midas' Touch daughter had a hard time enunciating that word word that touches a... Read More

I could NEVER do PICU!!

This blog post serves as an explanation of why my career as a PICU nurse isn't something to simply... Read More

The Blue Gown Syndrome

I am almost four years into my career as an ER nurse and now concurrently working through the... Read More

"Nancy" and Babs

On my way to work I usually got the "performance jitters" - you see, I was not the Nurse my... Read More

Shaving Cream & Expiration

I shaved a dead man today. I hadn't planned to. I'd planned to shave my patient. When I... Read More

No patient should ever feel embarrassed.

I’m such a dork now that I think about it but I love my job. The evening started off well.. We were... Read More

It'll be Alright. God's with them.

I have been an RN for 11+ years now. After 5 years of working in a rural small hospital, I thought... Read More

I Can See it When You Smile

every once in a while i have what amounts to be an awful night at work. the night started out a... Read More

Where I Need To Be

I work on a large acute care pediatric unit, and have come to love the kids, the families and my... Read More

Significant Others Requesting Euthanasia

by namzy

Four years ago, before I got admitted to a nursing school, I went to hospital at Intensive Care... Read More

How To Select Patients for your Student Clinicals

by jcaste

Student clinicals can be very stressful for students. Some clinical instructors will pre-select the... Read More

They Call Me The Swamp Nurse

They call me the swamp nurse. I work with male juvenile offenders ages 14-18. In Ochopee Florida where the alligators surround us and the lost swamp... Read More

One Man

Wrinkles adorned his face in all the right places that a man aged to his 70's should have. He didn't smile now, but lines around his mouth were... Read More

Learning a Life Lesson, The Hard Way

For me learning to strive for balance in my life is utmost important. I didn't know this when I finished my BScN in 3 years and rushed into my first... Read More

Family Centered Care in the ICU Through Open Visiting Hours


Nurses today have a unique challenge and opportunity to effectively balance the provisions of critical care on the acutely ill patient while also... Read More

Come on! Breathe!

So I've been at my new job for almost 3 weeks. I won't say that I like it. Truth be told, I hate it. I don't know anyone, so I can't be myself. I... Read More

In my prayers

In Emergency Medicine we don’t get the lovey dovey stuff so often with patients. We see patients at their worst. We try to get a big picture as to... Read More

Why nursing was for me...

Most people grow up having a clear understanding as to what they want to be in life. It is the norm to attend high school, move on to college and... Read More

Come On! Breathe!

so i've been at my new job for almost 3 weeks. i won't say that i like it. truth be told, i hate it. i don't know anyone, so i can't be myself. i... Read More

The Fixer: School taught me everything I know.

Working in a critical care field, Cardiac IMCU, has evoked many emotions from within me: fear, excitement, determination, and frustration. Looking... Read More

Candid Conversations With Families

I feel sorry for hospital patients. They are required to wear flimsy backless gowns and frequently subjected to invasions of privacy. I have been a... Read More

Technology's Impact on Critical Care Nursing

by saga

As a husband wife team of CRNA's, probably exposed to more Critical Care Nursing than most. Being in nursing x 40 years & advanced practice as a CRNA... Read More

That Day in the ER

I reported to clinical on time, and then went down to the ER to check in with the nurses. I had been here before, and knew most of my time would be... Read More

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