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Can Nurse Annie Call Me Back Please? (A typical day in the clinic.)

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by spotangel spotangel, MSN, RN (Member) Member Writer Expert Nurse

spotangel is a MSN, RN and specializes in ED,Tele,Med surg, ADN,outpatient,homecare,LTC,Peds.

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Clinic nurse in Primary Care. First responder to every emergency, counselor, friend, advocate, warrior, mom, expert for both clinical and nonclinical issues, clinical lead, form filler, triage nurse and complex care coordinator. A typical day in the clinic. You are reading page 3 of Can Nurse Annie Call Me Back Please? (A typical day in the clinic.). If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

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Nurses always make a different in one's life. Thanks you for writing this article 

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There is no doubt that Nursing is one of the most inspiring and fulfilling careers ever created. However, some of them do not feel fulfilled being a nurse all day at work. Discouragement, disappointment, failure, and setbacks—these are all things that they have to deal with at some points in their lives.

Working as a nurse means signing up to a life that barely pauses. While nurses are strong and hopeful people, challenging times frequent and nurses find themselves exhausted and needing encouragements to pick them up.

If you feel like what you are contributing to this world is not significant, remember that your work as a nurse is essential in making this world feel like home especially for people needing refuge.

Spotangel, your representation of your journey thru a day at work is wonderfully depicted here. Congratulations for picking such a great professional and leading it successfully.

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Most of the time the nurses don’t get appreciated; instead both supervisors and subordinate find faults in them. What they do is never enough. There is always leftover work for the next day. Should anything go wrong, nurses are the one to take blame.

They deserve a lot of applause for their dedication and hard work. They take care of human lives from the first breath to the last and that’s a huge responsibility done with sacrifice, care, understanding, professionalism and compassion. They deserve more.

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