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by saracorbett saracorbett (New) New

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You are reading page 2 of NY Times story. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

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Thanks Sara! We all appreciate your efforts immensely. Great job!

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Baby, You're the greatest! Excellant piece of work......................

Thank you very much! :kiss Best wishes to you

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Your article was really to the point, Sara. Ironically this would be a GOOD day for a nurse.

One thing about the nursing shortage: there are plenty of nurses out there. Some are just not willing to put up with the unsafe conditions that the hospital administration and insurance companies have caused. Also hospitals would rather not hire skilled nurses or retain them due to their higher wage. That is why they are looking for foreign nurses and newly graduated nurses.

Keep up the good work.

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P_RN has 30 years experience as a ADN, RN and specializes in ORTHOPAEDICS-CERTIFIED SINCE 89.

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Sara, thank you.

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Congratulations and thank you. Well done!

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Thank you Sara!

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Congratulations Sara! It's a great piece!

Heather

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Congratulations!! Very nice indeed!

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nurseygrrl has 12 years experience as a LPN and specializes in HIV/AIDS, Dementia, Psych.

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Sara,

Congratulations and thank you. You truly captured what it feels like to be a nurse. That last sentence really got to me. I've been in that situation before. This is a beautifully eloquent piece...be proud of it!

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It is just to bad this article couldn't be published in newspapers throughout the country to enlighten our public. That added support could help us within our hospitals to initiate some change. Is that illlusions of grandeur, delerium, or what!!!

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OC_An Khe has 40 years experience and specializes in Critical Care,Recovery, ED.

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SARA

Kudos, well written. Please do more.

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I can only add my thanks to Sara. The article said it all. Job well done Sara lets pray that it has as much impact on the powers to be as it does with the nurses. Thanks agian JJ

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