Angie Felts ADN

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Angie Felts has 15 years experience as a ADN and specializes in Human Connection.

Angie is a registered nurse business owner and the author of Prognosis HOPE. She is passionate about bringing humanity back to healthcare through Care-Giver and Care-Seeker collaboration.

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  1. Thank you Sally! Sounds like you are too!
  2. I appreciate this article very much. We need to focus on the human being in front of us and their diagnosis or circumstances should not proceed them.
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    Prognosis HOPE: My Traumatic Brain Injury: Part 3

    You're welcome! Thank you for taking the time to read it!
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    Prognosis HOPE: My Traumatic Brain Injury: Part 3

    You are very welcome! Thanks for taking the time to read it!
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    Prognosis HOPE: My Traumatic Brain Injury: Part 3

    Thank you so much! I hope so too!!
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    Help Please!

    While I have not worked as a school nurse or in oncology, I have worked in many different positions over the last ten years. I have taken jobs for the experience, commute and pay rate. My advice for you is to take the position that works best for yo...
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    Charge Nurse in 6 months?

    Sounds like your employer cares more about covering their shifts than they care about you. Bottomline is YOUR nursing license will be in jeopardy if you make an error that impacts one of your patient's lives. By continuing to accept these shifts you...
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    Prognosis HOPE: My Traumatic Brain Injury: Part 3

    Thank you so much! I would love to hear your story too. I didn't become a nurse until I was 42. Anything is possible!! I would love to chat. : )
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    Prognosis HOPE: My Traumatic Brain Injury: Part 3

    Thank you so much! I hope so too!!
  10. Part 3: Prognosis HOPEBefore long I was married to the guy I had come back to California to live with. After only seven months I left that marriage and continued searching for what was missing in my life. That led to a second marriage that was also n...
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    MORALE

    A mass exodus typically is related to a team being upset about issues on the unit. They feel like they have two choices: find a solution or accept the environment. When they believe they don't have a solution or cannot accept the situation any longer...
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    Anything but Fine: My Traumatic Brain Injury: Part 2

    You're welcome. Thank you for taking the time to read my article. Glad you are ok and able to work. Do you have any deficits?
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    Anything but Fine: My Traumatic Brain Injury: Part 2

    Thank you for your comment. The emotional side of this was definitely worse than the physical. I am working on part three now. Stay tuned!
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    Anything but Fine: My Traumatic Brain Injury: Part 2

    Thank you so much. I hope by sharing my story it may touch someone who may also be struggling. As nurses, we are always stronger together than alone.
  15. For Part 1 of this story, read: In the Blink of an Eye: My Traumatic Brain Injury: A Three-Part Series Part 2: Anything but FineI will never forget the panic I felt on that morning when I tried to get up and could not lift my head off my pillow. My f...