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CFitzRN has 14 years experience as a ADN and specializes in L&D; GI; Fam Med; Home H; Case mgmt.

56 year old wife of 34 years and mom to 4 sons

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  1. A Kick of Gratitude

    And that, right there, is the peace of God that passes all understanding. That's exactly what it is. His word is truth.
  2. A Kick of Gratitude

    I am so touched by your story, especially how you turned to our Lord at the darkest moment possible and allowed Him to hold and heal you. I am so inspired. God bless you.
  3. One Nurse’s Approach to Discussing the COVID-19 Vaccine

    Oh look, more condescension. Imagine my shock.
  4. One Nurse’s Approach to Discussing the COVID-19 Vaccine

    The basic premise of this article is condescension. "We are right, they are wrong, so how do we make them do what we want?" And this is what I find with the gene-therapy pushing crowd. They won't consider any of the evidence that the gene therapy in...
  5. What's Your Best Nursing Ghost Story?

    (To Doc WorkADay) I had somehow missed this, but enjoyed reading your story. Without going into detail (which would take the better part of a week, undoubtedly), I am a practicing Catholic who has experienced what no one could deny was an encounter w...
  6. School Shootings

    Broken families cause far, far more damage than most people will admit. Sure, there are a bunch of us who came from divorced parents, blended families, childhood trauma, and we didn't turn into mass murderers, but along with the soaring divorce/singl...
  7. School Shootings

    I don't think there is any one singular cause of these shootings, but I believe one of the most obvious and stark causes is the breakdown of the family. Missing fathers and America's broken boys - the vast majority of mass shooters come from broken ...
  8. School Shootings

    Rhetoric like that doesn't help. There are something like 300 million guns in the US, so even if all law-abiding gun owners turned over their firearms, there would still be tens of millions of guns out there, and unarmed citizens would be at the merc...
  9. The Wrong Dose - A True Story of Medication Error

    The kinds of nurses who immediately shame another nurse, yell, make a huge deal out of a mistake, are the nurses I would fear the most. They are prideful yet insecure, and they have a clear need to lift themselves up by tearing another nurse down. I ...
  10. Whoa! That's really good. I'm guessing you have to be really good at IVs... I'd need some refreshing. :)
  11. Also, don't forget Nurse Case Management. Like Julie above, I work with clients on a Medicaid waiver program, but I work with medically fragile children. I oversee their aide or nursing services, respite, assist with coordination for needs such as DM...
  12. What's Your Best Nursing Ghost Story?

    I don't think you would bore anyone with your stories. This stuff is fascinating. The tall skinny thing in a dark open field in Minnesota is pretty freaky too, LOL. I love how this thread just keeps going... and going... and going...
  13. I work for a Case Management agency contracted by the state. It is called RHA Health Services - look for it in your area.
  14. i fall easily into this category and suffered greatly when I began my new grad position on the Labor & Delivery floor of my hospital. My inability to be perfect messed with my head really badly, and also made time management nearly impossible. I...
  15. Honestly, that sounds like one of the first levels of hell. There are most certainly any number of other nursing jobs you can get.