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    Five Nurses on a Dark Mountain Road Doing What Nurses Do

    Five Nurses on a Dark Mountain Road Doing What Nurses Do

    One nurses's true story of a horrific accident that occurred on a winding mountain road, and the nurses who showed up to help.

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    Hospice
    Love: The Art of Caring for Terminally Ill Babies

    Love: The Art of Caring for Terminally Ill Babies

    A hospice and palliative care nurse shares her experiences on caring for pediatric patients-- both in the acute care environment and hospice environment, and the different options for parents, includi…

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    Hospice
    I have no words. I have a thousand words.

    I have no words. I have a thousand words.

    A typical day on a hospice unit, told by a nurse who recently left the ICU. A shift in mindset, balancing patient care with paperwork, and knowing at the end of the day what an honor it is to be a par…

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    Nurses
    "Nurse, Heal Thyself"

    "Nurse, Heal Thyself"

    A personal narrative of one nurse's journey to find the courage to leave an abusive marriage, rediscover her spirituality, and improve her own quality of life. This was sparked by her friend and spiri…

    21 replies
    Nurses
    The Light in Their Eyes

    The Light in Their Eyes

    Remembering the true meaning of the season as observed in a children's hospital

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    Nurses
    Lessons from the Free Clinic

    Lessons from the Free Clinic

    A call for compassion that goes above politics. Lessons learned from a nurse who volunteers at a free clinic on their day off

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    Nurses
    The Hardest Day, The Happiest Day

    The Hardest Day, The Happiest Day

    The process of how my dad coded and died, how we coped and the choices we made, and the process of donating his organs. This experience has put me in the shoes of patients who are facing tragedy and h…

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