madwife2002 BSN, RN

RN, BSN, CHDN
Member Member Expert Nurse
  • 4,777

    Content

  • 74

    Articles

  • 123,739

    Visitors

  • 1

    Followers

madwife2002 has 26 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in RN, BSN, CHDN.

I Have been a nurse since 1989, I have been very fortunate and I have had a wonderful career

madwife2002's Latest Activity

  • Joined:
  • Last Visited:
  1. madwife2002

    Death came to visit

    We have to be so strong when advocating for our loved ones! Sorry for your loss
  2. madwife2002

    Death came to visit

    Nutella a great insight-In 2000 my mother was diagnosed with a stage 4 uterine ca. The specialist said nothing they could do-too far gone and was not operable. My mother and I had talked for years about end of life care. I lived 5 hours away and wou...
  3. madwife2002

    Death came to visit

    Death came to visit Friday, it was not kind, and it was not peaceful for my friend's mom-it was hard, she struggled so much, her mind was ready, but her body fought her to the bitter end; causing trauma to her loved ones who stayed by her side so she...
  4. madwife2002

    EQ Versus IQ

    Can you give me the link to the studies I would be interested to read
  5. madwife2002

    EQ Versus IQ

    What is Emotional Intelligence (EQ)? | Psych Central Emotional Intelligence 2.
  6. madwife2002

    EQ Versus IQ

    Cowboyardee-it is indeed a good read It does say that EQ can be used for both good and bad, I am an advocate for EQ because my emotions can be detrimental to me in my position. I need to be able to function more effectively. Since using EQ in my work...
  7. madwife2002

    EQ Versus IQ

    Emotional Intelligence or EQ Emotional Intelligence (EQ or EI) is a term created by two researchers - Peter Salavoy and John Mayer - and popularized by Dan Goleman in his 1996 book of the same name. In the recent past it was always considered that IQ...
  8. madwife2002

    First Nursing Job interview

    Wear business clothes, closed toe shoes Shake hands with your interviewers-even if they don't offer their hands walk over and offer yours Take several resumes and hand to each interviewer If you do not know the answer to the question do not waffle on...
  9. madwife2002

    So is there really a nursing shortage?

    No nursing shortage just a shortage of good nurses
  10. madwife2002

    Wearing Scrubs Outside of the Workplace

    Just plain nasty!! I do not want to see anybody in their scrubs in the supermarket
  11. madwife2002

    "They" Who Are "They"?

    Sorry wasn't meant to say something so inappropriate-but I do see how it can be read that way
  12. madwife2002

    "They" Who Are "They"?

    Great comments thank you for reading and taking the time to comment-I can't argue with any of the issues you have raised because what you say are very real issues. I am not part of the operations I am purely clinical leadership, so while I do agree w...
  13. madwife2002

    "They" Who Are "They"?

    When I came into nursing, which was a long time ago now, I was part of the old cliche, which was to help people, I know a shocking concept in the ever changing world of healthcare. Never in my wildest dreams did I envision my self at the top of the l...
  14. madwife2002

    Relocating from Ohio to Florida

    I am considering relocating with my company from Ohio to South Florida What are the pro's and con's I hear traffic is horrendous and I would be doing a lot of traveling in my job
  15. madwife2002

    An Unexpected Twist

    It happened to me once many years ago, I so totally understand the feeling-The patients wife gave me a folded bill I tried reasoning but they were so instant when I looked it was $100 and I never felt so awful and horrible in all my life I left the m...