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BSN, RN, Faith Community Nurse
Articles, devotionals, poetry and recipes!
Hospice care happens at home, in the hospital and in LTC facilities. In the 3 case studies described, the author discusses different focuses for patients and families who are referred to hospice.
A nurse in Germany was convicted of killing 85 people who had been in his care. This article summarizes the story and examines ways we can avoid staying silent when we need to speak out.
Change comes to us all. In the nursing profession, it can be particularly challenging to accept and adapt to change over time. In this article, the author discusses possible strategies.
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” The standard question from grown-ups to kids always elicited the same response from me, starting at age 4, “A nurse!”
Luisa Carvajal, is a GN. As she prepares to start her first job, she took a few minutes to discuss her personal story and her aspirations in nursing.
In this article, the author describes the contagion, signs and symptoms and steps to take.
Last week Washington State Senator Maureen Walsh made comments that have elicited a strong response from nurses across the country. This article discusses the comments and invites nurses to use it as …
The author describes a typical day in her life as a Parish Nurse. If you ever wonder what a PN does, this article may help you learn more!
A medical mission trip is something a number of nurses wonder about doing. In this article the author shares her personal experience.
Having a good attitude is key. In this article, the author explores two different approaches to nursing and encourages us to continue to be our very best.
The author presents some of the current issues in today's nursing profession including nurse/patient ratio, living wages, bureaucracy, positive mentoring, and discusses possible ways to address them.
In this article, the author interviews Rosalee Sites, a nurse who has been part of the changing landscape of nursing over the years.
The author shares that the secret to renewal and refreshment during this Holiday Season may be giving more!
After the shooting at the Pittsburgh synagogue, nurses, some of the Jewish, took care of the perpetrator. This article discusses our Code of Ethics and our professional care of all people.