Dear Nurses Your are Appreciated: A Ballad by a Physician

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHwFuksUvYE Dear Nurses, Thank you. For doing what you do, and for doing it even when understaffed, exhausted, and set upon on all sides by the assembly line machinery of Healthcare 2.0. Thank you. For living up to the ancient Latin meaning of your chosen profession’s name, to nourish. Even when you yourselves go hungry on a shift with…

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Thank you Alice: Nurse Makes History Retiring At 93-Years-Old After Working For 72 Years

    Published on Jul 20, 2016 93-year-old Alice Graber has been patient her whole life. She just decided to finally retire after spending her entire career caring for others as a nurse.150 people came out to eat celebratory cake at her retirement party. Alice, born in Nebraska, landed her first job in 1944 after…

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6 Ways to Restore Your Nursing Resilience: An Interview with Phyllis

Publish Date: July 20, 2016 in Periop Insider by AORN written by Carina Stanton Nursing in the twenty-first century requires a new set of tools to go the distance, according to nursing Career Coach Phyllis Quinlan, PhD, RN-BC. “To have the vitality and resilience to practice nursing today, we need to pay attention so our insides…

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A Brooklyn, New York LPN Takes a Stand for Social Justice

  The now-iconic photo has since been hailed as a symbol for peaceful demonstrations against police brutality. It has also been likened to photos captured in past civil rights protests as well as one of the takeover in Tienanmen Square in China that captured a man staring down the tank. For Evans, the comparisons give…

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