The thing with health care is that there’s a million ways to do it, and it’s really up to you...There’s not one perfect way to become an NP.
Compassion might hurt, but it also heals.
After a long day of work, I was scrolling through my newsfeed on Facebook before bed (horrible habit, I know) and stumbled across the story of RaDonda Vaught. Maybe you're familiar with her, maybe you're not. In case you're not, here's the exact video that piqued my interest by Z Dogg, MD, a video/blogger physician:… Continue reading A Deadly Mistake: Thoughts on the Criminal Charges Against RaDonda Vaught
"Still loving the ED? I was actually hoping to hear your thoughts on working there. I'm currently in the ICU."
Jesus did not deserve to suffer for us, for me, for her, but yet He did without complaint. He left Himself exposed, willingly...Am I not called to do the same for others?
Growing up, one of the TV shows I was not allowed to watch was ER. My parents deemed it "too scary" for me. I was furious when my older sister was eventually allowed to watch. The irony, of course, is that now I am ER nurse...without ever having been influenced by the show directly. Most of my… Continue reading An ER Nurse’s Thoughts While Watching NBC’s ER
I'm very much learning that life is not just about reducing stress; it's also about embracing it.