Category Archives: Nursing

Conversational Blogging for Professionals

In a fit of nostalgia for ye olde Muse Medicine, and because I clearly don’t have enough to do with my time, despite the 90 hours a week I put into this PhD program and the family who likes to … Continue reading

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PhDepression

So I went into a PhD program this semester, and through a combination of luck and skill and the kindness of strangers was awarded a fellowship, funded by the NIH, to train as a life course scientist. Basically, they are … Continue reading

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Countdown to BSN

That’s how long I’ve got to finish up everything for my Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing. The list of things to do by then: Major assignments: CLAS assignment (2-3 pages, single-spaced, referenced) Human Relations Final Paper (4-5 pages, single-spaced) Scheduling … Continue reading

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Empathy and Authenticity

I work in an environment where people fear for the lives of their children.  Needless to say, a job where people genuinely (and sometimes rightly) are afraid for the lives and well-being of their children, can sometimes be emotionally exhausting. … Continue reading

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What’s Pink and Sweet and Warm All Over?

A healthy newborn baby, of course. Step one, on my plan to rule the worl- *cough* – er, I mean to become the greatest newborn nurse in the world has been completed. I finished the NCC nursing specialty certification exam … Continue reading

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