Etiquette Answers for Nurses
We asked our amazing Facebook community why it is that we keep hearing the phrase “Nurses make the worst patients,” and we received a lot of feedback! If you are as curious as we were, keep reading and see what some of our fellow […]
With seemingly every other person sporting some type of ink these days, it’s clear that tattoos are becoming increasingly popular in the United States. In fact, according to this poll conducted in 2015, roughly three in ten Americans have one […]
Article originally published on Huffington Post by Sonja Mitrevska-Schwartzbach BSN, RN, CCRN, ICU Nurse. Bibliophile. Caffeine Addict. Eternal Optimist. ___ I recently read the psychological definition of the term “resilience.” Somehow it struck me — not only as a nurse, but as a […]
If you suffer an on-the-job injury, obtain treatment as soon as possible. That doesn’t mean stopping by employee health on your way out the door after your shift. It means stopping what you’re doing, notifying your supervisor and seeking medical care immediately.
The nature of the job forces nurses to encounter people from all walks of life with varying personality traits and demeanors. That can be very gratifying but sometimes extremely difficult, especially if you’re dealing with a personality that clashes with your own…