Make your intuition work for you


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Ever get a hunch about a patient’s condition but can’t put your finger on why you feel the way you do? Perhaps it’s the way a fellow nurse reacts to your proposal, or a strange feeling that your supervisor isn’t happy with your charting. Not everything can be worked out with a pros and cons list. Much of working with people is following your intuition.

And not only do our bodies have a powerful language all their own, they’ve also got quite a lot to say about what we should do in certain situations. You know how this is, especially when you have to make a judgment call in a life or death situation!

Want to learn to use your nursing intuition to your advantage in your career? Check out these work-related examples of times when your stomach might sour or your body tenses, and learn how to uncover your natural intuitive abilities just by listening to your body’s physical cues.

Hospital Gossip
Speaking Up in a Meeting
Choosing or Changing Your Specialty
Going to HR

First, dealing with hospital gossip…

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