#FanGirl

So, I’m a fan girl. Not one of those crazy girls chasing around Justin Bieber, or attending every concert of my favorite band. But a social media nurse personality fan girl. These four nurses have brought so much laughter, wisdom and influence not only into my blogging, but into my nursing career from reading and watching their … More #FanGirl

Gratitude for Nurses

The Joyful Nurse is wishing you and your families the very best Thanksgiving. Give thanks. Enjoy your family. Know that you are appreciated. Nursing is an art: and if it is to be made an art, it requires an exclusive devotion as hard a preparation, as any painter’s or sculptor’s work; for what is the … More Gratitude for Nurses

Kari’s Journey Coping with Infertility

I am honored to have my friend Kari as a guest blogger today. Are you a nurse working in women’s health or OBGYN? Check out Kari’s story from a patient’s perspective… Single. Young Professional. Student. Married. Patient. Friend. Sibling. Daughter. Christian. Parent. Statuses that we disregard each and every day but think of when feeling … More Kari’s Journey Coping with Infertility

My Infusion’s Crusin’

“My infusion’s crusin’” is a typical phrase heard in the Infusion center. It’s used in RN hand off report to say “this patient is doing good, no worries.” According to Discover Nursing an Infusion Nurse “give[s] patients medication and fluids via injection. They monitor patients, manage their tubing, maintain arterial catheters, and stay aware of potential … More My Infusion’s Crusin’