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Recently I spoke with other nurses about our personal experiences with hospitalization and those of family members, and the conversation turned to disappointment with nursing practice and nursing care.
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We hear a lot about therapy dogs that are specially trained to visit patients in the hospital. But I for one would want to see not just any dog but… 345 more words
By Jacob Molyneux, AJN senior editor
Here are a few recent posts by nurses that you might find of interest. As I put this together, a theme emerged, so it seemed fair to just go with it. 323 more words
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I entered the wall-less, thatch-roofed waiting area of the clinic with my right hand in a ball of bandages, taped to my chest. The airy space was almost empty, without nurses or even a receptionist.
As a “frequent flyer” of many doc offices in many different settings (large academic medical center, medium sized group practice with 8 – 10 docs, and small group practice with 1-2 docs) I have encountered more than my fair share of office staff and practice/office managers. 566 more words