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Seeing parents lose a child has changed what it means to be a mother

RE-posted from Helen Dickinson article in http://www.theguardian.com/healthcare-network/views-from-the-nhs-frontline/2015/may/18/seeing-parents-lose-a-child-has-changed-what-it-means-to-be-mother

I knew when I chose paediatrics as my career path that there would be difficult times and sometimes I don’t know how I cope… 721 more words

Helpful Stories

Which Are You? Lumberjack or Cargo?

By Ella Wheeler Wilcox

There are two kinds of people on earth to-day;

Just two kinds of people, no more, I say.

Not the sinner and saint, for it’s well understood,

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Everyday Heroes

Exploding Pumpkins, Cinder Blocks to the Chest, and a Few Life Lessons to Boot.

No one falls asleep in Jeffrey Wright’s high school physics class. Happy, crazy, and unpredictable are the words students use at Louisville High School to describe their teacher. 120 more words

Happiness

Helping newborns never gets old – a public health nurse’s story

Every parent remembers holding their newborn baby for the first time.

Often at that point, the worry sets in. What if something goes wrong?

Luckily, … 608 more words

Making A Difference

Everyday Heroes: Renee Christie

Hello there Knight Life followers, and to all the wonderful mothers (and fathers!) out there: Happy Mother’s Day! This very special ‘Everyday Heroes’ segment is all about celebrating hard-working, dedicated and caring Mums. 1,826 more words

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Quantify the Hard Knock Life

“What the hell, I am not 52.” Hass grumbles. “Haha OMG!” I tap tap tap his arm to make him look at my results, “It said I look 32! 173 more words

Homelessness

Congratulations to our CM Health cleaners

Now and then I come across a story of staff going the extra mile, whether it’s for their patients and colleagues or achieving personal and work milestones.  271 more words

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