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"We felt like we were the only patient and family she had."

Congratulations to Krystal Noggle on being awarded the 2016 J. Martin Sparks Award for Bedside Nursing. One of her nominators shared this about Krystal:

Where can I start?

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Recognition

Time To Go Public

Just over a month ago I put in my official resignation at the prison. My boss and colleagues took the news well and proved to be very supportive of me moving on to the next big adventure. 512 more words

Africa

Healthcare: it's full of special people

I want to send a letter to the people of Saskatchewan regarding our health-care system.

My mother was taken to the Pasqua Hospital with a gallstone sitting on her liver. 144 more words

Regina (Saskatchewan)

Nursing Tip of the Day! - Pediatric Nursing

Category: Pediatric Nursing
Blunt trauma to the orbit may result in orbit fractures. The orbital floor is a common location for a fracture (called a blowout fracture). 32 more words

Nclex

Intro to physiology and pathophysiology posts

I have one other post regarding body functions (physiology) and dysfunctions (pathophysiology). I hope to write more in this area for my own understanding and for whoever else wants to read about this stuff. 803 more words

Nursing

NTUC Health's first nursing home uses technology to intensify rehabilitation

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: To allow residents to recover faster compared to conventional therapy methods, NTUC Health’s first nursing home at Jurong West makes use of technology to increase the intensity of rehabilitation for patients. 288 more words

Current Affairs

What you really need in a first-time baby registry - Part 3 (*Breastfeeding edition)

Most women I know, including myself, start out with the intention of wanting to breastfeed their babies. While this indeed becomes a reality for many, for several others these intentions become challenging catalysts for disappointment and depression, and a post partum phase that should otherwise be joyous after the birth of one’s baby, becomes stressful, tearful, and needlessly agonizing as it was for me. 967 more words

Baby Prep