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Disaster Nursing Education

Whether its working in a hospital or in the field, during a disaster or mass casualty event, nurses cannot function effectively and efficiently unless they have been prepared. 776 more words


Registered Nurse: Career Summary

Erin Henry is a registered nurse working in a fertility office. A registered nurse is one that helps patients check in to the hospital, gives prescriptions, helps with blood work, and can schedule appointments and answer questions. 648 more words


Toddler Weaning

Current Mission: Weaning Ezra from Breastfeeding

This is one of the most difficult things I have done. I let Keenan self-wean, at over 3 years old. 377 more words


My Breastfeeding tips for first time nursing mothers

Being a mother definitely marks a new chapter in a woman’s life no matter how many times she may find herself with child. And for me, this time around has been very different because it is my first time breastfeeding. 904 more words

Biblical Womanhood

Assignment #1 Recap- Bonnyville, Alberta

Hey blog readers!

In a week and a half I will have officially completed my first nursing contract in Bonnyville, Alberta! I have received a ton of questions about my contract and how it’s been going, etc. 3,645 more words

Blog Posts

Meaning behind Jobs..

Does the job you want to have have a big impact on you ? I think jobs that mean something to you is better to get into. 252 more words

Medical Career

appreciate the little things

Today I came home from my usual 12 hour shift (which usually ends up being a 14 hour day) on my oncology unit. To start my day off one of my patients was being RRT’d, for those of you who do not speak the medical jargon – RRT means rapid response team – meaning the patient was doing very poorly and needed to be escalated to a higher level of care. 460 more words