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Never forget your "why"

My mission for this blog is to provide tools that nurses need to be more resilient at work, especially because of the challenging work we do daily. 335 more words


Can't we all just get along?

Are there days on the unit when you have a disagreement with someone and just want to settle a conflict like this?

Up to this day, conflict resolution and communicating effectively with others continues to be challenging. 622 more words


Psych nursing & the power of questions

I wanted to slowly delve into the “secret world” of psychiatric nursing… I say “secret” because I literally did NOT know ANYTHING about psychiatric nursing until I actually went through my… 491 more words


Will God Provide?

October, 2001

Dr. T., my manager, called me into his office. “Pam, I’m afraid I have some bad news for all of us. The parent hospital has decided to close this campus in the next few months because they are losing so much money at this facility. 1,207 more words

Christian Nurse

The Psychiatric Hospital

December, 1998 – New England, USA

I have now completed my first six months as a Nurse Practitioner in a 120 bed psychiatric hospital. I thank God for my boss, Dr. 619 more words

Christian Nurse

Hannah C. Biernacki, RN, BSN

Hannah C. Biernacki, RN, BSN, is a well-versed Registered Nurse who attends to patients as Intake Registered Nurse at Aurora Behavioral Health Care in San Diego, California. 183 more words

Aurora Behavioral Health Care

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Hannah C. Biernacki, RN, BSN, attended Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa, and was awarded her bachelor degree of science in nursing in 2012. She remains at the forefront of her challenging field via memberships and affiliations with prestigious professional societies and associations. 171 more words

Aurora Behavioral Health Care