Boy, that was a fast two weeks!
For those who don’t follow me on Facebook, I’m a little slow on the computer front as I am recovering from Lasik – please excuse any typos that have made it through my blurry proof-read.
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Time to dive in….
The Muse, RN has heard “…why isn’t she a doctor?” once too often and she isn’t going to take it anymore! Check out her novel idea at Nancy Nurse, RN, MD? Boy, I thought I got hot under the collar; this makes me look shy and retiring! : D
The nursing profession is “graying”, but are you even remotely ready to retire? At The Millionaire Nurse Blog, Dr. Dean makes the case for preparing financially in Catch-Up Contributions: A Little Help for Graying Nurses – and Nurse Shawna!
Talk about a segue made in heaven! Meet Nicole, new nurse and blogger at Scrubs. In The Supportive Workplace, Nicole writes about the positive changes that her hospital has made to improve the health of the nurses.
Nurse Teeny has been through the health-system wringer, and wonders what it must be like for those who are not familiar with the system. See We Can Do Better at The Makings of a Nurse. (Hope you are feeling better, Teeny!)
NPs Save Lives pens a crystal clear essay on the need to keep APRNs in the healthcare reform discussion in A Nurse Practitioner’s Response to Incoming Senate President Mike Haridopolous’ Medicaid Tour, posted at The Nurse Practitioner’s Place.
The latest Insights in Nursing is up at, well, Insights in Nursing! Jamie Davis, myself, Terri Polick of Nurse Ratched’s Place and Lovlei McKinney of The Dog Ate My Care Plan discuss the latest nursing articles and news releases in Patient Care, Leather or Paper. Listen in and find out where post-op C-section patients have to clean their own rooms!!! Seriously!
That’s it for this edition! Many thanks to all who submitted and to you for reading!
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