So much is changing in the field of nursing with the pandemic as a major driving force. How are hospitals going to keep up?
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On the Road Again
It certainly has been a while, and whew, what a while it has been. Who knew that in 2022 we would still be talking about COVID, vaccines, and the pandemic? After my last post I found out that hubby and I were expecting and had to take a step back from writing. It was aContinue reading “On the Road Again”
Sweet Home Carolina
Rolling hills, broad blue skies, green trees and grasses, friendly faces, comfortable routines, South Carolina has definitely a breath of fresh air after responding to the crisis in New York. Everything moves a little slower, it’s a little hotter, and sweet iced tea is the beverage of choice to cool off on a muggy summerContinue reading “Sweet Home Carolina”
Nursing in chaos and recovery
The light above the door begins to blink as the speaker in the hall starts its sharp unending march of tones. “I got it, you can turn it off,” I shout down the hallway as I push up out of the chair. First is the mask, I feel the straps dig into my cheeks, myContinue reading “Nursing in chaos and recovery”
So what’s a traveling nurse?
When I first decided to start travel nursing, I received a lot of questions from my family and friends. Where was I going? Was I moving and for how long? Would I keep my staff job? What do you mean travel nursing? I didn’t realize how mysterious travel nursing was, and even I had someContinue reading “So what’s a traveling nurse?”
Your first week as a travel nurse looks a little different than your first week at a new staff position. Every new assignment is different, from small details such as your badge to different charting systems that determine the workflow of your shift. After driving 12 hours, checking into my hotel, and grabbing last minuteContinue reading “First Week”
I sat in the break room in the early hours of the morning listening to the sound of the television behind me, my coworker came and set her food down on the table across from me. She pulled out the chair and removed her mask so she could eat, and I wondered, “Will I recognizeContinue reading “Unmasked”