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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Compassion Fatigue: Being Human in 2020
This week I considered discussing how orientation at my new facility went or how I’ve settled into my apartment, but I felt the need to discuss something on a more personal note. In the spirit of honesty, and much like most of you, I have struggled to cope with the events that continue to wreakContinue reading “Compassion Fatigue: Being Human in 2020”
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”
Life has been busy the last two weeks. I’ve been working hard here in Long Island alongside these brave men and women. I’ve explored the local park and discovered downtown Westbury. I finally found an apartment with a full kitchen and a washer and dryer in Queens, a luxury in the city. I also happenedContinue reading “Connecting”