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Sheena Maireen Saavedra, RN
August 31, 2005. The ventilators and life-support monitors of Memorial Medical Center began blaring its alarms, conveying a message that it is now operating on its battery reserves and would need an immediate power supply fast.
Let's talk about compassion fatigue, the occupational hazard of caring.
Today, and moving forward, let us celebrate that nurses exists.
What do Nurses need to know about Zika virus?
Hey Prof, are you teaching your students or are you just humiliating them?
How do you deal with life, especially during those times, when the good and the bad happened to you all at the same time?
Research showed that there were lesser mortality rates within facilities that have more doctors and nurses on duty to provide immediate care during critical patient situations.
What would happen if humans would start delegating the task of communication and caring to technology?
We can break it down for you by incorporating these strategies to make an impact on them, let them remember you, and serve as an inspiration with their day to day life.
Let’s shine a light to the story of Kimberly Hiatt for a moment whose untimely suicide sparked numerous debates whether the penalty imposed for her after committing a medication error was justifiable or not.
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