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Sheena Maireen Saavedra, BSN, R.N.
24 POSTS 1 COMMENTSSheena Maireen Saavedra is a registered nurse since 2007. She is working as a general nurse in Ireland since 2016 but was a nurse in the Intensive Care Unit and Coronary Care Unit when she was in the Philippines. As a person who continually challenges herself to expand her skill set, she ventured into different fields of the medical world, which includes working as a Product Performance Analyst and Quality Analyst in Boston Scientifics Inc, a medical company that manufactures Class III implantable devices such as pacemakers, ICDs, and CRTs. In general, she enjoyed being a nurse as it helped her meet all kinds of people – which impacted her life the most as she listened to their stories of triumph and tribulations. The profession has created avenues for her to make a difference to somebody’s life. This inspired her to write materials, guides and stories that served as sources of inspiration and help to the world around her, in particular to her fellow sisters and brothers of the industry.
What would you do in this situation?
If you are a nurse, these things might resonate with you as well.
How can the Law of Attraction help nurses?
This incident with Nurse Wubbels made me reflect on some important matters that should be given focus on.
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?