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Rozzette Cabrera, R.N.
65 POSTS 0 COMMENTSRozzette Cabrera is a registered nurse pursuing her childhood dream of becoming a professional writer. She spent a few years putting her profession into practice until she decided to take her chances with freelance writing over a year ago. Her life has never been the same since then.
If you’re a veteran nurse looking for ways to welcome the younger ones or if you’re a new nurse about to be welcomed, here are some of the most commonly used medical pranks you should keep an eye out for.
We all know that nursing isn’t easy. Unfortunately, however, they didn’t tell us all the reasons why during our years in nursing school.
Working as a nurse is not easy. Aside from dealing with impossible patients and difficult doctors, you also have to cope with the demands of the job. With all these things, it can really be tempting to just say “I quit!”.
Despite these differences in perception, we can all agree that nursing is no easy job. On top of its physical demands, there are also a lot of things we have to give up for our chosen career.
Perhaps one of the most surprising lessons you’ll learn in the hospital is that not all patients tell the truth.
Because, frankly, nursing is more than what meets the eye.
The old adage of “so many things to do, but so little time” is not new for us nurses- and so is short staffing.
If you are struggling with these issues, here are three things you can do to get the best out of work and life.
Nurses face a lot of stress while working. Being underpaid and overworked frequently drive them to quit, look for another job or change profession. Without the right approach, hospitals can easily lose their best nurses.
Aside from missing lunch outs and movie dates, being friends with nurses is great.