I woke up this morning feel defeated. The last few weeks things have been a bit rough.
How do you do it? It’s a question I get asked all the time about my job.
As a nurse, there are weeks of work where I don’t sit longer than to quickly shove down my lunch down and to speedily chart.
Recently I was talking with someone who doesn’t know me very well and they asked if I see myself in oncology nursing for the rest of my career.
The patient walked into the clinic for fluids. It had been a few months since I had that feeling in my gut.
This is a guest blog from Erin E. She currently resides in Grand Rapids, MI with her family where she works on an inpatient oncology unit.
2014 has just a few short hours left. How is that possible? Where did the time go?
It was just a short three years ago that I experienced it for the first time, and I was one and a half months into my nursing career.
I’m presently watching the 60 Minutes special on Ebola, listening to nurses who took care of Thomas Duncan and hearing about their experiences caring for the first patient diagnosed with the Ebola virus in the United States.
Dear Breast Cancer Patient,
Since I first wrote to you a lot has happened.