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Or at least, that’s what has been assumed. I started having symptoms on March 10. It started with a runny nose, a headache and general malaise (feeling generally weak or tired, for you non-medical folk). This was following a rather social weekend, so it made sense...

I’ve always been a bit of anxious person, which may be surprising to some, as I'm very outgoing. But, when it came to tests in nursing school, I would shake my way into the exam hall. When it came to being floated to a different...

If you are sitting in a room of 6 couples, statistics show that approximately 1 of these 6 couples will have some experience with infertility, yet this topic is so “hush-hush”. Why? Of course, it’s an extremely personal process to have to endure, but the...

"Your work is going to fill a large part of your life and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. The only way to do great work is to love what you do." — Steve Jobs --- Working...

BUSY. There’s a word for it! Working in med/surg is wild. There’s never a dull moment, which allows for incredible learning opportunities and experiences. Now, this entirely depends on the type of floor you’re working on, your hospital’s policies and your governing nursing body or union;...

Nursing is a profession where we give ourselves to others. On occasion, we give more than we have to offer. As a new grad RN, I had some trouble finding the balance between offering myself enough #selfcare on my days off. I found it difficult...

A nurse is one who opens the eyes of a newborn and gently closes the eyes of a dying man. It is indeed a huge blessing to be the first and last to witness the beginning and end of life. - Tori Hamilton First off, good...