Nurses Who Care

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With uncompromising honesty, Carol Gino strips the TV image to reveal the gritty truths of a nurse’s life, from it’s early, optimistic beginnings to the harsh realities – and incalculable rewards – that sustain her even in the face of a nurse’s greatest professional hazard: burnout.
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The Hopeful Healer5 days ago
Nursing is a work of heart!
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The Hopeful Healer1 week ago
What are your thoughts on preceptor programs? Are they a real solution for nurses? We had a buddy system when I worked in the hospitals 30 years ago, how are they different?
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The Hopeful Healer1 week ago
Don't sell yourself short. We are assets to the hospitals or wherever we work. We make the world a better place.
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The Hopeful Healer2 weeks ago
Still, we will miss having them with us...sending prayers for their loved ones.
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The Hopeful Healer2 weeks ago
You are worth the effort!
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The Hopeful Healer3 weeks ago
Thank you for all your responses on the previous post about self care in the workplace for nurses and care takers. It really got be fired up.

I found out some shocking statistics when I dug deeper into this topic. I hope you enjoy this quick video. Please comment and let me know your thoughts!

Please keep in mind I made a mistake when I said 500 thousand nurse students were turned away from nursing schools. It’s really 56000 students turned away. Here is the article: https://money.cnn.com/2018/04/30/news/economy/nursing-school-rejections/index.html
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