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Be Yourself
August 28, 2013 7:06 AM by Mia Ross
My cousin is in her last year of nursing school. She asked me recently what she should be doing to make herself a standout candidate for a first job. Her fear and apprehension was so heavy that I felt it through the email. She's terrified because, like Read More...
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Five Ways to Avoid Distraction at Work
June 24, 2013 2:47 PM by Mia Ross
One overlooked endeavor of being a nurse is finding a way to avoid the gossip that permeates any and every hospital unit. Since I’ve started working, I’ve seen 300-bed hospital shrink to the size of one unit. I've seen a world reduce itself to the confines Read More...
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The Beauty of the Beginner
June 3, 2013 8:28 AM by Mia Ross
I’ve started to lose sight of my beginner’s eyes. When I first starting my new job, the learning curve was steep. I knew nothing about working in the OR. It was like watching a new and dramatic movie unfold every single day, everything enchanting and Read More...
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Managing the "In Between"
December 12, 2012 11:40 AM by Alexandra Cosan
Our unit is currently in a state of "in between." Every week we receive more medical oncology patients, but somehow still manage to fill beds with the classic thoracic surgery or other complicated surgical patients. On any given day one can find one third Read More...
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