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Being a Nurse Manager: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

New Kid on the Team
February 3, 2017 10:27 AM by Samantha Therrien
Starting a new job in a new place can be nerve wracking even for seasoned nurses like me. I'm working at a major hospital in the city that I grew up in, and I almost forgot what it was to go back to work in a hospital setting coming from a small, free-standing Read More...
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Mean Nurses, Where are Your Manners?
December 5, 2016 10:34 AM by Samantha Therrien
Every day in our nursing career we meet a lot of diverse types of people. But handling different types of nurses at work can be a dismaying task. It can be very challenging working with lazy, difficult coworkers who don't pull their weight. If you have Read More...
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Working with the Harried Doctor
September 6, 2016 8:51 AM by Samantha Therrien
Most nurses have heard stories or experienced how unpleasant some patients or their families can be. How about the doctors they work with? Almost everyone in the medical industry has a story to tell about how doctors harass the nurses, insulting them Read More...
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The Bitter Team
August 2, 2016 8:34 AM by Samantha Therrien
Every place I ever worked as a nurse/manager, there is always someone on staff that erodes morale, the employees who repeatedly slack off, talk back, or fail to complete tasks on time. Let's face it: we have all encountered this at some point in our career; Read More...
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Summer Madness, Vacation Challenge
July 21, 2016 8:28 AM by Samantha Therrien
Summer is here! Living in New England, our summers tend to be short, but so is staffing. For most of us, summer is a time of fun, relaxation and beach days. Many employees already have summer and vacation on their minds; after all, it's been a long winter Read More...
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