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  • re: In Oncology, Every Day Counts

    Oncology is very dear to me not just for working on the unit in my previous years, but having a family member who had cancer last year. &nbsp;My brother-in-law which is my sister&#39;s husband told the whole family that he had prostate cancer and one tumor that he had was aggressive. &nbsp;So, he had major surgery and he was out of work for a ...
    Posted to New to Nursing (Weblog) by Carly Moore on January 17, 2017
  • re: In Oncology, Every Day Counts

    I have worked in the oncology unit as a volunteer and it is a very interesting and rewarding unit. &nbsp;The oncology unit is rewarding in that we are helping these people feel better each and everyday. &nbsp;We are also giving them love and respect; even when they are not feeling well. &nbsp;We bring them the sun and help them to enjoy their day ...
    Posted to New to Nursing (Weblog) by Carly Moore on December 19, 2016
  • re: In Oncology, Every Day Counts

    Oncology nursing is one type of nursing specialty that has really opened my eyes to a lot of things. &nbsp;I volunteered on the oncology unit and before I wanted to be in that unit, I was so scared. &nbsp;I thought that it would be this sad unit, but I was totally wrong. &nbsp;The unit was uplifting with pictures of patients who conquered cancer ...
    Posted to New to Nursing (Weblog) by Carly Moore on November 18, 2016
  • re: In Oncology, Every Day Counts

    Oncology is a very hard, but very rewarding nursing field to be in. &nbsp;I remember when I was in the infusion unit part of the oncology unit, I had a great time learning about all of the IV medications and Chemotherapy too, but I also learned how the nurses took their time to talk to the patients as well. &nbsp;Medicine is not just giving ...
    Posted to New to Nursing (Weblog) by Carly Moore on October 19, 2016
  • re: In Oncology, Every Day Counts

    I have worked in the oncology unit at my local hospital in Reston area. &nbsp;I also have worked in the inpatient unit and outpatient unit as well when I worked in the oncology unit. &nbsp;The impatient unit for oncology is a nice unit because it helps clients who have cancer recover well. &nbsp;The outpatient unit for oncology that I worked at ...
    Posted to New to Nursing (Weblog) by Carly Moore on September 14, 2016
  • re: In Oncology, Every Day Counts

    Being an oncology nurse can be hard, but there are people who have the gift of working in that particular area or specialty. &nbsp;My friend worked as an oncology nurse for years and she loved what she did. &nbsp;She worked and worked and the one thing that she enjoyed was keeping her patients comfortable. &nbsp;She loved doing palliative care. ...
    Posted to New to Nursing (Weblog) by Carly Moore on August 23, 2016
  • re: Gender & Salary in Nursing

    Thank you for having this forum posting. &nbsp;It is important to discuss salary in the nursing profession. &nbsp;In Virginia, a nurse makes good money here, but it depends on where you work. &nbsp;Some places pay very well while others do not pay well. &nbsp;It all depends on experience and what type of nurse you are; although CNA&#39;s can make ...
    Posted to ADVANCE Perspective: Nurses (Weblog) by Carly Moore on July 17, 2016
  • re: In Oncology, Every Day Counts

    Thank you for using such strong words and for sharing your experiences with us all on this website. &nbsp;That was a very brave thing and I thank you for sharing your true stories. &nbsp;I know very well that everyday is a wonderful day and everyday is truly a gift. &nbsp;Every moment that we breath, every time that we can eat, every time that we ...
    Posted to New to Nursing (Weblog) by Carly Moore on June 22, 2016
  • re: Gender & Salary in Nursing

    Thank you so very much for your article. &nbsp;It is very interesting and very true. &nbsp;I do agree with what you are saying in the article. &nbsp;Thank you for your research and for writing such an important aspect in nursing today. &nbsp;Males and Females work together in the nursing profession as a cohesive group; therefore why should there ...
    Posted to ADVANCE Perspective: Nurses (Weblog) by Carly Moore on June 22, 2016
  • re: How Many Years of Work Experience Should Be on a Resume?

    Thanks for this great advice. &nbsp;In the achievements section it&#39;s also good to show results in your previous jobs - for example instead of writing &quot;Work well under pressure&quot; you can write &quot;worked under pressure to lead coworkers and continue to provide excellent patient care&quot;. &nbsp;
    Posted to The Healthcare Careerist (Weblog) by Carly Moore on January 5, 2016
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