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Messaggioda Ian Aldington » 22/05/2020, 5:39

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Health Hats: Not out of high school. But also, you're a person who's received a lot of nursing care and it. By experience, so I'm a nurse, too, and my experience was that people in school seemed so focused on the skills of nursing that they didn't really. It took a while to appreciate the recipient of nursing care and what they were going through. But here you were somebody who has been part of the medical system all your life and has seen both good and bad nursing birthday hat for dogs care. And so how was that being in school, having that perspective which might have been unique of the students.

You have to build relationships and rapport with your patients and their families. I wasn't comfortable talking about it with everyone I took care of. But you form those relationships and those bonds where maga hat for sale you feel comfortable talking about yourself. I did feel that once I did create that more trusting relationship that I could talk to a patient. Especially a teenage patient who the last thing they want to do after open heart surgery is their incentive spirometer or getting out of bed eat and drink. I could really sit down, "listen, I've been there. Probably in the same bed and on this unit.

I know what it's like. I know how awful it is, but I'm telling you, it helps, and it gets better. I promise it gets easier. Those are the patients that truly listened, and sometimes it was man's hat a hindrance. I had a parent who I hadn't shared what I had been through. Maybe I was a little tougher on some of my patients because I knew that's what they had to do. If I had to do it before Fentanyl and Dilaudid, then you're sure as hell getting up and doing it now. I had a couple of parents say that I was a little hard and they thought that I was pushing their kids too much. I remember with one parent; she was quite angry with me and yelling at me.

Health Hats: What do you look for as a nurse when you're gauging readiness for either the young adult or the parent? What helps you know where they are on the continuum of readiness to help them push ahead a few degrees and to know what are those? What do you look for? What do you see? What do you see as you're gauging that? I'm sure you're not always doing a consciously, but you've done it so much, and you've lived it.

MarlaJan: Some parents were horrified. How could you? Really?! Do you really think? Do you really think? And not just drinking and drugs but like safe sex and especially for the patients who had genetic components of their condition. Like these are the hat for man things you have to think about, you know, if you have unprotected sex it and your Susie gets knocked up, and these are the things you have to think about and also what sickle-cell. For my Sickle Cell patients, it's a huge component. The genetic piece that goes into it and I think. If maybe not so much in this generation, but in my generation, they were so hell-bent on keeping us alive that no one had those conversations with us. So, we were coming back from college sick sometimes Immagine because no one had those conversations. No one told us.

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