Erin Hurd-NP, RN and I discuss lessons learned from the Detroit Covid Facility, how future temporary hospitals could be improved and the unique challenge of treating COVID patients with no family visitation.
Quinn McGill, RN, has 5 years experience in the ER. We dive into COVID in the ER, unique stressors of ER nursing, how to take care of yourself as an ER nurse and the recommended skill set required to be an ER RN.
Morgan, RN reflects on her choice of an outpatient float position compared to the traditional inpatient start for a new grad RN. You may recognize her name if you have read and enjoyed some of her blogs on our site. Morgan has been a guest blogger for myRN Staffing Solutions for awhile now and has done a masterful job of taking us along on her adventures and bringing her readers into the dramatic and heartfelt moments of gratitude ...
If you are interested in a niche home care experience, hospice may be an option. Shelly Baas, RN describes the challenges and the rewards of hospice care. She also provides a realistic overview of what to expect in your first 6 months.
From discussions with 5 year olds about their open heart surgery to crying in the break room with a co-worker, Lisa, a pediatric RN of 31 years, provides a window into the joys and sorrows of pediatric nursing.
Interested in transitioning into a non-clinical nursing career? Renee, RN compares clinical nursing vs non clinical nursing. She also provides advice on how to make the switch.
In this episode, Devin chats with Rachael Harding, a Registered Nurse, about her journey from a new grad to living out her dream job.