Patient Care

Nurse, will you hear me?

Nurse, will you hear me?

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There was a recent New York Times op-ed piece titled "Doctor, Shut Up and Listen." Basically, it took you through a case about a woman who was having symptoms of a rapid heartbeat and feeling "stressed." However, every doctor she saw wrongly referred her for psychological counseling for an anxiety disorder.

LTC nurses likeliest to want new setting

LTC nurses likeliest to want new setting

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Most nurses find their work rewarding and satisfying. But nurses in the long-term care sector appear to be the most likely to want employment in a different setting, according to a survey from CareerBuilder and Harris Poll.

Getting back to basics at Revera

Getting back to basics at Revera

Revera Nursing and Rehab has taken a 'back to basics' stance to continue to expand its clinical capabilities portfolio and provide patients with the care, respect and positive outcomes they deserve, despite today's ever-changing climate.

Lose your story, open up possibility

Lose your story, open up possibility

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I recently attended something called the Landmark Forum. Suffice to say it was an intensive three days of self-introspection. The net-net. Things in life happen. We then create a story around it. The story then defines our reality. And it limits our possibilities.

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