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6 Ways Nurses Can Solve Patient Care Problems

Marijke Durning | NursingLink

6 Ways Nurses Can Solve Patient Care Problems

There are many things in a hospital setting that make patients irritable and vocal. As nurses, the best we can do is to work our magic where we can. Sometimes, by dealing with the smaller issues, the bigger ones aren’t as troublesome. And, to make our shift easier, isn’t it worth a shot?

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Marijke Durning

Featured Author: Marijke Durning
Marijke Vroomen-Durning has been an RN since 1983 and although she has been writing since the mid-90s, she continued to work clinically until last year. Her passion is patient education and helping the general public understand the medical world by translating medicalese into real-life language. Marijke’s popular blog, Marijke: Nurse Turned Writer has been the catalyst for her career as she now claims the number one spot in Google searches if you type in “Nurse writer.”

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