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Prisca Smith | Scrubs Magazine
almost 4 years ago
Great article. I would consider myself a long time nurse. I have been in management and currently am staffing. However, I am very entrepreneural, and my plan is to be self supporting as a nurse entrepreneur...
Experience in the area of Work is always essential to gain confidence in rendering services and meeting the needs of individuals
One has to take care of themselves also., then only they are able to take care of others effectively., Basic Personal care like rest, relaxation, nutrition, air etc., are very much needed to have sound mind in a sound body
Education & Experience always makes the Professional to be confident in their Professional life
Advocation is always beneficial
Admitting our own mistakes is always beneficial either in personal & Professional life., Though at that moment it may be embarassing, but it will give calm mind, the person will not have any inhibitions or hesitations to interact further., moreover for their genuine nature they will be appreciated
Effective Therapeutic Communication skills always needed in all Professional activities. Concise, brief, accurate communication is very much needed., It helps the Nurses in our Interactions
"Experience makes men Perfect" yes i.e., true., It gives very confidence in all walks of life
Excellent article. There is always things to learn from "lifers" to a "newbee" I have been in nursing for over 32 years. I have seen so much change since being a grad. to now a "Lifer". I can no longer do bedside nursing so I now am a Nursing Supervisor. I advise any nurse to always feel challenged and continue learning. If not it is time to move on to another challenge. There is are always areas of nursing to seek our new challenges and learning.
I really enjoyed reading this article. I have been nursing for 15 years. Only 15, wow. Anyway, nursing is really getting me down, I am thinking of moving on, which is sad because I never wanted to be anything else but a nurse. My mom is a nurse and my hero, but I may not make it to retirement as a nurse. I find the changes in nursing to be innovative in some areas, and down trodding in others. Sad!
The article brought out some great points. I have been a nurse for 32 years in a hospital, wow the changes. I miss actually taking care of the patients. With management changing policies daily , so much more computer documentation and demands of families of the patient it is hard to actually take care of the patient. Working 12 hours shift is the worst thing our hospital has gone, I have begged for an 8 hour shift, they will not give. The shifts are exhausting because it is not just 12 hours, many times ther is a need to stay over to chart. Nursing is very rewarding in many ways but the menta and physical stress is more than I can handle. I never can take a break at work and many times not a lunch . I think our profession needs an over haul. Many say why don't you change jobs , I checked other , but with so much to loose such retirement large cut it pay it would be difficult. I wish the new nurses the best and hope for changes.
This article is one huge "DUH". You get these qualities from experience; it doesn't take advice from a "lifer" to point this out.
Thanks for the wisdom! I love reading about this stuff. Maybe I'll be a step ahead when I hit the floors for the first time in January. :)
Excellent article! I have only been a nurse since 2001, but I can see the changes I have made from being a novice nurse upwards towards the more experienced nurse. I am much more laid back and relaxed in urgent/emergent situations - because I have a greater experience and knowledge base nine years later. I've always been hesitant about taking charge on the unit, but after doing it several times (actually, being tossed into it), it makes me appreciate other nurses even more for their charge nurse experience. I'm also working on my Masters degree - which has opened my eyes to so much more than bedside nursing.
Beautiful article; I feel the say way when I watch a seasoned nurse. Nice to see someone talking about what is admirable about our colleagues.
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