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Write your opinion? > > > > > >Photo by : @nurse .blake

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2 days ago

Being a nurse in New York City during COVID-19 had lasting impacts on how I view my profession as well as all that nurses are capable of accomplishing and withstanding. Before COVID-19 hit, I was struggling with my decision to pursue nursing. The realities of being an RN day in and day out started to sink in as my first year of nursing came to a close, and nightshift continued to rock my world.> > > > > > > > > > > > > photo by: @nurse_hanna

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3 days ago

1.5 years. Here’s some things about telemetry nursing that I can tell you from my brief but a learning experience: ⁣ ⁣ Telemetry nursing involves monitoring patients using ‘tele-monitors’ used to assess patients heartbeats continuously. In addition to that, the nursing also involves basic care, medicine administration, etc., just as any other field of nursing. ⁣ ⁣ We tend to record patients’ heart rhythm strips 4 times a day + as needed and interpret them, in order to identify any changes. ⁣ ⁣ To answer a lot of people who asked me if I had to take any additional courses prior to taking this job; yes. I was required to complete Coronary Care I course that roughly teaches you about cardiovascular diseases, heart rhythms, interpreting them and cardiac medications. 🩺⁣ ⁣ More on this on my upcoming posts! ⁣ ⁣ And now, here is a way you can support BLM: many petitions have been circulating around and this is the link to a google document that lists some of them that you can sign. It also lists other ways for you to support the movement. . . . . . . . . post and photo credit by: @nursericha_ . . . . . #nursetalk #telemetrynurse #tele #nursebloggers #nursericha #richakohli #backyardpic #jaanuuscrubs #scrublife #nursing #nursingschool #coronarycare #cardiology #ecg #love #passion #nursinglife #telemetry #medicine #scrubstyle #stethoscope #motivation # #Nurse_societyy #wearenurselover #nurselifeusa #myperspective #needtopaintfence #nursesdoitbetter #covidnurse #heartrhythm

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3 days ago

Thank you so much all my nurse_societyy community.I love you so much. I always try to give you beautiful tips and tricks how to achieve nurse course and funny post and your motivation post. i hope all member stay with us.Again Thank you so my #nurse_societyy .Love you all.

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3 days ago

𝐓𝐈𝐏𝐒 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐧𝐞𝐰 𝐧𝐮𝐫𝐬𝐞𝐬 𝐭𝐨 𝐥𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐚 𝐉𝐎𝐁 𝐚𝐟𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝐧𝐮𝐫𝐬𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐬𝐜𝐡𝐨𝐨𝐥🩺💉: ⁣ ⁣ 1. 𝘝𝘰𝘭𝘶𝘯𝘵𝘦𝘦𝘳 𝘸𝘰𝘳𝘬🩺: Volunteer/work in a healthcare setting while you’re still in school. It will help you develop some strong skills in the field and make the right contacts. ⁣✨ ⁣ 2. 𝘚𝘱𝘦𝘤𝘪𝘢𝘭𝘪𝘻𝘦📖: If you wish to work in a certain field of nursing (cardiology, critical care, nephrology, etc. ), consider specializing by taking courses right after you graduate. This adds an edge to your resume and also prepares you for the unit you want to work in. 💉 ⁣ 3. 𝘈𝘨𝘦𝘯𝘤𝘺📱: Consider working for an agency in the beginning. Usually, a lot of nursing agencies hire new grads and give them training as well. It can be scary working through an agency and going to unknown healthcare settings; so, you can express what type of setting you’re willing to work in and it’ll help you look for just that. ⁣ > > > > > > > > post and photo credit by: @nursericha_

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4 days ago

If you love the Nurse then type 👉'yes'👈 to the comment below. > > > > > > photo by : @tarapoostchi_

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5 days ago

Angelina, A 101-year-old woman from New York who was born during the time of the Spanish flu has survived COVID-19 & is doing great! Now she has become the true Inspiration for millions of covid19 positive patient struggling for life worldwide It will give some positive energy to all the people worldwide. Drop ♥️ for her! - - - - - - - - - photo by : @nursing_association

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5 days ago

Be mindful of the people you allow into your inner circle. Make sure you’re familiar with every one of them. Make sure the people in your boat are rowing in the same direction as you are. Remember, it’s better to be alone than to be with those who’ll jeopardize your hereafter! > > > > > >> > > >> > > > >> > > > >>>>>>>photo by : @maame_ama_linda ❤️❤️💉

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6 days ago

I am a nurse. It has taken me 7 years of practice to get here. (11 if you count school ). Years of bedside blood, sweat & tears (literally ). For about a decade I have been working in and around the hospital. Assessments, procedures, lab draws, diagnostics, IV starts (and blows/infiltrates ), intubations, extubations, pre-op care, post op care, education, practice changes, new products/monitors, coordinating teams, births & deaths, learning from colleagues, humanity at its finest & at its worst, meeting patients & their families, & of course learning dynamics of healthcare. . You know I like to give it straight up. (Real Tea here people ). Working as a nurse is honestly quite glorified. Like anything there is good with bad. Yes, we can work 3 days a week, but more than likely every nurse will tell you at least 1 or 2 of those days is recovery. Yes, we make good/decent money, but there are shifts you can’t even break to pee, sit down, or drink water. Yes, we have the gift of helping someone daily, but there are patients/families who cuss, spit, kick, yell, bite (yes bite ). Yes, there are a lot of opportunities for us in the nursing world, but the expectations are also going up (certifications, patient satisfaction, outcomes, appeasing management ). Yes, we are the most trusted professions, but we are often one of the least respected/valued . 📷 @tawniadams

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1 weeks ago

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2 weeks ago

Freeeeeeee 🥴 > > > > > > > > > > > >> > > > > photo by: @nursesofinstagram

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2 weeks ago

repost: @Nurse_tifany

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2 weeks ago

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2 weeks ago

Don’t run away from a challenge. Instead, run toward it, the only way to escape fear is to trample it beneath your feet and the more difficult the victory, the greater the happiness in winning. Be your biggest competitor, challenge yourself each day to be better than you were yesterday.> > > > > > > > > > > > > > >>> photo by: @arkosua_kama ❤️❤️💉

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2 weeks ago

👩‍⚕️Here’s my nursing journey: ⁣ ⁣ ⁣🔸2009: graduated high school ⁣ ⁣ ⁣🔸2010: applied to Nursing programs after finishing my nursing prereqs at a community college (yup, you read that right! ) ⁣ ⁣ ⁣🔸2011: Accepted into nursing program! Transferred to a Cal State Long Beach University (CSULB )⁣ ⁣ ⁣🔸2014: Graduated! Bachelors of Science in Nursing, Registered Nurse ⁣ ⁣ ⁣🔸2014-2018: PICU nurse, travel nurse, critical care float pool nurse, other fun life things⁣ ⁣ ⁣🔸2018: Started graduate program at CSULB ⁣ ⁣ ⁣🔸2020: Graduated, again! Master’s of Science in Nursing, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner ⁣ ⁣ ✨⁣I don’t have any wise words of wisdom or tips or tricks- all I can say is the path from 2009 when I started my track to being a nurse, to 2014 to graduating as a nurse, to 2020 becoming a nurse practitioner was an amazing and wild ride! ⁣ ⁣ ⁣🩺There were labs, dissections, exams, research papers, study groups, lectures, clinicals, graduations, new grad programs, night shifts, first codes, first compressions, first deaths, first mistakes, new friends, mentors, favorite patients, least favorite patients, long nights, early mornings, extra shifts, new hospitals, more clinicals, laughter, tears, studying, stressing, A GLOBAL PANDEMIC and finally, a quarantined graduation! ⁣ ⁣ ⁣🥰The community I made along the way & the kiddos I got to meet & care for through it all, made the crazy, wild journey worthwhile. ⁣ ⁣ ⁣✨But as one chapter ends, a new one begins! ⁣ ⁣ ⁣🙌Here’s to looking back on all we have accomplished & looking forward, ready to take on a new adventure! Proud of my accomplishment but ready to keep learning as a new PNP! ✨Please reach out if you have any questions about nursing, travel nursing or pediatric nurse practitioner! ✨😊 I’m here to share my passion for nursing & encourage others on their nursing journey! ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ 📷 by ->nurse_org

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2 weeks ago

Still at it. 13 days after stage 3 in California. How do I feel now vs. 96 days ago when CA was placed on a stay at home order? ⁣ ⁣ I am grateful- To everyone who put their lives on hold in order for the country to figure out some kind of plan. To restock our PPE, hand sanitizer, testing capabilities and other necessary supplies to fight this pandemic.⁣ ⁣ I am scared- Based on the lifecycle of a virus and amount of people traveling for the 4th of July, cases should be on the rise in the next few weeks. ⁣ ⁣ I am hopeful- As a high tech and advanced country, we can beat this virus if people keep being smart.⁣ ⁣ I am tired- I knew stage 3 would bring more staff traveling with their families, calling in “sick” because they were burnt out, or just need a break, this mean we are all pulling more and longer shifts.⁣ ⁣ I am overjoyed- to be able to go out: to the store, to see (half of ) my friends faces (under masks ), to be able to feel immersed in the community again. ⁣ ⁣ I am anxious- Will I ever be able to hug others again? Friends, patients, family members??⁣ ⁣ I am prepared- Hearing of friends and colleagues getting infected, it’s no longer “well, I don’t know anyone who’s had it”. Trying to keep my body as healthy as possible for whenever it’s my turn. > > > > > > > >repost : @juliaazulia

16813
2 weeks ago

Feeling good on this beautiful morning wearing my favorite scrubs💁🏻‍♀️♥️ > > > > Pic credit: @dianaalvaradx

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2 weeks ago

A,B,C or D 🤔?😅😅 Tag a friend who know this answer? > > > > > photo credit: @nurse_corner28

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2 weeks ago

Nurse best friend dance 💃 😅 tag a friend >>Repost: @nursefor_all

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2 weeks ago

Last night, I had a dream about Elijah McClain and Kalief Browder. Woke up in a cold sweat and with a clenched jaw. Couldn’t shake how each story could easily be replaced with the name of someone I know and love. I kept thinking that mentioning their stories and how each was a result of the consequences of systematic racism - I could be met with ignorant rebuttals like “well what about black on black crime or what about this or that.” - In the hospital, if a physician is talking to me about Heart Disease, it would be silly of me to shout in the middle of the conversation “well what about Cancer!?” - it wouldn’t be relevant to the conversation at hand because THEY ARE SEPARATE ISSUES. - Nowadays, deflection (a psychological concept of changing the subject in order to bring attention to something else - often a characteristic of narcissism ) is rampant. Instead of focusing on the hard evidence of the systematic dehumanizing of black bodies as with police brutality (whether conscious or unconscious ) - people want to rant about things that are separate issues and are more times than not reflections of miseducation (i.e. look up the history of the coined phrase black on black crime ). - Anywho, if you cannot read a story without trying to defensively find a way to deflect from what is in front of you....if you are finding difficulty empathizing with the struggles of other communities (or even within your own )....then my dear you have work to do. > > >>Repost by @nurseidara

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2 weeks ago

@student_nurse_riemah Over the past few years I’ve been working diligently while completely surrendering myself To a career that drives me the most. Through there are extreme challenges I face and obstacles I overcome, I am thankful for it all. I am going into my last semester of nursing school with even a more clear vision of why I wanted to become a nurse. Statistics have shown there is only 9.9% black nurses vs 75% white nurses in America. As a black American in this country this mean our voices are Not heard in the healthcare system. Which is the reason why a higher percentage of black women die from giving birth due to issues like pre-eclampsia reasons like why breast cancer death rates is 40% higher in black Americans And frankly why the underlying fear of the African/black American community even fear to seek healthcare today. Our voices must be heard throughout America so young or old black Americans I challenge you to dive deep find your purpose be resilient and use your voice🖤

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2 weeks ago

Dear health care workers: I’m sorry. I’m sorry some people still think COVID19 is a joke I’m sorry it took a pandemic for you to be recognized. I’m sorry that, once again, we are asking way too much of you. I’m sorry some of you are being labeled sacrificial “heroes.” I know you didn’t “sign up” for this. I’m sorry corporate medicine has milked all the “efficiency” it can out of you. I’m sorry to the staff that have been laid off or furloughed as elective procedures/surgeries are on hold and routine clinic visits drop. Believe it or not, hospitals are shedding staff members and cutting hours, too. I’m sorry that this coming nurses week is not the one you expected. I’m sorry some of you have to reuse PPE for days or weeks at a time and I’m sorry some of you were fired for speaking out about it. I THANK you for continuing to give the one resource that is limitless and free - your professional medical ethic. I thank you for showing up and refusing to drop the ball as it would endanger your patients. I thank you for being strong, relentless, and inspiring. America has long equated patriotism with the armed forces, but you can’t shoot a virus. I know you don’t need praise or thanks but I do thank you all from the bottom of my heart, because you all deserve better 💙 . And finally, special shout out to all the Respiratory Therapists out there!! You guys don’t get nearly enough recognition for all the hard work you do in and out of this pandemic! We appreciate you immensely. . . . Hi, We are a #Nurse_societyy Community. Nurses lifestyle, fun, enjoyment. We love Nurses. . . . . . . . . .Repost from @nurseforest

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2 days ago

Being a nurse in New York City during COVID-19 had lasting impacts on how I view my profession as well as all that nurses are capable of accomplishing and withstanding. Before COVID-19 hit, I was struggling with my decision to pursue nursing. The realities of being an RN day in and day out started to sink in as my first year of nursing came to a close, and nightshift continued to rock my world.> > > > > > > > > > > > > photo by: @nurse_hanna

17616
2 weeks ago

Feeling good on this beautiful morning wearing my favorite scrubs💁🏻‍♀️♥️ > > > > Pic credit: @dianaalvaradx

24417
4 days ago

If you love the Nurse then type 👉'yes'👈 to the comment below. > > > > > > photo by : @tarapoostchi_

28440
2 weeks ago

Still at it. 13 days after stage 3 in California. How do I feel now vs. 96 days ago when CA was placed on a stay at home order? ⁣ ⁣ I am grateful- To everyone who put their lives on hold in order for the country to figure out some kind of plan. To restock our PPE, hand sanitizer, testing capabilities and other necessary supplies to fight this pandemic.⁣ ⁣ I am scared- Based on the lifecycle of a virus and amount of people traveling for the 4th of July, cases should be on the rise in the next few weeks. ⁣ ⁣ I am hopeful- As a high tech and advanced country, we can beat this virus if people keep being smart.⁣ ⁣ I am tired- I knew stage 3 would bring more staff traveling with their families, calling in “sick” because they were burnt out, or just need a break, this mean we are all pulling more and longer shifts.⁣ ⁣ I am overjoyed- to be able to go out: to the store, to see (half of ) my friends faces (under masks ), to be able to feel immersed in the community again. ⁣ ⁣ I am anxious- Will I ever be able to hug others again? Friends, patients, family members??⁣ ⁣ I am prepared- Hearing of friends and colleagues getting infected, it’s no longer “well, I don’t know anyone who’s had it”. Trying to keep my body as healthy as possible for whenever it’s my turn. > > > > > > > >repost : @juliaazulia

16813
3 days ago

𝐓𝐈𝐏𝐒 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐧𝐞𝐰 𝐧𝐮𝐫𝐬𝐞𝐬 𝐭𝐨 𝐥𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐚 𝐉𝐎𝐁 𝐚𝐟𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝐧𝐮𝐫𝐬𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐬𝐜𝐡𝐨𝐨𝐥🩺💉: ⁣ ⁣ 1. 𝘝𝘰𝘭𝘶𝘯𝘵𝘦𝘦𝘳 𝘸𝘰𝘳𝘬🩺: Volunteer/work in a healthcare setting while you’re still in school. It will help you develop some strong skills in the field and make the right contacts. ⁣✨ ⁣ 2. 𝘚𝘱𝘦𝘤𝘪𝘢𝘭𝘪𝘻𝘦📖: If you wish to work in a certain field of nursing (cardiology, critical care, nephrology, etc. ), consider specializing by taking courses right after you graduate. This adds an edge to your resume and also prepares you for the unit you want to work in. 💉 ⁣ 3. 𝘈𝘨𝘦𝘯𝘤𝘺📱: Consider working for an agency in the beginning. Usually, a lot of nursing agencies hire new grads and give them training as well. It can be scary working through an agency and going to unknown healthcare settings; so, you can express what type of setting you’re willing to work in and it’ll help you look for just that. ⁣ > > > > > > > > post and photo credit by: @nursericha_

1479
6 days ago

I am a nurse. It has taken me 7 years of practice to get here. (11 if you count school ). Years of bedside blood, sweat & tears (literally ). For about a decade I have been working in and around the hospital. Assessments, procedures, lab draws, diagnostics, IV starts (and blows/infiltrates ), intubations, extubations, pre-op care, post op care, education, practice changes, new products/monitors, coordinating teams, births & deaths, learning from colleagues, humanity at its finest & at its worst, meeting patients & their families, & of course learning dynamics of healthcare. . You know I like to give it straight up. (Real Tea here people ). Working as a nurse is honestly quite glorified. Like anything there is good with bad. Yes, we can work 3 days a week, but more than likely every nurse will tell you at least 1 or 2 of those days is recovery. Yes, we make good/decent money, but there are shifts you can’t even break to pee, sit down, or drink water. Yes, we have the gift of helping someone daily, but there are patients/families who cuss, spit, kick, yell, bite (yes bite ). Yes, there are a lot of opportunities for us in the nursing world, but the expectations are also going up (certifications, patient satisfaction, outcomes, appeasing management ). Yes, we are the most trusted professions, but we are often one of the least respected/valued . 📷 @tawniadams

25018
2 weeks ago

@student_nurse_riemah Over the past few years I’ve been working diligently while completely surrendering myself To a career that drives me the most. Through there are extreme challenges I face and obstacles I overcome, I am thankful for it all. I am going into my last semester of nursing school with even a more clear vision of why I wanted to become a nurse. Statistics have shown there is only 9.9% black nurses vs 75% white nurses in America. As a black American in this country this mean our voices are Not heard in the healthcare system. Which is the reason why a higher percentage of black women die from giving birth due to issues like pre-eclampsia reasons like why breast cancer death rates is 40% higher in black Americans And frankly why the underlying fear of the African/black American community even fear to seek healthcare today. Our voices must be heard throughout America so young or old black Americans I challenge you to dive deep find your purpose be resilient and use your voice🖤

16213
3 days ago

1.5 years. Here’s some things about telemetry nursing that I can tell you from my brief but a learning experience: ⁣ ⁣ Telemetry nursing involves monitoring patients using ‘tele-monitors’ used to assess patients heartbeats continuously. In addition to that, the nursing also involves basic care, medicine administration, etc., just as any other field of nursing. ⁣ ⁣ We tend to record patients’ heart rhythm strips 4 times a day + as needed and interpret them, in order to identify any changes. ⁣ ⁣ To answer a lot of people who asked me if I had to take any additional courses prior to taking this job; yes. I was required to complete Coronary Care I course that roughly teaches you about cardiovascular diseases, heart rhythms, interpreting them and cardiac medications. 🩺⁣ ⁣ More on this on my upcoming posts! ⁣ ⁣ And now, here is a way you can support BLM: many petitions have been circulating around and this is the link to a google document that lists some of them that you can sign. It also lists other ways for you to support the movement. . . . . . . . . post and photo credit by: @nursericha_ . . . . . #nursetalk #telemetrynurse #tele #nursebloggers #nursericha #richakohli #backyardpic #jaanuuscrubs #scrublife #nursing #nursingschool #coronarycare #cardiology #ecg #love #passion #nursinglife #telemetry #medicine #scrubstyle #stethoscope #motivation # #Nurse_societyy #wearenurselover #nurselifeusa #myperspective #needtopaintfence #nursesdoitbetter #covidnurse #heartrhythm

1017
2 weeks ago

Don’t run away from a challenge. Instead, run toward it, the only way to escape fear is to trample it beneath your feet and the more difficult the victory, the greater the happiness in winning. Be your biggest competitor, challenge yourself each day to be better than you were yesterday.> > > > > > > > > > > > > > >>> photo by: @arkosua_kama ❤️❤️💉

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