geriatrics, home care nurse, Nurse Practitioner

Federal Home Care Nurse Practitioner?

Geriatric Nurse Practitioner - July 2009 I was glad to have a day off to relax and catch up on my chores. The phone rang and the caller said, "Pam, this is Dr. S. (my boss). I'm sorry to call you at home, but I wanted to make sure that you knew about the announcement… Continue reading Federal Home Care Nurse Practitioner?

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Blog Privacy Policy

Blog Privacy Policy - June 2018 Dear Readers, In light of the new privacy law which was enacted in the European Union on May 25, 2018, I want to clarify the purpose of my blog, Pamela's Nursing Reflections, and how I use your email if you choose to follow this blog. I began writing my… Continue reading Blog Privacy Policy

geriatrics, Nurse Practitioner

Dermatology Nurse Practitioner?

Geriatric Nurse Practitioner - May 2009 I have worked at the nursing home for nearly five years giving primary care to the elderly residents. There is no dermatologist that holds a clinic on site so the patients must wait for months to see a dermatologist in his office when we refer them for a skin… Continue reading Dermatology Nurse Practitioner?

Christian Single, General Nursing, geriatrics, Nurse Practitioner

Dreaded Virus

Geriatric Nurse Practitioner - February 2009 As I prepared for bed, I began to shiver followed by nausea and vomiting. I put my cell phone in my pocket in case I fainted like last winter. I unlocked the kitchen door so the ambulance paramedics could enter without breaking the door down in case I had… Continue reading Dreaded Virus

Christian Single, General Nursing, geriatrics, Nurse Practitioner

God’s Grace and Provision

Geriatric Nurse Practitioner - December 2008 "My spirit has rejoiced in God my Savior." Luke 1:47 So much has happened since last April. After my concussion and the flu, I was finally able to return to work at the nursing home parttime the end of April and then return to fulltime in May. By God's… Continue reading God’s Grace and Provision

General Nursing, Holidays

Happy Birthday, Florence Nightingale!!!

Today we celebrate the life of Florence Nightingale, the mother of modern nursing who was born in Florence, Italy, on May 12, 1820. She was also called “The lady with the lamp” and was known for her contribution to her profession as a nurse. Her wealthy family did not support her choice of career. One doctor told her father,… Continue reading Happy Birthday, Florence Nightingale!!!

Christian Single, College of Nursing, General Nursing

Trapped on the Stretcher!

College Sophomore - Autumn 1974 "Class, after you finish making an occupied bed, put the side-rails up, put the bed in the low position, be sure the patient is comfortable and all desired items are within reach including the call bell. Answer call lights quickly so that patients learn to trust you and do not… Continue reading Trapped on the Stretcher!