#BooksWithGrace : Life on the Ground Floor by James Maskalyk
"A nurse told me after a string of five days in a row, she took a bottle of wine to bed, and cried. It's hard to make it ten years here. Some don't make it two. It's worse for the nurses. They spend more time at the bedside, unobserved, unprotected. They watch people die over hours, asking, 'Am I going to make it?' again and again."
👋🏻 Hi y’all!!! Guess what!!
I’m so excited because today I launched MY BLOG! I have been back and forth on starting one for a long time, but finally got the courage to do so! I would love for you to go check it out & give me your feedback! 🤩
Yesterday marked 2 years as an RN!!!!! Crazy, right?? So in honor of that —my first post is 5 things I learned in my first 2 years as a ED RN! 🏥 ✨LINK IN BIO. LINK IN BIO. LINK IN BIO ✨ .
Pawgust day 16!
Officially over half way.
We zipped through our walk today!
Leo is getting much better on the lead but my hamstrings are feeling it 😂
It was a challenging day at work today, on an emotional and mind level more than physical.
It is so hard to have someone look you in the eye and get you to tell their loved one that they will always love them.
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Well, that’s not supposed to be there! 👀😱💀 Diagnosis? MOI?⚡️ .
Awesome image and case study from @figure1 ♥️💀
Back at it.... We get so many patients at Parkland who were not given care from other hospitals because they lacked health insurance. Although I complain and I’m always tired I’m glad I get to help those who need it most. #emergencynurse#emergencydepartment