The Top Nursing Blog Posts of 2016!
Drum Roll…..please…Here are the best of the best according to you, our readers. Presenting: Your favorite nurse bloggers and their top nurse blog posts of 2016, plus a couple of You Tube videos, no particular order. Enjoy!!
Michelle Green Rhodes gives us 5 Steps to Meeting Your 2017 Goals and Step # 2 is really helping me with my goals.
Is the Pearson Vue Trick a myth or real? Courtney Ellis breaks it down in her engaging You Tube video and gives us a must-read about entering your credit card number.
Tossing Pebbles a very short but inspiring read by Donna Cardillo at donnacardillo.com Have any of you had a similar experience where you influenced someone and didn’t know it? or that the world is truly a small place?
Anne Llewellyn blogs at Nurse Advocate Anne shares the lived experience of herself as a patient…a patient with central nervous system lymphoma, sitting in waiting rooms, waiting for test results..something she never planned for- being a nurse on the other side. Anne lists her top ten posts of 2016 in My Year in Review I enjoyed
The Joy of Traveling as a Disabled Person for the unique perspective.
Can you Teach Critical Thinking Skills? by expert ICU nurse and Keep it Real RN, Craig Erickson. As always, Craig gives us his uncensored and down-to-earth take on the subject. Not sure I agree with him, though…how about you?
I Left Work Sick- Can I be Charged With Patient Abandonment? tie for top posts of 2016.
What if Your Nurse Wasn’t There When You Need Them? by Sean Dent at My Strong Medicine is what you need to know about safe staffing levels. And seriously, you need to decide your position as the battle is on and legislation is…being legislated!
The Worst Thing to Say to an Anxious and Confused Person by Jackie Levin at leadingedgenursing is good advice for patients and in general.
Until next time friend, and Happy, Happy New Year to you and your loved ones 🙂
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