Words from Rosie

Caring for Patients Through our Comfort

With so much fear happening right now as a result of COVID-19, there are many patients that are in fear of dying and asking for prayer.  In some hospitals, many staff will be more concerned with their agenda and not the patient’s thoughts or concerns.  Our own beliefs...

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Compassion Comes from the Heart

As nurses, we have the ability to use compassion and genuinely want the best for our patients.  We understand our patients and want to help them find the best treatment that will help them.  There are also nurses and doctors who do not exercise cultural competence in...

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Leadership and Ethics

The ethical situation that comes to mind this week is religious ethics.  This theory focuses on religion, which is depicted by the parent’s upbringing and the older family members typically.  One particular faith, Jehovah’s Witness, does not allow for blood...

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Nurses In Telehealth and Why It is Important

Our technology through the years has been advancing to provide patients with nurses that can manage their care through the telephone and through field visits in their homes.  With the recent pandemic that has spread throughout the globe, more than ever the field of...

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Leadership Styles and Organizational Changes

Leadership Styles and Organizational Changes

In my previous employment, I went through some challenging issues that started at the leadership level.  I was a manager of case managers at the time.  The role of the professional nurse when implementing a change is to identify that there is a need for a change...

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What is Nursing in Today’s World

In the words of Florence Nightingale: “Nursing is an art: and if it is to be made an art, it requires as exclusive a devotion, as hard a preparation as any painter’s or sculptor’s work; for what is the having to do with dead canvas or dead marble, compared with having...

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The Silence is Deafening

The Silence is Deafening

I have to admit that the last three weeks have been a whirlwind of information overload. We have heard updates from our President, our Governor, and our County Mayor. Through all of the news stations, online journalists, and newspapers, our social media has been...

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COVID-19 Should I Be Concerned

There is a lot of stress and fear globally regarding the COVID-19 and what we are supposed to be doing to protect ourselves.  The media, friends and family, popular theme parks, businesses including airlines, cruises, and places of attractions, all have something to...

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Bridging the Gap of Gender Inequality

Bridging the Gap of Gender Inequality

As we approach International Women's Day on March 8, 2020, let us not forget that this is just one day that we celebrate on the calendar for events and to raise awareness; however this is a year-long situation that warrants being addressed in order to improve it....

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The Beauty of a Woman

The Beauty of a Woman

As career women, it seems that we are always out in the public eye, so preparing to leave the house well put together is a must! However, as my favorite bible scripture says, " Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears...

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