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  1. Considering Quitting my Job

    I just read new updates on our PPE policy - no N95 masks for taking care of covid patients except for certain procedures. Last time I worked we were still allowed to wear N95 (one per shift). I am turning my 2 week notice in... Do you think there wil...
  2. Emergent

    Backlash against Whites in Africa

    A friend of mine has a son who is a missionary in Africa. I don't remember which country, it's a rural, underdeveloped area. They are now afraid of Whites, since they consider Europeans and Americans as disease carriers. People will point and yell ou...
  3. Nurse Beth

    Novel Coronavirus: Month Two

    Month 2 of CoronavirusThe first case was detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, on December 12, 2019. Today is more than one month into the outbreak, with 56 deaths, 2,000 confirmed cases, and the world watching apprehensively. The numbers ar...
  4. The profession of nursing has traditionally been regarded as the most trusted (Milton, 2018). Nursing continues to be named in the Gallup poll as the most trusted profession as well (Kennedy, Maureen & Shawn, 2017). During the COVID-19 pandemic, ...
  5. J.Adderton

    Are Sanitized N95 Masks Safe for Reuse?

    The unprecedented shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) is an unsafe burden placed on healthcare workers. To protect ourselves against the highly contagious coronavirus, N95 masks are essential in stopping the virus droplets from entering ...
  6. J.Adderton

    LTC Residents and Workers Face Tragedy

    The earliest U.S. coronavirus deaths occurred in late February when residents at a Seattle nursing home began falling ill. Since then, the virus has spread like wildfire through the nation’s nursing homes. On Sunday, April 19th, ABC News reported at ...
  7. Maureen Bonatch MSN

    College Life Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

    My twin daughters were born two weeks before 9/11. Although they entered the world before this tragedy, they grew up not knowing any different when it comes to travel and life before we suffered such shock and uncertainty. My daughters started colleg...
  8. Just a few weeks ago, I was helping with a list of classmates from my nursing school class of 1970. Yes, it was so we could plan our 50th class reunion. I was looking at the young fresh faces on my class photo, including my own. I have worked as a...