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With a Little Luck Single mom climbs out of financial hardship to carve out a career in nursing:"Candy striper. CNA. LPN. RN. That's the journey of Vernetta Parsons from 14-year-old hospital volunteer through the welfare system to charge nurse on the med/surg floor of Bannock Regional Medical Center in Pocatello, Idaho. "A lot of people are surprised when they find out I was on welfare. I'm not ashamed of it," Parsons said. "But I didn't like it. I hated food stamps every month for six years."
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http://www.nurseweek.com/news/features/02-06/parsons_web.asp

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20 Things I've Learned From Nursing by by Sally P. Karioth, RN, Ph.D:"1. When you're 92, you shouldn't have to beg for the salt shaker, even if you do have congestive heart failure. 2. Our profession has no room for bullies or whiners."
http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/20

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A Lesson in Kindness, Kelly Maher Morrissey, RN, MSN:"The ED appeared relatively calm on Sunday morning as I arrived to work my 8-hour shift. I received report on two patients; both sounded clinically stable. One patient, Dominic,* was particularly memorable. Dominic was an 87-year-old man who had been transported from a nursing home to the emergency department (ED) at about 4 AM for symptoms including a 104F fever and chest congestion. He was evaluated, diagnosed with pneumonia, and admitted. During report, the departing night nurse indicated that Dominic was oriented to person only and had been agitated since arrival."
Nursing Spectrum
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Hoffman Estates, IL 60195
Circulation: 1-800-770-0866
http://www2.nursingspectrum.com/articles/article.cfm?aid=18338

Category: Emergency Department, Inspirational Poems Touching Stories, Masters Prepared Nurses, Nursing Stories

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A Nurse Is More, Nursing Poems, Inspirational Stories:"A Nurse Is More, Why? Though nobody, can say why, for sure, Nurse's desire, for service, is pure. Not for themselves, it has to be for others. A life dedicated, to their sisters and their brothers."
http://www.nursefriendly.com/more

Inspirational Categories: Angels In Our Lives, Watching Over Us,

  • Dependability, Honesty, Reliability, Virtues Nursing Stories, Nurse Tales, Poems

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    A Nurse's Prayer, Inspirational Poems, Touching Stories:"Dear Lord, Please give me strength, to face the day ahead. Dear Lord, Please give me courage, as I approach each hurting bed."
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/nurses
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    A Nurse's Wish, Nursing Poems, Caregiver Stories:"To be a nurse requires dedication, with years of study and preparation. I pray for guidance and humbly ask that I will do well at this chosen task."
    http://www.nursefriendly.com/wish

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    Battle Hymn of the California Nurse, Marilou Morgan, RN:"You can find them at the bedside With shot to kill the pain You can find them passing bedpans They do this without disdain As they share with you compassion Always hoping for your gain There're dwindling away."
    http://www.nursefriendly.com/nursing/inspiration/battle_hymn_of_the_california_nurse.htm

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    Beatitudes For Christian Nursing Faculty, Nurses Christian Fellowship and Journal of Christian Nursing:"Blessed are the nursing faculty who treat students and other faculty with dignity and respect, seeing in them the image of God. They humbly learn from others, even freshman, and willingly encourage and teach others. They will grow in understanding and knowledge. Phil 2:3"
    NCF
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    53707-7895
    ncf@intervarsity.org
    http://ncf.intervarsity.org/facgrad/beatitudes.html

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    Circle of Life, by Jeff Reichardt RN, BSN, CNOR, CRNFA, CSA:"My career has many stresses in it that are inescapable. When I started it, I knew I would not get rich. I knew that this career was a difficult one. I knew that respect from my fellow professionals was hard won."
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/circle

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    Faith Friends by Nancy Haygood, Hospice Poems, Stories of Death and Dignity:"I don't want to say goodbye
    Don't want you to see me cry
    But in the end, that sweet by and by
    We will meet again."
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/faith

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    Florence Nightingale Pledge:"I solemnly pledge myself before God and in the presence of this assembly, to pass my life in purity and to practice my profession faithfully."
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/pledge

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    Forgotten Hands by E.V. Stankowski RN, Inspirational Poems, Touching Stories:"Nurses are to their patients, as Angels are to God's work."
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/forgotten

    Inspirational Categories: Angels In Our Lives, Watching Over Us, Dependability, Honesty, Reliability, Virtues, Nursing Stories, Nurse Tales, Poems, Religious Poems, Christian Stories

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    Friends of the Handicapped, Friendship Poems, Touching Stories:"Blessed are those who take the time to listen to difficult speech, for you help me to know that if I persevere, I can be understood."
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/handicapped

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    From A Nurse, Inspirational Poems, Touching Nursing Stories:"Do you have any idea who I am? I mean besides the nurse in white, who cares for your loved one?"
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/nurse/

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    Honoring the Light by D. Gall, BSN-RN:"Twas' the night before Christmas, when all through the wing; not a student was stirring, the phone didn't ring. The faculty was exhausted, all snug in their beds; with visions of NLN accreditation dancing in their heads."
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/light

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    Hummingbird Man, The by Nancy Haygood, Hospice Poems, Stories of Death and Dignity:"He shows me tomatoes red cherries, neatly hoed,
    He naps in the sun, soaks up heat, sky aglow.
    "Meet my new pup," proudly, "she's for squirreling."
    His pain burns deep, he hides it, buried, gnawing."
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/hummingbird

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    "If" For Nurses, Inspirational Poems, Touching Stories:"If you can bring a special understanding, To all of those entrusted to your care; And meet their needs, no matter how demanding, With patience and energy to spare;"
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/if

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    Just a Nurses Aide, Inspirational Poems, Touching Stories:"Someone asked me what I do for a living. I said, "I'm a nurse's aide. I work in a nursing home." The person made a face and quickly changed the subject."
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/aide

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    Nurses are Angels: Poems from Patients and Nurses about the care we give and that patient's receive. NAA was created and is hosted by Christy Gerber Jones, an RN at Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton, Ohio.

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    Nursing Is An Art, by Florence Nightingale:"Nursing is an art and if it is to be made an art, It requires an exclusive devotion, as hard a reparation."
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/art

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    Sarah's Tears by Tony Collins, LVN:"Late one December night on the cancer ward the halls were quiet and solemn, the patients were asleep and most of the visitors were gone. The nurses were gathered about the nurse's station preparing for shift change. Sarah, one of the nurses, was especially tired, having worked seven straight 12 hour days. The kids had needs, her husband had been laid off, and the house payment was due."
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/inspire.inspirational.inspiration.sarahs.tears.htm

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    Starting the I.V., Watts, H. David, The Literature, Arts, & Medicine Database:"This poem explores the act of inserting an intravenous line (I.V.) into a patient just prior to induction of general anesthesia. The physician-narrator is initially full of bravado, stating "I am good at this" and "I'm the best". The physicality of the act is detailed: the vein "lies stretched and succulent" and the needle "waits / like a mosquito attached / by its sucker." By the end of the second stanza, however, when the I.V. has been successfully inserted, the significance of this seemingly simple medical intervention is stated: "I am suddenly aware / I am connected to his brain."
    Dr. Aull at 212-263-5401
    http://litmed.med.nyu.edu/Annotation?action=view&annid=1119

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    Ten Commandments of Care, Nursing Assistant Poems, Touching Stories:
    http://www.nursefriendly.com/nursing/inspiration/ten.commandments.of.care.htm

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    The Hummingbird Man by Nancy Haygood, Hospice Poems, Stories of Death and Dignity:"He shows me tomatoes red cherries, neatly hoed,
    He naps in the sun, soaks up heat, sky aglow.
    "Meet my new pup," proudly, "she's for squirreling."
    His pain burns deep, he hides it, buried, gnawing."
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/hummingbird

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    Tribute To A Graduate Nurse, by E.V. Stankowski RN:"On this graduation day There's a special song that's played High above this earthly sky By a choir dressed in jade."
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/graduate

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    Tribute to a Medical Missionary by E.V. Stankowski RN, Inspirational Poems, Touching Stories:"You're an Angel sent from God
    For the suffering souls of earth
    Who have seen no ray of hope
    Nor believe in their great worth."
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/missionary

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    Tribute to a Nurse Practitioner, by E.V. Stankowski RN:"High above the earth and moon
    Where Angels dwell on high
    There is a place in heaven's home,
    A place called Rainbow Sky."

    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/np

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    Tribute to a Student Nurse, by E.V. Stankowski RN:"In God's eternal home
    Above the clouds and stars
    A banquet sits prepared
    Among crystal guitars."
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/sn

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    Tribute To Nursery Nurses, by E.V. Stankowski RN:"Oh what a precious sight Each Nursery Nurse portrays When caring for our young They all deserve bouquets."
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/tribute

    Inspirational Categories: Angels In Our Lives, Watching Over Us, Babies, Children, Infants, Kids, Nursing Stories, Nurse Tales, Poems, Religious Poems, Christian Stories

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    Tribute to Rebecca Anderson by E.V. Stankowski RN:"Rebecca was an LPN that responded to the Oklahoma City Bombing and courageously gave of herself to help the injured. While she was inside the Federal building caring for the sick, she was struck by a piece of concrete debris from a falling wall. The incident ultimately led to her death (five days later)."
    http://www.inspirationalnursing.com/anderson

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    You Are a Nursing Student, by Anneliese Garrison, RN:"You will be mentally stressed. You will be emotionally challenged. You will learn how to work together. You will learn to work alone. . . .
    anneliese@cccnj.net
    http://caring4you.net/nxstudent.html

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    Poems of the Week: Nursing, by John Stringer, The Mediadrome:"I thought that this week we would look at the subject of giving care to the sick, the wounded, and the infirm. This topic varies in its aspects: the care given by the parent to a sick child, or by the young person to an aged parent is one aspect; the care given by professionals to their patients is another. The care given to a wounded soldier on the battlefield often lies somewhere between. I have decided to concentrate on the aspect of nursing, rather than the aspect that might be called doctoring, although I do understand that this distinction is often arbitrary."
    editor@themediadrome.com
    http://www.themediadrome.com/content/articles/words_articles/poems_nursing.htm

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    Nursing Home Eyes by Todd-Michael St. Pierre, Netpoets.com:"Look into my window, Observe synthetic flowers Swaying to a ceiling fan breeze, And a wallflower, wheelchair- bound at that."
    http://www.netpoets.com/poems/life/1199005.htm

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    The Night Before Christmas on Mercy 1st Main, Betty Ann Cassano, RN, BSN:"One of the sad things about holidays is that hospitals are never able to close down. I've often wished that I could wave a magic wand and make everyone well so they could all spend the holidays at home with their families. And, of course, the nurses and other hospital employees could also spend the day with their own families. But this is not a perfect world and I've never found a magic wand. So hospital doors never close and the people who provide care to the sick remain at or near the bedside. Even on Christmas Eve."
    http://www.infojunkie.info/tinyr/limericks2.html#anchor1245271

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    Ya Gotta Be A Little Nuts To Work The Nightshift:"All limericks, poems and stories by Betty Ann Cassano, RN, BSN."
    http://www.infojunkie.info/tinyr/limericks2.html


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