Health Care Services, Nursing, Nursing Stories

Unconventional Nursing

This Post from 2012--written by my fellow nursing classmate, Ruth Donoghue--describes an episode occurring in the early '90s. Early ‘90’s December NAKED IN THE DELIVERY ROOM Nursery in a Catholic hospital where 5,000 babies pass through in a year The call comes via unit secretary A nurse is requested as soon as possible to pick… Continue reading Unconventional Nursing

Geriatrics, Mother's Day, Nostalgia, Nursing Stories

My Mother’s Boyfriend

Happy Mother’s Day. My mother died the day before Mother’s Day sixteen years ago. Each year at this time my memories of Mom revolve around both her life and death. Her last few years weren’t what I would have predicted. When Ernie and I moved from the Midwest to Maryland in 1993, Mom came with… Continue reading My Mother’s Boyfriend