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The last day of Nurses Week ends today on Florence Nightingale’s Birthday: May 12. Would Flo be surprised that a special day, May 6, had been dedicated to nurses in 1982, and in 1990, that day grew into a full week that ended on her birthday? Would she be pleased that the World Health OrganizationContinue reading “What Would Flo Think?”
The story that I wrote almost thirty years ago was chosen as a finalist from 200 submissions to Carolina Woman Writing Contest. Debra Simon, editor and publisher of Carolina Woman magazine, decided that this year she would include a list of finalists. Lucky for me. Thank you, Debra Simon and Carolina Woman magazine, for selectingContinue reading “The Cat”
Anthony Langley contacted me to ask if he could send me a copy of his book to review and possibly discuss on my Blog. I am always happy to support a fellow nurse who takes the plunge and writes a book about nursing, so I said sure. Continue reading “Nurses are nuts or do they just need “secretaries?””
My Ebook, Stories from the Tenth-Floor Clinic: A Nurse Remembers, has been handpicked by BookBub from thousands of titles to be featured Tuesday, as one of their .99 EBook deals! Click here to order from Amazon.
I’m reblogging Suzanne Gordon’s post: Why Does It Take a Pandemic to Recognize Nurses? I have long followed Suzanne Gordon who is not a nurse but has been a relentless advocate of nursing over the years. She is a journalist and author of many books about the health care system. She co-authored Silence to Voice:Continue reading “Why Does It Take a Pandemic to Recognize Nurses?”
Originally posted on Farther Along:
? Cora Belle Cobbler Law I have had pandemic on my mind since last April. I can assure you that I am not a prophet or clairvoyant. The reason is quite personal: my grandmother died in the Great Spanish Influenza pandemic in October 1918. My father had told me his…
I don’t know how Tim Holt does it but he grinds out an entertaining post every week. I could be one of his little old ladies shuffling along in my black church shoes with a grin on my face. However, I don’t wear church shoes or walk with a shuffle–yet. I do, however, have aContinue reading “Some Needed Levity”
I found the best advice for writing in the time of Covid-19 in BREVITY’S Nonfiction Blog, Wednesday March 18, 2020. Written by Brenda Ridley I am reblogging here: Ten Tips for Writing While Quarantined by Dinty W. Moore by Brenda Ridley Assuming that you are up and about during the COVID-19 pandemic, you couldContinue reading “Best Tips for Writing in the Time of a Pandemic”
This wonderful article was published in Nursing Times OPINION: In stressful times it’s important to remember how many lives nurses transform 06 MARCH, 2020 BY MEGAN FORD If you had the chance to reunite with a patient after 10 years to see the difference you had made to their life, would you do it? ThisContinue reading “Nurses Transform Lives”