Doctors can (and do) wear anything. No one questions their professionalism. People who work in software make a point of wearing jeans and a T-shirt. Business people follow complicated intricate rules for professional attire, but again, it is something that allows for significant and substantial variation. Nurses live in a strange land of uniform that… Continue reading Looking like a professional
I’m changing things up a bit. I’m keeping knitting in the title, mostly because we all need to have an outlet. Knitting is mine, yours may be different. So I may put some knitting pattern on here from time to time, but it will no longer be a big part of the blog. On this… Continue reading A new title, a new look, and a new focus
This is interesting. I can blog from my phone. Such is the phenomenon that is the Internet and related technologies. You can express your thoughts about anything, anywhere. I wonder what I can do with this.
It is pretty clear that we are not prepared to deal with Ebola. The CDC is saying that the United States can handle it. Certainly the U.S. has technology that Liberia does not have. However, nurses know that technology is not the whole story. http://www.contracostatimes.com/breaking-news/ci_26714686/national-nurses-union-rallies-oakland-after-dallas-nurse Even health care workers are divided on what constitutes appropriate… Continue reading Ebola and Nursing