Taking Care of Patients is A Speed Learning Course For Authenticity by Carol Gino

by carolgino

Patients who are sick or dying don’t have time to pretend and at the same time, they don’t have patience for someone who is helping them to be false either. The false assurances, the pretense of caring and the hiding of the truth from patients causes them not only to be fearful, but to be […]

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New Thought Leaders in Nursing

by carolgino

  RN.FM Radio Episode 50: Come Meet 8 Nursing Luminaries! Monday, February 11th at 9pm EST On Monday, February 11th at 9pm EST, RN.FM Radio will broadcast our 50th live episode! We’re planning a real treat for our listeners. During the course of a 90-minute show, eight of our favorite and most popular guests will […]

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RNFMRadio Ends 2012 With Carol Gino, RN, MA by RN FM Radio

by carolgino

Carol Gino RN, MA, has been a nurse, author and teacher for many years. As author of the best-selling book, “The Nurse’s Story”, Carol is a consistently positive, provocative and inspiring voice for nurses and the nursing profession. She has worked in all areas of nursing including ER, Intensive Care, the Burn Unit, Medicine, Surgery, […]

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The Gift in Blurred Boundaries

by carolgino

I have blurred boundaries. It takes me no time at all to slip into another’s shoes. I can feel their conflict, their hurt, their misunderstandings,their pain. I can walk a mile in their moccasins, or Crocs or Sandals. Like an actor walking into a part I can inhabit another, become another, feel another’s conflict, grief, […]

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The Arrogant Physician and Godfather Death

by Admin

Once upon a time, there was a poor farmer, a good man, who had twelve children. In order to feed and clothe them, he had to work day and night. Well, when it came to pass that his wife told him she was with child again, the poor man fell to his knees in despair. […]

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Grab Your Voice and Run

by Admin

I have a friend who’s not a nurse, she’s just a regular person. She spent the day in the hospital with her sick husband, and afterward over tea at my kitchen table, she asked me, “Why don’t nurses speak? I asked so many questions today and not one nurse answered me.” Afterward, another friend, a […]

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Nursing’s Brutal Battle leaves Many of Us Wounded

by Admin

Nurses have to redefine themselves or be doomed to a life of less–- to forever be the Epsilons (or worker bees) in Huxley’s Brave New World. Anyway, that’s how I see it. I’m not implying that I want us to deny the nurse in ourselves–I’m not asking nurses to become “not” nurses. What I am […]

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Nurse Bytes #17: Nurses It’s Time to Grow or Die

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