More than just professional growth, it is the idea of bringing about relevant change in the nursing profession and the healthcare delivery system that primarily motivates me to pursue graduate studies. I have been working in the hospital for almost two years now and it has occurred to me that my experience as a bedside … Continue reading New beginning
"1. Leaders tolerate a culture of fear and bullying Every mistake seems to be blamed on someone in the office, like unlimited rice that gets generously pass around." --We see this almost every day. Even a rational explanation won't do the job. At the end of the day, BEDSIDE nurse lagi ang may kasalanan. "2. … Continue reading TOXIC COMPANY
Just because we're used to something doesn’t mean we’re getting what we truly deserve.
Sometimes they hear you but don't really listen.
It is sad that sometimes we, nurses, don't receive the same respect our patients and their relatives accord to other members of the health care team especially doctors. We care the same way they care for you. Sometimes, even more.
We spend our lives trying to control the things around us. And in a heartbeat, something or someone reminds us that we're not really in control.
Relationships (for them to work & last) require openness, communication, and honesty. Sometimes, even compromise and sacrifice from both parties.