This week is Nurse’s Week. I think it’s great that nurses get their own week. Anyone that’s ever known a nurse (and who doesn’t know at least one) knows what a hard-working, dedicated group they are.
The working conditions aren’t the greatest for nurses. Long hours on their feet and ever day there’s the chance they’ll get pooped on, peed on, or puked onh you or someone you know wants to go down, the website of Bradley University has useful information for you.
My mom is a nurse. I have other relatives that are nurses too, so I’ve seen the emotional rollercoaster a nursing career can bring. The joy nurses feel celebrating with a patient who just received good test results. The sadness that comes with the passing of a patient they’ve come to know and care for.
Rarely ever do they get all the credit they deserve. They’re even on their feet so much that sites like standingshoes.net have put together lists of the best shoes they can wear to prevent pain. The nurses at the births of both our daughters worked their butts off before and after the delivery only to have the doctors show up at the last minute.
There’s a good chance a nurse was there when you were born and one will probably be near when you’re on your deathbed. So this week be sure to thank every nurse you know. So, if you’ve been a nurse, or you are one – I thank you, we app reciate you, I know you’re run dead on you r feet for little salary and next to no appreciation, I recommend to you to looking into these tips from Regis College in how to raise your