Travel Nursing: Always Be on Your Guard!

Posted by Travel Nurse Aim on November 16, 2011 in Aim at Work, Travel Nursing

If not for the Hippocratic Oath, an incredible amount of self-restraint and the somewhat Schadenfreude thought that bad people will get what is coming to them someday I would have KILLED one of my patients last week. Picture an 80 year old man in renal failure sitting quietly in a rocking chair next to his [...]


Nursing Under the Influence

Posted by Travel Nurse Aim on November 10, 2011 in Travel Nursing

One of the nurses I’ve been working with suddenly stopped showing up for her shift at work. I found out today that she has been stealing Morphine from patients and was shooting-up in the bathroom. Reminds me of an episode of the Mentalist I watched a few months ago. Wow! I was totally shocked. And [...]


Avoiding the Gall of Bitterness

Posted by Travel Nurse Aim on November 8, 2011 in Travel Nursing

Fifteen years ago, when I was about a week from expecting my first child, I began having excruciating pain underneath my right rib cage.  My OB doctor sent me for an ultrasound to check on my gallbladder.  The ultrasound didn’t find any problems with my gallbladder.  They attributed the pain to the kicking of  two very [...]

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