The improbable adventures of a nurse/EMT in the Frozen Northlands who knows enough to be afraid
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Tomorrow is the dreaded Lab Day with blood transfusions and PACU patients. Wheee... Immediately following that, I'll be heading home to the Frozen Northlands again until Tuesday. Hopefully the traffic on the GW bridge wont make me cry THIS time.
I'm from Up North, but went to nursing school in the Mid Atlantic. I've been a volunteer EMT for 8 years, hold a useless liberal arts degree, and read a lot.
I'm a New Grad Nurse working on a high-acuity surgical floor who knows just enough to be VERY AFRAID. I do my best to do right by my patients, but that doesn't mean I'm all sunshine and rainbows. :-D
HIPAA will be strictly enforced on this blog. Just because you THINK it's you I'm talking about, you're wrong. Really. It's probably not even the same state. Patients are going to be an amalgamation of the people Ive seen in nursing school, on the floor, and as a volunteer EMT. So calm down, and stop being so self centered. Seriously.