Author Archives: Booknurse
Can you limit your sitting and sleeping to just 23.5 hours a day? I spend an appalling amount of time sitting in my car and then sitting at my desk. I wish I spent more time sleeping! One of … Continue reading
One of my sisters is working with zebra fish so I’ve been doing some extra reading. Today I ran across this article, Zebrafish make a big splash, on Vector, the Children’s Hospital Boston science & clinical innovation blog. Researchers there … Continue reading
I am not one for new year’s resolutions, but I do need some extra motivation this year. I found some strong motivation in this morning’s Charlotte Observer. A weighted hula hoop looks like fun!
I remember Bates from 1988! It was one of my more expensive textbooks. I wonder what edition I had? The book is on the 10th edition and the video series is on the 4th. I’m accessing the videos through the … Continue reading
My mother is a second career nurse; she graduated from the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing at Emory University in 1983. I followed her in 1990. We even shared some of the same professors. She worked as a medical-surgical … Continue reading
Merk Manual Professional Edition for the iPhone and iPad. I am not sure that I want the home version on my iPhone because it would only encourage my youngest child’s hypochondria. As a professional reference, I think it would be … Continue reading
On completing the RN Refresher program online module Unit 10. This topic is near and dear to my heart. Before her retirement, my mother had an occupational needle-stick from an end-stage AIDS patient. They were in the suite, and the … Continue reading