A Wonderful Life Indeed

Death comes with the withdrawal of futile care. The alternate comes with the decision to give the gift of life – organ donation.

Rescue the Dying: Redemption

Psalm 71:2 Save me and rescue me, for you do what is right. Turn your ear to listen to me, and set me free.

Rescue the Dying: In Country

Her vulnerability breaks my heart, but her tenacity, beauty and will to live capture me.

Making Varsity

I love teamwork and it is why I’ve chosen to specialize in Emergency/Trauma nursing.

Thankfulness

Thankfulness is about…

Insider Info – Tips for ER Trips

10 tips for patient and families seeking emergency care.

Sobering Thoughts

Drunken College Students –Does the party just roll on or is there something we can do about this?

Strength through Adversity

This is MY first trauma patient and all that I can think is, “You should not be here!”

The Call

The Call – a tribute to Emergency Nursing – Happy Emergency Nurses Week!

Why God? – a story of faith, hope and love

Vicarious trauma, burnout and moral distress define the symptoms experienced by those of us called to help people in need. The definitions are easy; the cure is elusive.