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.

Again

I’ve experienced perfect storms of moral distress and know, given the right circumstances, suicide may look like the only escape for a nurse. It Is Not!

No Greater Love

Sometimes evil is mere words. Sometimes evil is a gesture. At its worst, evil looks like tonight. 

Who’s the “Troll”?

I get what I’m asking for – a frustrated and angry patient.

Spare Parts: Final Cut

I’ve never felt better from a diabetes standpoint; the only problem now is that I’m dying.

The ED Olympiad

Olympics aren’t just for Rio! Just stop by your local emergency department for more fun than 5 circles can contain

The Answers Are In!

Answers from Keeping it Real Here they are! Check your answers and see how you did. Section 1: Anatomy Identify the following anatomical locations 1] Eucharist “I’ve got fireballs in my Eucharist” Answer: Uterus 2] The nutbag and booty hole “I’ve got a sore between my nutbag and booty hole” Answer: The Perineum 3] Jawn “My jawn…… Continue reading The Answers Are In!