Dear Little Em, You will soon learn that life is full of ups and downs. Embrace every experience. Learn from them. There are many people who love you for who you are. Don't try and hide your true self. Be authentically you. Enjoy the journey of discovering who you are. Don't be afraid - it… Continue reading What would you tell your younger self?
Next week is dying matters week and I've been inspired to write a blog! Every year in May, LOROS (my local Leicester based hospice) hosts Dying Matters Week, a national awareness-raising week to encourage people everywhere to talk openly about death, dying and bereavement. You can find more information and lots of resources through this link. I… Continue reading Dying Matters. What is your funeral song?
It's fast approaching May 12th - International Nurses Day and of course Florence Nightingales birthday! I'm not going to talk about her lamp. She was so much more than just 'the lady with the lamp'. Florence was an amazing lady. She is obviously well known as the founder of modern nursing but if you dig… Continue reading Why Florence Nightingale was awesome.
Dani talks about losing her love to nurse but how the right people around her have sparked her love of nursing again.
Surround yourself with amazing people and you can do amazing things.
So on Friday I went to London and met with some amazing new and old friends.
The great thing about the fab ambassador family is no matter how low you get, they will throw you in the air and ensure your back ready to fight again.
Not so long ago I lost the love to nurse, for many reasons, but because I felt so disempowered to help make patients care the best it could, but also made me unable to make the changes that I feel could benefit them.
Now in a new role, new trust and having caught up with the family, I am ready to fight again, they have reignited my spark to love nursing again, love making the differences possible and most importantly show how great of a nurse I really want to be.
Randomly we were on the train down and began chatting to a couple…
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Feel free to think I'm crazy. After all, I am writing this blog post night shift. I was thinking today about scientific and medical developments and wondering what will nursing and medicine look like in 50 years? Things change so quickly and things that we did 50 years ago would be frowned upon now and… Continue reading Post night shift thoughts on what nursing will look like in 50 years!
So, I'm new to this whole blogging thing. My name is Emily and I've been qualified as a nurse for 2 years now. I fell into nursing accidentally. When I was growing up I knew I wouldn't like an office job and I wanted to help people. After my a-levels, I topped up my UCAS… Continue reading This is me.