Reads

The Bell Lap: Stories for Compassionate Nursing Care A Review

by Judy Schaefer, RN, MA
Our first goal was to create literature, but our second goal was to see what nurses were saying. Because as nurses, we’re there through all the shifts, we’re at the bedside 24/7, we’re closest to the frailty and the intimacy of the patient, and that’s been a fairly silent place.

Speaking Out of the Silence: An Interview with Nurse Poet Judy Schaefer

by Linda Kobert
Our first goal was to create literature, but our second goal was to see what nurses were saying. Because as nurses, we’re there through all the shifts, we’re at the bedside 24/7, we’re closest to the frailty and the intimacy of the patient, and that’s been a fairly silent place.

The Rhyme and Reason of Uncertainty and Doubt

by Daniel Becker
It took me a few years of medical school to realize that listening to patients takes more than a stethoscope. You’d think someone on the faculty would have mentioned that in the first week of medical school.