Empowering Nurses at the Bedside and in Business

Archive: Apr 2023

Secrets To Networking

One of the best ways to get business is to network and in doing that, there are some secrets you need to know. Secret #1: People don’t come to a networking event to buy your product or service.  They came to sell you theirs. The key to networking is to create a relationship and then, after the event, set up […]

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Nurses Speak Up

  You may recall that previously I had written about Julie Griffin RN, a cardiovascular ICU nurse (CV ICU) who was working at an HCA Healthcare hospital in Plantation, Florida near Miami.   Ms. Griffin claims she was fired from her position as retaliation for making whistleblower complaints about short staffing at the facility.  She was required to care for 3 […]

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Good Nurses Gone Bad

Unfortunately, there are some bad nurses who work right alongside the thousands of good nurses. A 29-year-old registered nurse was working in the neonatal intensive care unit of Good Samaritan Hospital in Long Island, New York when a father of one of the infants was filming his infant child through the glass. As he was filming his crying baby, he […]

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Polarity in Nursing

Polarity is the principle that everything has two poles, good and bad, love and hate, attraction and disconnection, and scarcity and abundance. Everything exists at the same time, so we can see people living in abject poverty in tent communities all over the country.  And then we see the royals and celebrities with massive wealth and abundance.  Both sides are […]

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Nurse involved in George Floyd type case


Criminal charges against nurses just keep on coming.  It’s a devastating trend and, in 2020, a nurse and 7 California Highway Patrol officers (CHP) were charged with involuntary manslaughter and assault in the death of a man who had been court ordered to have his blood drawn. I’m not sure why it took so long for this particular case to […]

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