Posts Tagged: nurses

To Teach and Empower: My Role as a Home Health Nurse

Most types of nursing involve similar responsibilities — monitoring patients’ conditions, administering medications, maintaining records, and educating patients and their families. But for home health nurses, those responsibilities are paired with a unique challenge and opportunity: visiting patients in their homes and caring for them independently. To be a home health nurse, you’re called upon… Read more »

Once a Patient, Now a Life-Saver: My Care Changes Lives

Stephanie Gray, Professional Staff Nurse, UPMC Susquehanna Muncy

If you have ever set foot into the medical world, then you have probably been impacted by the work of a nurse. All across the country, nurses are the caretakers, advocates, teachers, and friends who make caring happen. Come along with us as we open the doors to the world of nursing. What does it… Read more »

The International Impact of Nurses: My Care Changes Lives

If you have ever set foot into the medical world, then you have probably been impacted by the work of a nurse. All across the country, nurses are the caretakers, advocates, teachers, and friends who make caring happen. Come along with us as we open the doors to the world of nursing. What does it… Read more »