April 21st, 2017
Brainstorm: Are Subarachnoid Hemorrhages Affected by the Weather?
Harrison Reed, PA-C
When I walked into the ICU and stared at the roster of current patients, my jaw hit the floor. “Ho-lee cow,” I said as I scanned the list of diagnoses. The entire unit was full of patients with hemorrhages in their skulls. “Yeah, man.” The physician finishing the previous night’s shift leaned back in his chair. “Didn’t […]
April 6th, 2016
Providers Need Care Too
Scott Cuyjet, RN, MSN, FNP-C
As a nurse practitioner, I was taught to not be too emotional or share too much about myself with my patients so as not to make the clinical visit about me. I have learned over time that being emotional and sharing does not come easily for me, nor is it always in the best interest […]