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A Disturbing Conversation Between Nurse Leaders!

***(I’m changing the details to protect privacy.)*** A few days ago, I was sitting with two men, both nurse leaders for LTC facilities.  Bob, Bill, and I were discussing patient-centered care with respect to personal care preferences. Bob:  “Mr. Jones … Continue reading

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Rape Culture and How to End It

by Jane Moore Rape is an epidemic, not to mention one of the top causes of drug addiction. The scars are invisible, and the resulting trauma can never fully heal. Even if you’ve never physically done the act, it’s possible … Continue reading

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