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Looking Death in the Face – The Story of a Naïve Nurse
Posted on October 8, 2015 by Greet Grief
I draw the shortest straw among the three night nurses on my unit. Despite that I have less than six-months on the job, I’m the one floating to another floor (going to a different unit that you aren’t usually assigned … Continue reading →
Posted in caregiving, death, Grief, grief at work, growth, Lessons from others, My story | Tagged Arkansas Times, cemetary, David Koon, death, disease, dying, HIV-AIDS, homophobia, hospital, Nurse, race, Religion, Ruth Coker Burks, sexual orientation, treatment | 6 Comments