Category Archives: Speech Pathology
I must live without sound from a human face of someone I know. I live on muttered syllables. We’ve lived, for generations, according to the power of one omniscient mirror. That this mirror has undergone eclipse and, along with … Continue reading
Nurses working in the community need an additional skill set, than that of nurses working in an acute care setting. A number of concepts help the nurse working in the community to think, feel and perform nursing differently.
If nurse A who has spoken prolifically on subject X says Y is true, then Y must be true. Operating under this premise, if we find that what nurse A says does not make sense to us, we tend to … Continue reading
A good nurse is created, not born. On their first day of their nursing program, when I address my new students, I tell them their lives will never be the same. As students, you become a role model for your … Continue reading