The only special interests that nurses have are our patients.
When I think of Labor Day I remember the working class heroes who have built our society and have won so many of the rights we enjoy: paid holidays, overtime compensation, child labor laws and the ability to come together as a voice for fairness. Today I read that President Obama passed a measure forContinue reading “Labor Day: Creating a Healthy Work Culture “
Whether or not you agree with Sony’s recent reactions to North Korea’s threats, freedom of speech is a human right that many Americans have sacrificed their lives for. Granted, I don’t have to like what other people say about a subject but I have the right to speak my opinion. After all, I don’t makeContinue reading “What Nurses Want and Need for Christmas”
Nurses are gaining momentum for a huge revolution in health care delivery. Like our founders sought, freedom from greed and oppression is hard but a worthy cause. At the time of the American Revolution Great Britain was a huge force of power. That didn’t stop the original thirteen American colonies from revolting and eventually winningContinue reading “Go Fourth! Celebrate Independence from Tyranny Like a Nurse”
The state of health care costs in the U. S is completely out of control and unmanageable.. Some folks are getting bids for surgery, depending on the specialty like a by-pass, as far away as India. Desperate times call for desperate measures?
Why are Labor Pains necessary? That’s what readers of my book will find out. But you don’t have to be a reader to get answers because I will be interviewed on LIVE Radio! That’s right Rita Batchley RN, The Nurses Nurse, is being interviewed on “RNFM Radio: On the Pulse of Nursing “, the most popularContinue reading “Why Labor Pains are Necessary”
By the time you’re reading this all the hoopla is over and the Sea Hawks are home with a Super Bowl ring and an extra $90,000 per player. As a Peyton Manning fan, I rooted for the Broncos; but it goes to show that even one of the greatest quarterbacks of this decade can’tContinue reading “What the Super Bowl Teaches Nurses About Winning Big”
I don’t know about you but I cry every time I hear or read Martin Luther King Jr’s, I have a Dream Speech. His words in 1963 still resonate with passion of a world of equality and connectedness where every nurse goes whenever they enter their workplace to care for the sick and needy. TheContinue reading “How the Spirit of MLK Guides Nursing Practice”
I’m always surprised when someone asks: “What’s a Nurses’Nurse? Maybe it’s because I’ve been an RN for so long that my perceptions are biased by eyes that are constantly assessing and looking for remedies to multi-faceted problems. This makes for the assumption that everyone else is doing the same thing and watching out for eachContinue reading “Are you a Nurses’ Nurse?”
Ventura, County Star said retired sheriff, Bob Brooks, is suing for a boost to his $200,000/yr pension.As a nurse I’ll be lucky to reach the poverty line when I retire.