Thoughts on “When Someone Threw Coffee on my Face” (by Ruth Frankenfield)
There is some good in the worst of us and some evil in the best of us. When we discover this, we are less prone to hate our enemies. –Martin Luther King, Jr. When Someone Threw Coffee on my Face–by…
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TEAR- a model for grief
TEAR is a simple model to help patients and families process grief:
What do YOU want to read on EON?
Since our beginning in Fall of 2016, we have had some great blog posts from The James Professional Practice department, students, and guest bloggers. Do you remember? The Essence of Nursing (EON) Why Mindfulness Matters See Me As A Person:…
Are your arms wide open? (by guest blogger Lynne Brophy)
Recently my minister gave a very moving sermon which asked a question relevant to nursing: “Are your arms wide open?” When Gini asked this question she meant to ask if our arms were wide open either figuratively or…
Share Your Resilience (by Amy Rettig)
Our new season of Relationship Based Care retreats has begun. Relationship-Based Resilience (RBR) is a one-day retreat allowing interdisciplinary colleagues to engage in the four key relationships of Relationship-Based Care (RBC): Care of self, colleagues, patients/families and the community while building…
The Elevator (by guest blogger Lynne Brophy )
Who knew that a tiny place could be filled with such emotion? It all began the day I saw her, in a wheelchair, wearing a mask and her favorite, colorful pajamas, being pushed by her Mom. She looked very weak…