• Kindle Countdown Sale for Home Health Book Starts January 31

    Anyone interested in learning more about intermittent skilled home healthcare should explore this deal. My book, Exploring the Home Health Care Experience, is available in Kindle format for 99 cents for 7 days only: From 8AM PST January 31, 2019 through 12PM February 7, 2019 (Regular Kindle price is $9.99) It’s a KINDLE COUNTDOWN DEAL https://www.amazon.com/b?ie=UTF8&node=7078878011  

  • Review: Tina Marrelli Does it Again!

    I was thrilled to “meet” Tina Marrelli this past year through emails. She has always inspired me as a home health care nurse and as an author of the best books to guide us through the day-to-day caregiving and documentation. As anyone who has ever experienced home health care knows, the documentation is endless and just might kill you if you let it! Help is always appreciated! Tina has managed to make home health and hospice make sense and encourage nurses to strive to improve their  documentation as well as strive to provide the best quality patient-centered care for their home health and hospice patients. A few months back, Tina…

  • Review: BioPods Stimsoles Do Help

    A few weeks back, I was approached by a company to test and review a product called BioPods Stimsoles. (Disclosure: I received a complimentary pair.) They make an insole to reduce pain and improve function and ability. There’s some solid science behind it and I was game. I have reviewed my fair share of products over the years. Some are great and some, well they weren’t even worth reviewing. To be honest, I have found that Vionic shoes are my main go-to for comfort and stability for their orthotic/alignment correction and fabulous comfort. So I wasn’t in the market for new shoes or inserts, but… I tried them even in…

  • All You Ever Wanted to Know About Being a Nurse

    Nursing is one of the most satisfying and rewarding career paths out there, and that’s no hollow talk. In fact, a survey from AMN Healthcare showed that nurses are, by and large, satisfied with their career choice, with around 85 percent of nurses reporting emphatic job satisfaction. With a looming shortage of both registered nurses and primary care providers (including nurse practitioners), this is one career path that you can bet will be in serious demand for the foreseeable future. If you’re thinking about becoming a nurse, it’s a good idea to get a general idea of the profession before enrolling in a nursing program. Getting acquainted with the basics…

  • Understanding the Legal Issues that Could Affect your Nursing License

    If you’ve come to find yourself in the unfortunate situation of being arrested, you’re probably scared and filled with anxiety. It’s a terrible experience for anyone. Worse yet, you find out that your career may be on the line all due to an honest mistake. As a nursing professional, it’s important to understand the rules and regulations regarding your license. Knowing how to prevent issues before they occur and what to do after can make all the difference in keeping your license and your livelihood. Criminal convictions can affect your nursing license; they can affect other medical professionals’ licenses as well, such as doctors or therapists.