ER Journal of Nursing

What’s the Deal With Being Unprepared?  Patient’s Should Know...

What’s the Deal With Being Unprepared? Patient’s Should Know...

Tags: cardiac emergency emergency department emergency room ER experiences

My husband has had 2 chest pain events within a week. As a nurse working primarily in cardiac nursing most of my career, I knew that any family member entering the arena of chest pain treatment would bear the wrath of my watchful eye. This has been An eye-opening, untoward (in my opinion), experience and an experience that can become a learning moment for many, as my skilled eye in emergency room settings can cause “jading” of an experience, but the perception should carry forward.

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One Day, One Shift, One Year

One Day, One Shift, One Year

Tags: birth delivering a baby emergency department Emergency nurse ER restroom

Nurse's experience of delivering a baby in the restroom of an ED.

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Not Just Another Day

Not Just Another Day

Tags: car accident death emergency room ER multiple injuries PACU saying goodbye

Brief story about helping someone say goodbye and knowing their loved one was cared for.

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Health and Law

Health and Law

Tags: Ambulance Case Study emergency department emergency room ER health law

This legal case study involves a young woman who presented ambulatory to the emergency room with a gunshot wound to the head.

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