Monthly Archives: March 2014

I Don’t Know

I don’t know more things that I do know. It’s a simple fact of being a nurse practitioner. Even the things that I do know or recognize, sometimes, it’s hard to recognize that I do, in fact, know what’s going … Continue reading

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Highs and Lows

I had to make my first call to Child Protective Services this week. A young woman disclosed abuse, and I am a mandatory reporter. In nursing school we learn the words, the situations that we must report, and I’ve had … Continue reading

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Show Me the Evidence!

It’s a little tough staying up to date and integrated into debates happening in the birth world when you work solely in GYN, but a blog I read often, Science and Sensibility, is one of the best to keep involved … Continue reading

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Frustrations

Some of you may get the impression from reading this blog that every day in clinic I come home with a beaming smile, happily learning new skills, and loving every moment of providing reproductive health care. Well, I am going … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life, As Told by GIFs

I haven’t even finished my coffee yet, I open my e-appointment book and see that there’s 28 patients on the schedule, and four folks with symptoms for STIs all scheduled in the same hour.    So I settle into my … Continue reading

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