I fell running about 6 weeks ago, right when COVID-19 hit Houston. I bruised my left hip and fell on my left hand. I decided I would take care of it myself, after all I AM A NURSE. I wrapped my wrist and took some ibuprofen, applied ice and kept going. The swelling did notContinue reading “My trip to the Doctor”
Author Archives: Dr. Marilyn Crosby, PhD, MBA, MSN RN
HOW ABOUT SOME HUMOR ?
Nurses have a strange sense of humor….
HOW TO AVOID CROSS CONTAMINATION
This nurse demonstrates the dangers of cross contamination while wearing gloves. Avoid cross contamination and please was your hands! Keeping you informed.
Day 49 of Working at Home
I am fortunate enough as a registered nurse to work at home during this pandemic. Today is international Nursing Day, May 12, 2020. I would be re missed not to think about my colleagues and peers working in the trenches. Concerns of COVID-19 We don’t know when this pandemic will end but the mental effectsContinue reading “Day 49 of Working at Home”
Happy Nurses Day!
The American Nurses Association (ANA) stated 2020 is the year of the nurse, Today is Nurses Day, May 6th, and International Nurses Day is May 12th. I want to wish all my peers and colleagues Happy Nurses Day! Nurses have been deemed hero’s during COVID-19, and it’s appreciated. Nurses are doing what they do allContinue reading “Happy Nurses Day!”
What Are You Doing To Reduce Your Stress?
There are many things we can do to reduce stress, and many chose different options that include exercise, meditation, cooking, watching television, movies, or creating something. I engage in many things to manage my stress, that include Zumba, jump roping, bike riding and coloring. Yes, coloring, I shared this with a friend and he saidContinue reading “What Are You Doing To Reduce Your Stress?”
PLEASE WASH YOUR HANDS
Please wash yours, wear a mask and social distance during this pandemic YOUR LIFE DEPENDS ON IT!