Sylvia’s children are making decisions without consulting her, and she’s asked Mary Maxwell to help. Mary’s very matter-of-fact speech to the children serves as an excellent (and humorous) example of how to put your foot down.
Mary Maxwell is known for her honest and humorous take on aging. Now, she is answering questions sent in by seniors with the same deadpan sense of humor.
You can listen to more Lynn Ruth on Nurse Talk’s In My Day segment.
This is what happens when finals come sneaking around the corner, when you know the semester is almost over, when you can’t quite take it anymore, and when all of Baylor Louis Herrington School of Nursing cuts footloose!
Posted on YouTube by Debbie Day, she says, “This is a song I wrote for a church talent show. My roommate and I got to perform it at our college’s “guitars unplugged” performance. It was lots of fun! By the way, we really are registered […]
The UAB ER rap was concepted and created by ER nurses for a National Nurses’ Week contest and celebration. UAB nurses and other staff members are featured in the video.
Seattle Children’s Hospital ICU nurses win a video competition singing their version of Dancing Queen. Written and Produced by Diane Gates, RN, CCRN. Directed and Edited by Jon Ward.
The fans of Dance Out Diabetes (DOD) wanted to take on Ellen’s Dance Dare challenge, wherein she challenged viewers to submit video of themselves dancing behind people. They did it San Francisco style and with a double dare back to Ellen. We like your style […]