As medical professionals we often see people at their worst: battered and broken, bothered and in pain, no make-up, bad hair day, naked and too ill to even care about modesty. At those critical moments, in our patients' hour of desperation, they hand over their lives to us … and the lives of their family. All that they are -- they willingly place at our mercy. At times, burnout, and ...


I remember just moving to Atlanta and having breakfast with a new-found friend I had met while working at a hospital as a registered nurse. The food at our chosen eatery was far from great. But I must say, my friend’s enthusiasm for life, specifically living in Atlanta, was fulfilling enough to make me forget the chef's lackluster culinary skills. She was warm, outgoing, adventurous, somewhat inquisitive — just what ...


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