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Aida Dabreo MSN, FNP-BC, FNP-C, CCRN, LNC Family nurse practitioner originating from Brooklyn NYC. Aida holds multiple certifications and has studied at some of the most prestigious educational institutions in the country . She spends long hours in the hospital in the management role...

The Doctors becomes #TheNurses! Tune into Doctorstv as they hand the stage over to their medical partners. #NursesUnite Check us out on @thedoctorstv tomorrow AM !!! ?? @asknursealice @nursemendoza @missamericaco check us out on tomorrow's episode of "the doctors" the nurse takeover? A video posted by "Nurse...

Check out my recent interview on JBsFoodforThought, where I answer the following: What cities have you lived in as a Travel Nurse? How do you handle situations when you don’t know something? What compelled you to start TheResilientNurse.com? What are your passions and when did you know? What do you...

Hey nurse Mo, my name is Michelle and I am not a nurse but I am a fellow health care provider. I have just finished my 2nd year as a doctor of physical therapy student and am currently on my second clinical internship at an...

LAUGH !!  Laughter is proven to activate and relieve your stress response  and sooth tension . During , before or after work I like to laugh!  I may call one of my very funny friends or listen to my favorite comedian on you tube .  Keep a...

Exercise after work !  Sometimes we get a huge  adrenaline rush after our shift is complete ,especially those night shifters . Try going for a walk , jog or stretching to burn off some off that extra energy....

Take 5 minutes out of your busy stressful day and sit with your patient . You can engage in a bit of small talk ,sit quietly and even hold their hand. Your presence will be appreciated and it will give you a break from all...