Top 5 Retired Nurse RSS Feeds

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Retired Nurse RSS Feeds

Here are 5 Best Retired Nurse RSS Feeds you should follow in 2024

1. Debbie-Dabble Blog RSS Feed

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I was an R.N. by profession for 42 years and worked for 37 years on the night shift in a hospital-based Physical Medicine( REHAB) unit until it was shut down in November of 2018. My blog is a reflection of what I love in life so I hope you would be so kind to follow me along my journey!
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2. Write Along with Me RSS Feed

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I started this blog in spring 2010 to center around the fall publication of my career memoir, Caring Lessons A Nursing Professor's Journey of Faith and Self. Since June of 2012, my goal has been to blog, from the perspective of a retired nurse, on writing, growing older, and living in Chicago.
Frequency 1 post / month

3. oldfoolrn RSS Feed

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My name says it all. I'm old, foolish, and a long-ago retired RN. I graduated from an old-school 3-year diploma nursing program in Chicago and was a lifelong bedside nurse. Hopefully, bright young whippersnappers will enjoy some of my memories and experiences. If you would like to learn how to fold and care for a nursing cap or cook a turkey in an autoclave this is your blog.
Frequency 3 posts / year

4. EDNurseasauras RSS Feed

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I completed my BSN in 2011, 34 years after finishing my diploma program. I was a dinosaur then, but have now retired to pass my title of world's oldest nurse still working at the bedside on to someone else. This entire blog is a work of fiction. I make up the most entertaining shit, don't I?
Frequency 1 post / quarter

5. Retirement Planning: One day at a time RSS Feed

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A middle-aged nurse has dreamt of escape from her paying job to a warmer, more relaxing retirement. These escape plans are somewhat working out yet continue to be thwarted on a regular basis.

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