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Monday, January 20, 2020

Chaunie Brusie, BSN, RN

Chaunie Brusie is a Registered Nurse from Michigan with experience in labor and delivery, long-term care, and critical care nursing. Her work as a health journalist has appeared in outlets such as The Washington Post, Glamour, SELF, and more.

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Simple steps such as chart review, open body language and reading emotional cues can help foster a better connection.
As you head into a new decade, we encourage you to choose a few resolutions that can help you be a healthier, happier version of yourself.
It’s been a year, hasn’t it? From record-breaking numbers of school shootings to political divisions across the country to the possible third...
You didn't pick a career in healthcare because you expected to be thanked all the time. But it doesn't hurt...
Conflict and miscommunication are inevitable parts of life, and in healthcare settings, where life-and-death situations are always around the corner, they're even more amplified.

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