Caring For The Mental Health Of The Nurses

I wrote a guest post for Law Matheson’s blog about nurses and mental health that you can check out by clicking the link below. I want to thank Law for letting me post on his blog and I hope you guys go over and check out the rest of his posts too- they are really great.

Nurses are so important especially during these times however they also have to deal with death and sickness every day which can really take a toll on ones mental health. These are ways to help them deal with everything that’s going on at the moment.

https://renrising.com/2020/05/12/how-to-care-for-the-mental-health-of-the-nurses-in-your-life-in-these-trying-times-guest-post/

An Interview With Nurse Tasha

Read this awesome post by Tiani and had to reblog it! Her sister is actually a nurse and is working hard during this pandemic to save lives. Check out the interview she did with her sister as well as the information listed about healthcare. And if you want to see a part two of the interview be sure to leave some questions for her sister in the comments!

Tiani Angela

This post is sponsored by :DP HealthNowย 

Did you guys know that Tuesday, April 7th was World Health Day? A day that recognizes nurses, midwives, and other health care workers. I thought it would be cool to actually interview a nurse. Luckily for me, my sister is one of the nurses working on the front lines. We are all so proud of her! img_8646

Before we get into it, I want to give a huge thank you to :DP HealthNow for providing me with a membership.

Now more than ever, we are worried about our health. Telemedicine is a good choice because you can stay home and receive care virtually. It is recommended by the CDC that instead of leaving the house and risking infection, people should call or video chat with a doctor using a service like Teladoc!

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