Peu de temps après mon arrivée en pédopsychiatrie j’ai reçu le/la plus jeune patient.e que j’avais eu jusqu’à maintenant.
J’oublierai jamais cette pépite qu’il/elle m’a sortie, car c’est ce qui m’a permis de me dire que j’étais bien à ma place ici, que j’étais faite pour la pédopsychiatrie et que j’adorais y travailler.
Ça n’a pas été simple d’accéder à mon « job de rêve ». Il s’est passé 4 ans et demi, avant que je puisse le réaliser. 4 ans et demi où j’ai beaucoup appris en faisant autre chose (unité fermée pour adulte, protocole de recherche clinique hospitalier…), je croyais m’enfermer dans un seul style de pratique, avec une seule population et m’éloigner ainsi de mon objectif qui était de travailler avec des ados en psychiatrie. Mais non. J’ai été patiente (peut-être même trop à un certain moment) ; ça a été difficile de prendre la décision de ne rester qu’à mi-temps dans un service que j’aime beaucoup, mais il n’y avait pas d’autres solutions pour accéder à ce « job de rêve ».
Aujourd’hui, je suis très fière de moi. J’ai réussi à atteindre ce que je voulais : Travailler en intra hospitalier en psychiatrie « jeunes adultes/Adultes périnat’ » et en CMP en pédopsychiatrie.
On a tous un « job de rêve » en sortant de la fac. Parfois on le réalise très vite, parfois ça prend plus de temps de le construire et de l’atteindre. Mais quoi qu’il arrive, nous apprenons de nos expériences même si elles ne sont pas tout à fait ce qu’on voulait au départ. N’ayez pas peur de vous enfermer dans une population ou dans une pratique. L’avantage de se former en continue c’est que rien n’est figé. ✨
Et vous ? C’est quoi la petite phrase qui vous a confirmé que vous étiez à votre place dans votre boulot ? ✨
Est-ce-que vous avez des craintes similaires en tant que futur.es diplômé.es ? ✨...
The only baptisms I’ve ever done are for babies who have died in the hospital.
There are arguments against this. If infant baptism is “theologically sound.” And I’m not ordained so I’m not supposed to. I used to care about that. I only ask now: What does the family need?
I’ve seen enough dying. I’m only interested in what carries us. Circles of religion can be so insular, shouting while real life is happening. Keep me where people are.
The only theology that matters in the end
is not the one you must prove
but the one that carries you through.
We have Buddhist chaplains who do the Lord’s Prayer with Christian patients when requested, as a way to honor them.
I never want to hear another evangelical say “faith over fear” if their faith is too weak to offer what’s needed. That sort of “faith” fails its own standard.
I have a simple litmus test for theology, philosophy, self-help, sermons. Will it matter to one of my dying patients and their families? Maybe that’s basic and unfair. But that litmus test has simplified and clarified my faith. Filtered out the noise.
If it doesn’t work in the end, I don’t know how it would work at the start. If it doesn’t work for the wounded, it won’t make you whole. If it means a lot of arguing and posturing, honestly, I’m too tired to care. Leave it out of the patient’s room and keep it on your platform.
About my faith right now, I’ve said it before and I’ll say again:
The last few years, I’ve lost my faith twice. I used to think it was something I had to hold up. But I learned it is something that holds me.
It is not “If I had faith then I wouldn’t be so depressed/anxious/afraid.”
But it’s always been that my last tiniest shred of faith kept me going through the depression, anxiety, fear.
And I wonder if I ever *lost* my faith, when instead I gave up a false take that wouldn’t survive with me.
On days like today when I doubt God and doubt myself, I look back and I have to believe God was there. I wish I had been gentler on myself the days I doubted, because I believe that every time, God was gentle with me....
Do you use ketamine routinely in your ICU or ED ...
Do you use ketamine routinely in your ICU or ED practice?
Perhaps you should! 👆
See why in new data in story!
Featured in International Society for Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine Program as a Highlighted Lecture vital to improving current ICU care and practice. Honored to share new data and my personal patient experience with how ketamine alleviated suffering for me as a patient and it’s new role a key alternative sedative in COVID19 patients on ventilator. And…it reduces patient PTSD post-ICU!
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HÔTEL - DIEU
des Hospices Civils de Beaune
Is a hospital built in 1443 for the poor and is therefore sometimes called "Palace for the Poor." The elderly, invalids, orphans, sick, pregnant women and the poor had free access from the Middle Ages to the 20th century.
In 1966 the film "La Grande Vadrouille" with Bourvil and Louis de Funès was shot there.
Every year there is an auction of wine sales for charity and which also finances the maintenance of the buildings.
Have been hesitant to share, but I was admitted to my hospital 🏥 last night with a small bowel obstruction... Always makes me feel quite scared and vulnerable - I am sure many of you know this feeling all too well.
This has been a very challenging and painful one. All of you who have been through these obstructions know what I am talking about sadly. May be undergoing a stoma scope and procedure later today to assess cause of obstruction- they are quite unpleasant. Has anyone ever had one out there?
These are always anxiety producing because you never know which obstruction will lead to the next major surgery. I only have 160 cm of small bowel so I can not lose anymore.
It is so humbling to realize how quickly I go from doctor to patient and the anxiety that having no control over your life and care brings.
I used all the tricks I know to break up the obstruction - including drinking grape 🍇 juice- with a little luck (still nauseated) Have been able to refuse NG tube so far...we will see.
Tässä on varmasti monelle helsinkiläiselle tuttu paikka! 😄
Kuvassa ollaan Naistenklinikan edustalla vuonna 1949. Kaksi naista kävelee ramppia alas ja toinen pitelee sylissään vauvaa.
Naistenklinikka avattiin Helsingin Meilahteen jo vuonna 1934. Valmistuessaan se oli Euroopan suurin synnytys- ja naistentautien klinikka. Nykyisinkin Naistenklinikka on Suomen suurin synnytyssairaala.
Two women and a newborn baby walking away from The Women’s Hospital in Helsinki, 1949.
Eino Heinonen, Helsingin kaupunginmuseo, 1949, CC BY 4.0.
Patient Experience - Sunshine Coast University Hospital 4C
'I arrived at SCUH as a very unwell lady, both physically and mentally. I was not judged but treated with respect, care, understanding and dignity!
'My treatment started immediately. Doctor’s visits were prompt and full of clear explanations about both my plan of care and what they expected my outcome to be both in hospital and when I went home.
'All nursing staff were caring, patient, understanding and quick to help or provide me with what I needed. Good at listening too. As well as food services, most polite! Cleaning services too (cleaning and wardies). Food was exceptional and rooms, amenities of high standard.'
Hospital staff bow to an organ donor!! 🙏🏼✊🏼
Huge respect and appreciation to a medical staff of an organ-donation operation that bow to pay tribute to a young organ donor who has saved multiple human lives.
Medicine requires humanity, and sometimes humanity is well served!
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🥳 Happy National Patient Transport Week to our ...
🥳 Happy National Patient Transport Week to our Transport Team! Transporters play a vital role in patient flow, patient care, the overall patient experience, and should be proud of the work they do! We appreciate you! 👍
#Transport #TransportWeek #PatientExperience #WVUMedicine #CamdenClark...
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Hospital 보다 구체적으로 병원에 대해 얘기하고 싶을 때 오늘 배운 표현을 활용해보아요!
💁영어는 직접 써보고 말해야 기억에 남는 거 아시죠?
오늘 배운 표현을 활용해서 댓글로 남겨보세요!
#영어 #영어회화 #영어공부 #영어단어 #일상영어 #생활영어 #영어표현 #스피킹 #회화공부 #오늘의표현 #공스타그램 #일상 #데일리 #소통 #맞팔 #좋아요 #팔로우 #선팔 #미국영어 #인스타그램 #hospital...
Ambulatory Care and Cotton Rooms patient James, ...
Ambulatory Care and Cotton Rooms patient James, recently recruited a whole lot of work colleagues to run in the Royal Parks Half for HCC! They did an amazing job and raised £5000! Thank you James and the gang! James wanted to thank the staff in AC for the treatment and care he's receiving!
HEALTH UPDATE: Thanks to all who sent the incredible well wishes and kind words while I was hospitalized recently with a small bowel obstruction! Thankfully I did not need surgey!
I am out of the hospital and back on the bike 🚴 and working out 🏋️♀️ again thankfully as well! This is the best way I know to recover- taking my life back and showing my illness it is not in control.
It took almost 5 days for obstruction to resolve, but with some catheter irrigation of my stoma (I did on my own in hospital) followed by some orange juice and stretches and positioning on my side in bed it opened up.
I am still a little sore- but feeling much better and back working in the ICU this week. It is helpful to care for others less fortunate with their illness and makes me thankful for all the support I have.
Thanks to all again- the Instagram ostomy and health community is inspiring and helped keep me strong even when my wife and family could not visit!
You all inspire me!
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This Monday I had my port-a-cath exchanged - meaning the one I had implanted previously in 2016 was replaced by a new PowerPort.
A port-a-cath, also referred to as a port, is an implanted device which allows easy access to a patient’s veins. A port is surgically inserted completely beneath the skin and consists of two parts – the portal and the catheter.
The portal, made of special self-sealing silicone, can be punctured by a needle repeatedly before the strength of the material is compromised. Its design contributes to a very low risk of infection.
The slender, plastic catheter attached to the portal is threaded into a central vein (usually the jugular vein, subclavian vein, or the superior vena cava).
Ports are indicated for patients requiring frequent and long-term intravenous therapy.
For me; I mostly use my port during Distal Intestinal Obstruction Syndrome episodes - for hydration and diabetic management when I’m unable to eat (dextrose can be given in an liquid form through my port to prevent hypoglycemia and DKA).
This year I have also used my port for monoclonal antibody treatment (when I was Covid-19 positive) and antibiotic therapy when I had a blood stream infection.
The difference between a PowerPort and a regular Port is that the PowerPort can withstand higher pressure infusions (such as contrast dye during CT scans).
•Easy and Quick access with less pain
•Longevity of Device use
•Reduction of Infection risk
•Able to give multiple treatments at once
•Convenience of medication administration
*When getting a port always ask for your port card and booklet so you are knowledgeable about which type of port you have. This will allow you to advocate for which treatments can and cannot be given through it.
Also always remember that the port requires monthly flushes to keep the line open.*
Audrey Wendt, a Spectrum Health Butterworth emergency nurse, made a delivery of 250 balloons to Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital this afternoon. Wendt started a group called We Do Care GR that focuses on doing kind things in the community.
The group gathered the balloons and residents of Heron Woods Manor helped blow up the balloons for the children. They transported the balloons in a bus along with donated toys and stuffed animals.
“My goal is that every child in the hospital gets a balloon for Valentine’s Day. Children are the light of our community,” Wendt said.
#ChildrensHealth #ChildrensHospital #GrandRapids #GRMI #PatientExperience #ValentinesDay...
Ir al hospital todas las semanas, incluido algún ...
#LaRepúblicaLD l A una semana de la alerta epidemiológica emitida por la Dirección General de Epidemiología (Digepi) donde advierte sobre el aumento de enfermedades por las lluvias e inundaciones, entre ellas el dengue, la cantidad de infantes registrados en el Hospital Infantil doctor Robert Reid Cabral con la enfermedad asciende a casi dos decenas.
Debido a las torrenciales lluvias del 4 de noviembre, la Digepi emitió una alerta por la crecida de ríos, cañadas y aguas posadas que podrían convertirse en criaderos de mosquitos.
Conforme a informaciones suministradas a periodistas de Listín Diario por el centro médico al día de ayer tenían registrados 16 pacientes.
Lisa Renau, practice manager, Department of Medicine at MountSinaiMorningside, cannot say enough about the professionalism and commitment to patient care demonstrated by Diane Kowchai, front desk coordinator at Mount Sinai Doctors-638 Columbus Avenue, Primary Care.
Diane’s commitment to the welfare of her patients has roots in her childhood. “From a very young age, I always had a passion and desire to help others,” Diane says. “Having the opportunity to work directly with patients is a dream come true. I want each and every patient experience to be something they remember forever because I am able to assist them with their needs while providing the best service possible.”
*on a calm day, when the sun already shines through your window, you slowly open your eyes and look around. You realize that you are in a hospital room, wearing a typical hospital coat. You can’t remember how you got there and as you try to remember what happened, the door to your room gets opened and a beautiful, silver haired nurse enters your room and puts some medical equipment to the side. As she sees, that you are awake, she turns towards you and bows in front of you with a smile*
Ahh, you are finally awake, I’m glad to see that, my name is Prinz Eugen, I’m your personal nurse that takes care of you from now on~
I’m sure you have a lot of questions and I’m trying to help you remember everything~
For now, please rest a bit more and I will tell you everything you wanna know pretty soon~ ❤️
*Eugen gets closer to you and rubs your cheek before putting some medicine next to you and then she leaves your room again, leaving you a bit confused*
[Prinz Eugen from Azur Lane]
⚠️ Non of this Art is mine! Credit goes out to the creators! Check out the Artists and support them!⚠️
⚠️ Both Arts by luse maonang ⚠️
Just tell me if you want it removed ^^
❤️My lovely Wife:
💖my lovely Ganyu: _cocogoat.ganyu_
Cute Fatui Girl:
🤍 arlecchino_knave_ 🤍
My beautiful sisters: _ayanami_azurlane_ 💜
My adorable little twins:
DM me if you wanna Roleplay hehe ^^
#azurlane #azur #prinzeugen #ironblood #ship #waifus #anime #germany #kriegsmarine #war #cute #battleship #swimsuit #bikini #powerful #ww2 #uniform #teasing #nurse #hospital
(And yes! This is ww2 related, it’s the German Heavy Cruiser from the Kriegsmarine, so stop crying around, thank you!)...
Final chance for the speaker: You are only a few ...
Final chance for the speaker: You are only a few steps away from purchasing a ticket to an event that has brought together diverse perspectives and outstanding speakers to examine the most recent evidence and progress in the disciplines of healthcare, patient safety, and nursing. As soon as possible, register as a speaker. for the CME/CPD/CE accredited 11th American Healthcare Summit on November 15-18, 2022 in San Francisco, USA. Note: We have Left with Only 1 Online Speaker slot Hurry up! Today is the last day of registration deadline. To attend an online speaker register here: https://health.universeconferences.com/online-registration/ #Healthconference #PatientExperience #QualityandSafety #DigitalInnovation #Precare #Communicationhealth #healthTechnology #Healthcare #OutcomesResearch #healthservices #pharmacy #familydoctor...
"On our recent visit to Maui, our adult son suffered a stroke on the first day of our arrival including loss of use of his left hand and fingers, left arm, and left leg. The excellent urgent response from the medic and ambulance service got our son to Maui Memorial Medical Centre quickly. Maui Memorial took over and through the thorough, caring, expert medical care and attention given to our son by all involved with his care, our son regained the use of all his extremities and was discharged within 5 days of his admittance. And in time he will regain his strength and return to the fulsome life he was living before his stroke. Our sincerest thanks to the many doctors, nurses, technicians, and support staff who gave our son the full attention he needed. We will be forever grateful to this excellent hospital and its terrific staff."
Continuing this month of gratitude with a note from, Dennis. Mahalo Dennis for your kind words!
If you would also like to share a note of gratitude with our staff. please visit mauihealth.org/mahalo or click the link in our bio. #ThankfulThursday...
“It was informative and engaging. Meredith is an...
“It was informative and engaging. Meredith is an amazing lecturer.”— Kat, Billing Specialist
Our CEO and VP, Meredith, had the privilege of instilling our core value of “delivering unparalleled service” in our newer team members by leading the patient experience in-service training this past Friday.
It goes without saying that our team constantly strives to exceed all our patients’ expectations and make their next visit better than their last.
Call 561-819-3100 to set up an appointment and experience it for yourself.
#patients #patientsfirst #patientexperience #customerservice #customerservicetraining #inservice #training #corevalues #team #workfam #rheumatology #sportsmedicine #healthcare #medicalpractice #delraybeach #southflorida #callustoday #appointments...
On this day in 2004, I had the most amazing hairdresser based at #CharlotteMaxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital 🇿🇦 tell me there was no way she would let me shave my hair off because of the blood, car and road debris stuck in it.
She brushed my hair, piece by piece for three days solid so I could go back to my bed in ICU feeling better about myself, which I did.
I went back to Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital after we finished my facial reconstruction in 2013 to thank Rachel in her salon.
A great employee experience leads to a great customer experience! Just ask our Patient Access Services team. The group received a visit by our Chief Experience Officer Sven Gierlinger, who offered a quick lesson on creating memorable, meaningful and purposeful moments for the patients we serve.
💬 “Thank you so much for hosting me. Incredible day yesterday spending time with your leaders and team members at PAS,” said Sven. “It was awesome to see up close all the great work you and your team are doing to improve patient experience. Big shout out to Patty, Debbie and Kaya! I was truly impressed with their skills, kindness and professionalism when I listened in on calls with patients.”
SOUND ON: Kansas City chiefs running back and former Bishop McDevitt player shadymccoy stopped by Penn State Children’s Hospital to visit patients and their families — but one philadelphiaeagles fan got a bonus during his stop. Watch this clip from McCoy's visit.
This #feedbackfriday we share how a patient found their experience and level of care after visiting Mr Saurabh Phadnis consultant gynaecologist & gynaecological oncologist and Jennifer Byrne, clinical nurse specialist.
“I've used London Gynaecology on a number of occasions and it's always such an amazing service from the moment of booking the appointment. Nurse Jennifer Byrne is wonderful at putting you at ease and is kind caring and considerate. She went above and beyond to alleviate my worries, such a talented nurse. Mr Phadnis takes the time to listen to concerns and calm nerves of what can be an unnerving experience. I cannot say how grateful I am to both Nurse Byrne and Mr Phadnis, I would recommend them to anyone looking for clarity with a fantastic level of care.”
We are really pleased to hear this feedback. We have a dedicated nursing team led by Jennifer on site at our modern clinic in the historic Austin Friars Square, near Liverpool St to support patients and put them at ease during their appointment and throughout their visit. Equally, at our location at the Portland Hospital, patients will be supported and chaperoned by a caring and dedicated team of nurses who are on hand to assist you. We are also pleased to offer Nurse-led appointments in the City of London
To find out more about our team, services or to learn more about the many gynaecological conditions we see patients for, tap the link in our bio.
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