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Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

2020 Year of the Nurse – August Edition

Posted August 10, 2020
For starters, thank you for giving me this opportunity to be able to participate in this 2020-year of the nurse! What type of nurse are you?  Currently, my full-time job [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

10 Nursing Podcasts You Should Be Listening To

Posted July 24, 2020
Author: Nursehive Have a favorite podcast? You know, the one you put on when you’re working around the house, on your commute, or getting your exercise session in. How about [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

2020 Year of The Nurse – July Edition

Posted July 1, 2020
What Type of Nurse Are you? I have specialized as a pediatric trach and vent home care nurse for 6 years. How Long Have You Been A Nurse? I have [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

Top 5 Strength Training Exercises for Nurses

Posted June 29, 2020
Nursing is not only a caring type of profession but an extremely physical one as well. It’s important that nurses maintain strength and endurance for their 12-hour shifts and beyond. [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

Top 5 Shoes for Female and Male Nurses

Posted May 31, 2020
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that nurses are on their feet…A LOT!  Nurses put on many miles in one day, so finding the perfect shoe to [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

COVID-19: The Nurse Perspective

Posted May 22, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for all of us.  Adjusting to a new way of life is not easy. However, it is impossible for “non-healthcare providers” to truly grasp [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

5 Tips for Nurses to Get Better Sleep

Posted May 17, 2020
Being a nurse is exhilarating and quite frankly exhausting.  You work long hours on your feet and have people’s lives in your hands – no pressure, right?  Nurses need adequate [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

5 Ways Nurses Can Keep Tabs On Their Mental Health

Posted May 1, 2020
As healthcare professionals, you are trained and capable to handle whatever is thrown at you, but one of your best attributes is that you are human. The human element brings [...] Read More
Emily Reise
The "Social Media Queen"

Nurse Gift Ideas

Posted February 6, 2020
There are so many unique nurse gift options, whether you are celebrating a birthday, graduation or simply expressing a gesture of thanks.  In this blog, we are going to explore [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

Male Nurses: What You Need to Know

Posted January 21, 2020
The nursing profession needs people that are dedicated to the care of others – male or female.  There is a perception that nursing is only a female profession, but that [...] Read More

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