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Stephanie S. Jewett

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Stephanie Shore Jewett, RN, MBA I was born and raised in Iowa and I was very close to my grandparents. I believe nursing was always in my blood, as I would help my grand folks as they started to age. I noticed little things like limping carrying in the groceries, a dirtier house than normal, older... Full Bio
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THOSE AMAZING LITTLE KIDNEYS by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Mar 13 Years ago I was a dialysis nurse and I could not believe what I learned about these little organs ... Read on »
REMOTE CODING; RN VS CCS by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Jan 14 GOOD EVENING READERS – GETTING BACK INTO THINGS AND HAVE A NEW PROJECT ONGOING….. THE TITLE IS RE ... Read on »
JOB SAFETY FOR NURSES by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Jan 02 **** This is a guest post by Kathryn Norcutt.  She has been an active member of the health care com ... Read on »
A Registered Nurse’s Brush With Death by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Jun 22 Good morning all!  By way of introduction, my name is Stephanie Shore Jewett, a proud nursing gradu ... Read on »
HAVE YOU EVER HAD DIPLOPIA? by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Mar 12         Diplopia is a very strange sensation! Commonly referred to as double vision, diplopia can ... Read on »
A-FIB AND CATHETER ABLATION by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Feb 04        There are numerous cardiac arrhythmias, but the most common is called atrial fibrillation, A ... Read on »
RNs WORK FROM HOME! by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Oct 31 I’m just checking in, as I have now been at my new job for a full 6 weeks and I’m loving it!  If ... Read on »
ATTENTION UR NURSES! by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Sep 19 I just returned from a week of training in Las Vegas and I am happy to report all went well; I’ve ... Read on »
PROTECT YOURSELF FROM HPV! by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Aug 07 I was getting my son’s physical for school the other day and the doctor talked to us about HPV.  ... Read on »
RESEARCH AND CLINICAL TRIALS by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Jul 14 I was doing some research on clinical trials and it is much more complex than I dreamed!  First of ... Read on »
EXAMINE NURSING COURSE OPTIONS by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing May 07 This is a guest post by Patricia Walling who is a web content creator with an avid interest in heal ... Read on »
DIFFERENTIATING LUNG SOUNDS by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Apr 18           When I was in nursing school, it was very hard for me to differentiate the types of lung ... Read on »
CHOOSING CNA AS A CAREER OPTION by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Apr 12 This is a guest post by Catherine Bynes. Catherine is a career/ educational blogger and she writes ... Read on »
MENIERE’S DISEASE by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Apr 12 This is a guest post by Maria Rainier, a freelance writer and blogger. _____________________ ... Read on »
TUBERCULOSIS – A CONTAGIOUS KILLER? by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Apr 09    Tuberculosis Bacteria           Is tuberculosis a contagious killer?  Well, it depen ... Read on »
MOVING UP IN NURSING by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Apr 01 Good afternoon all!  It has been awhile and I’m sorry for the delay – today’s post is actually a ... Read on »
GASTRIC (STOMACH) CANCER by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing                 Stomach cancer (also called gastric cancer) is the growth of cancer cells in the lining and wall of the stomach.  These two terms most often refer to s ... Read on »
IDIOPATHIC THROMBOCYTOPENIC PURPURA by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing           I remember as a child, a friend of mine had a disorder called idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura.  It sounded so awful and I thought she was really sick.  How ... Read on »
DIVERTICULOSIS AND YOUR COLON by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing           Diverticulosis is a condition which affects your large intestine, more commonly referred to as the colon.  Nutrition is digested and food is absorbed in the 20 ... Read on »