While I love writing about my kids, our trips, my crafts, and all the madness life can bring – I also love my job. Being a Family Nurse Practitioner allows me to care, treat, educate, reassure, and motivate patients to return to their optimum health. Since I found myself with too much free time, I wanted to do more with my nursing and nurse practitioner knowledge….and Nursing Decoded was created.
Nursing Decoded was created to share, educate, and collaborate with EVERYONE (patients, caregivers) as well as aspiring nurses, students, care technicians, nurses, APN’s, and all medical providers.
During this crazy time, it has been rewarding to post about all things COVID-19. Check out our resources, info on wearing a mask, and recovering at home.
But there is so much more to healthcare than COVID-19. We will be here both during this pandemic and after to help you the basics. And the complicated stuff. Here are some of the topics we are working on:
- Heart Disease
- Congenital Heart Defects
- Surgery Recovery
- Cancer Diagnosis
- COPD, Respiratory Disease
- Woman’s Health Concerns
- Men’s Health Concerns
- Preventative Care
- Medication Management
- Pediatric Well Care & Sick Care
Medicine and nursing
As Nurse Practitioners, we want to engage and educate people, patients, and providers on how to decode, interpret and navigate our healthcare world through the viewpoint of nursing.
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Our goal is to provide an easily accessible resource that clearly outlines, educates, and informs on various topics of healthcare to help them interpret, decode, and navigate their healthcare world.
Take control of your health and get answers when you have questions. We are here to help.
Please remember- Medical discussions within this blog are for informational and educational purposes only. There is no substitute for the face to face relationship between a medical provider and patient. See your physician, osteopath, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, or other qualified and licensed health care provider regarding any specific questions you have about your personal health or medical condition.