Why I Stay In Nursing

The climb is part of everyone’s journey

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It was the spring of 1996. I had recently fulfilled my one-year requirement of adult-cardiac nursing and had just started pediatric cardiovascular ICU training. That was all I had wanted to do when I started working as a nurse in 1994 — take care of cardiac kids. Finally, my journey into cardiovascular pediatric nursing had taken its first step.




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Julie Nyhus MSN, FNP-BC

Julie Nyhus MSN, FNP-BC

Nurse practitioner, health/medical writer, wife, momma, amazing badass rocking 10 years without evidence of cancer! www.nprush.com Twitter @joolzfnp

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