I Am a Critical Care Nurse ... Michelle Lemke

October 2010
Critical Care Nurse;Oct2010, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p84
Academic Journal
An interview with Californian critical care nurse Michelle Lemke is presented. It is stated that her reason for being a nurse is that she always wanted to help other people and appreciates helping patients and their families, while using her critical thinking and judgment skills to bring patients' health back to a better state. It also mentions that faithful care and critical judgment play a large part in patient's recovery.


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