I Am a Critical Care Nurse... Katina Franke

December 2010
Critical Care Nurse;Dec2010, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p88
Academic Journal
An interview with critical care nurse Katina Franke at Tampa General Hospital in Tampa, Florida is presented. When asked why she becomes a nurse, she says that she followed the footsteps of her mother. She states that she has been a critical nurse for over five years and a nurse for seven years. She reveals that the ultimate happiness in her career is realizing that she made a change for her patients and comments that her journey in her profession has been really amazing.


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