NurSerial: Nursing.Wisdom.

High quality and thought-provoking healthcare news.

The articles and illustrations contained in NurSerial are written and created by Amy B. Eilertsen, MN RN.  Amy has a master’s of nursing from University of Washington and a BSN from University of Alaska.

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Driving Mr. Magnus

In 20+ years in nursing, she has worked in high altitude rescue, oncology, public health, addiction treatment, acute care, ambulatory care, nursing education and nursing practice. Amy’s interest in food and cooking stems from a seven year stint as a kitchen manager.  Amy also attended art school and continues to use her photography and graphic design skills to entertain herself.  Amy lives in New England with her husband & son, a chocolate lab, and a yard full of fowl.

When considering the advent of the blog, Winston Churchill, famed futurist, said “Never was so much written by so many and read by so few…”.

Yeah, well, no delusions here- BUT “I find that I read and I learn; but I write and I am transformed.”

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