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A new nurse gets a crash course in compassion

“Nursing students needed to work in the University Hospital. Good pay. Orientation.” As a rising nursing school senior in the 1970s, I naïvely applied for the job above without getting the full details. No one mentioned that I’d be working in a psychiatric unit housing twenty-five aggressive, catatonic or schizophrenic patients, many of whom had […]
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