The Best Nursing Career Comes from Following Our Heart & Reaching Our Goals: EPS 090

by | Apr 12, 2017 | 2 comments

Instead of forcing yourself into a job that isn’t right for you… do what this next guest did and follow your dreams, strengths, and values to the ideal nursing career.

A few take aways from our interview with Tracey include:

  • How celebrating the fact that you are a nurse is a career success;
  • What childhood flashcards can teach you about your career future;
  • And why truly practicing holistic nursing contributes to nursing satisfaction!

Tracey Jaworski-Lucas joins the #yournextshift podcastTracey Jaworski-Lucas, BSN, RN received her BSN at Felician University in 2014. Tracey has a particular passion for end-of-life care and applies a holistic approach to caring for her patients. She currently works in a skilled nursing facility as a charge nurse. Tracey’s ultimate goal is to own a Hospice Home. You can find out more and connect with Tracey on Facebook, LinkedIn, or Instagram.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Pamela

    I’ve been a Registered Nurse for 25 years. I know Tracey and NEVER have I met a nurse who cares more about the patients than anything else; she works double shifts when a facility is short, she does the work of a nurse’s aide if they’re short. No job is too big or too small when it comes to patient care. She not only maintains healthcare for her patients but also maintains emotional care, comfort and dignity for the patient. She also includes and informs the family in the patient’s care and progress. She has always believed she was put on the earth to be a nurse and I couldn’t agree more!

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    • Elizabeth

      Lovely! Thanks for sharing this with us, Pamela. And yes… from my experiences with Tracey… I can see what you are saying. Great to hear! Thank you!!

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