So my day begins by relieving the nurse who was on the night shift. Depending on the ward you’re working in, you’re usually the first to hold in your hands the start of life. The bad part of nursing is that when the rest of Kenyans are enjoying Madaraka Days or such holidays, you’re probably at work. I am always grateful that I welcome new life into the world, but absolutely sad to see life pass through my hands. Yet I need several times to turn, clean, push the patients to theatre, transfer to chair from bed.
Source: The Star March 09, 2021 00:56 UTC