Today’s WWHT is featuring Phenomenal Woman pediatric nurse Keisha Brown, LPN! For those of you who don’t know, Keisha is my younger sister so I have known her her entire life! As kids I thought she would end up being a veterinarian because she loved animals so much and was always good at taking care … Continue reading Phenomenal Woman: Keisha Brown, LPN
Hi readers! I know it has been a couple weeks since I posted a WWHT. I am in the very last stretch of my WHNP program and have been very busy studying and completing clinical hours so that I can graduate in a couple weeks! I do not mean to abandon you and promise to … Continue reading BRB
I am excited to add a new feature to WWHT called “Phenomenal Woman” where I will feature women who are experts in topics pertaining to women. Today’s WWHT comes from a phenomenal woman who happens to be a certified nurse midwife, my dear friend, Kizzie T. Ricks CNM, ARNP. Kizzie and I met in 2012 … Continue reading Phenomenal Woman: Kizzie T. Ricks CNM, ARNP
Some of my coworkers and I attended the Memphis chapters AWHONN meet and greet last week. AWHONN is the Association of Women's Health, Obstetrics, and Neonatal Nurses organization whose purpose is to promote the health of women and newborns. I am looking forward to becoming more involved with the local chapter!
If you’ve ever had a baby then you remember getting tested for gestational diabetes. This occurs at your prenatal visit around 28 weeks. If you haven’t made it to 28 weeks yet, it’s coming. The nurse will hand you a nice sugar infused drink (ask for the orange one, its not bad) and have … Continue reading Gestational diabetes
As many of you know, I am currently attending school in pursuit of my Masters in Nursing, my focus is Women's Health Nurse Practitioner. I started at Drexel University, which is in Philadelphia, back in 2013 while living in DC as a travel nurse. The program is mostly online, requiring that we do clinicals locally … Continue reading Last On Campus Visit
Hey ladies! Check out my interview on Scales of Style fashion blog. Fellow blogger and UTC graduate and creator of Scales of Style, Malaka, featured me for Women's History Month. Learn more about what is behind my inspiration to inform women about their health and a dive a bit into my personal life! Click link below. http://scalesofstyle.com/featurefridaynursekarin/#more-12098 … Continue reading Scales of Style Interview
Over the weekend my mom, son, and I participated in the third Sista Strut here in Memphis. This annual walk is to shed light among how breast cancer affects the African American community. They also provide a lot of resources to the community. The walkers met up inside the liberty bowl, which was really cool, … Continue reading Sista Strut Memphis
Pregnancy, what a beautiful time in a woman’s life. You are glowing, you’re up beat, you are eating healthier than ever, and you are rocking those maternity jeans and sundresses. People just can’t stop telling you how cute you are pregnant. Right?? Or maybe not so much... If you can’t relate then you are probably … Continue reading Morning Sickness
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