Do You Disagree With Something On This Website?

Do you disagree with something on this website? Let me know what it is down below. It can be a personal opinion or something I am completely wrong about. I will be the first one to tell you that I am not the perfect caregiver and I absolutely make mistakes.

This site is a few years old and is just getting older. Even the care that I give has evolved in that amount of time and still is. I am constantly learning from my mistakes and finding better ways to do certain tasks. There very well may be pages that are stuck in the past and need updating. You can help me do just that.

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A Subjective Field

The medical field is also extremely subjective. Depending on where you are and who you ask, people will have widely different opinions on various topics. Does that necessarily mean one is wrong and the other is right? Maybe it does, or maybe there is a more efficient way of doing a certain task, or just a better way to view something.

As a caregiver, you have to have an open mind about how things can be done and be willing to make adjustments to the way you do and see things. We are in a rapidly changing environment that is constantly moving forward. Don't try to stop the healthcare train, you will just get run over.

Evidence Based Practice

Studies and experiments are rampant while people try to better what is being done. Even if something has worked for many years, there still may be a more efficient way of doing it. You have to be willing to try new things in order for progress to occur. Easier said than done, especially for those who have been practicing for decades.

There are teams all over the world working full time to make healthcare better for us as caregivers as well as our patients. Evidenced based practice is a well known term used to describe how we are constantly testing and innovating the way we care for others. I plan to discuss this topic further in future pages.

Let's Build A Community

I hope this page will spark some deep conversations. I am open to hear anyone and everyone's take on any topic I've covered. Don't be afraid of confrontation. This is a safe space where we can discuss anything healthcare related in a professional and respectable manner. This is how progress is made.

If you have evidence for your take on something, make sure you reference it or better yet, provide a link to the website or article when possible. That makes for an even better discussion, especially if it is from a highly credible source.

I encourage anybody else to chime in on the conversation when they feel they have something valuable to add. The more the merrier. Lets create a strong team of caregivers willing to find solutions to any problem that surfaces. Help and be helped.

I am completely open to making changes to any page on this site when a compelling argument is made. If requested, I am even open to providing links that are posted or give credit to someone personally when adjustments are made.

Controversial Articles I've Written

Are Robot Caregivers a Good Idea?

Registered Nurse and Certified Nursing Assistant Controversies

Why I Dislike the Term VIP


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