Candy the Nurse

Nurses Week 2014

Posted by on Feb 18, 2014 in Announcements, Candy the Nurse, General Information, Go With The Flo, Podcasts, Webinars | 2 comments

Hello, and heads-up, Nurses! This coming Nurse’s Week, I’m speaking as part of an exciting new event called the Art of Nursing. It’s a four-day series bringing together 12 extraordinary nurse pioneers to share their thoughts on how we can bring back the art of nursing – that healing presence and patient-focused practice first envisioned by Florence Nightingale. I know how passionate you are about the nursing profession, so I wanted to personally invite you to join us and explain how you can register. How it Works The Art of Nursing begins on Nurses’ Day, Tuesday,...

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Back to The Gym…

Posted by on Jan 14, 2014 in Announcements, Articles, Candy the Nurse, Commercially Published Articles, To Your Health | 0 comments

   Happy New Year, loyal followers! Follow the link below to my latest article, published earlier than expected in   Portland Family Magazine. It came out during the holidays— incentive for the January diets? Sometime next year, It will be featured in a collection of stories, tentatively titled, This Race Called Life.  Interesting story behind the story: Immediately after this   experience, I limped into the ladies’ room to wash my face before I went   home to collapse. There, I ripped off about 18” of...

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Mom’s Need to Nurture

Posted by on Jul 23, 2012 in Candy the Nurse, General Information, Uncategorized | 0 comments

My daughter, who moved  home to finish a master’s degree in healthcare administration, will be taking off to Europe again today. She has lived abroad before, so I know she knows how to navigate in a foreign country. She is also going to meet up with one of her best friends, and they will visit one of our previous exchange students, so I know she’ll be in good company. She’s brushing up on her german, so I know she won’t starve.  Then why am I fretting? If she were married, or in her own place,  I wouldn’t be a part of the getting-ready process. Out of the...

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Podcast re: Graham’s Foundation

Posted by on Jan 2, 2011 in Articles, Candy the Nurse, Podcasts | 2 comments

Dear Readers, The following podcast is one of our most emotional interviews of 2010. The story of Nick and Jenn Hall’s journey, and Jenn’s delivering micropreemie twins, is all too common these days. “The well-meaning things people say that hurt” may sound familiar to anyone who has gone through the chaos of the time; for others, this may be an enlightening bit of news. Listen how one family channeled their grief into a bit of comfort for other parents. The Graham Foundation “care packages” bless those who must navigate the treacherous waters of the NICU, with practical items, and...

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Bringing Baby Home

Posted by on Nov 13, 2010 in Articles, Candy the Nurse, Commercially Published Articles | 0 comments

BRINGING BABY HOME / BABY-PROOFING YOUR WORLD / BABY-PROOFING YOUR HOME /PARENTING YOUR NEW BABY Bringing Baby Home By Candace Campbell, MSN, RN [reprinted with permission, Health4Women magazine] Congratulations and welcome to a new stage in your life – parenthood! Or maybe this isn’t your first baby and it’s welcome back to the magic kingdom! In an instant, your new baby has changed you from a couple into a family. The irony of your new essence, parenthood, evokes what I like to call a babylove addiction, which in a poetic sense, may be likened to a line from the old Eagles...

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It’s Loverly Day For A New Look

Posted by on Jul 17, 2010 in Announcements, Candy the Nurse, General Information | 0 comments

Hello World, After months of planning, and a premature launch, I’ve taken the advice of my business coach and re-branded my business name. Candy Campbell & Associates, aka: Peripatetic Productions will remain the corporate name, but the new brand will be: Candy the Nurse [TM], and have it’s own website,  Thanks to all of you who volunteered to give your  opinion. I value your input,  that the name suggests the combo traits of kind, intelligent and trustworthy. The logo  (below) is taken as an alter-ego representation. (I only wish I  had curly...

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