Seven Learnings as a Labor and Delivery Nurse

1. The stories people hear can affect people’s perception of the birth process

2. Fear can steal your joy

3. Being an effective patient advocate means making informed decisions

4. How you ask a question matters

5. Mama is not your only patient (and I’m not just talking about the baby)

6. It’s okay to cry with patients and not know what to say

7. How to prioritize

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