Berkshire news Nurse: 'Love made us stay to fight against Covid' PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Bertha Mukodzani on what kept her up at night during the pandemic, and why colleagues never gave up

Berkshire news Nurse: 'Love made us stay to fight against Covid' PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Bertha Mukodzani on what kept her up at night during the pandemic, and why colleagues never gave up

Berkshire news  Nurse: 'Love made us stay to fight against Covid' PremierLeague-News.Com
13 May 2021 - 04:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Bertha Mukodzani is an advanced theatre practitioner at Royal Berkshire Hospital. Here she honours her colleagues for their bravery and dedication during the pandemic When the pandemic declared war on us, there is a reason nurses stayed. There is a reason those who had retired left the comfort of their homes and returned. There is also a reason those men and women donned their PPE and got on with it. That reason, if you did not already know, is love. Nursing is a love language. A language that, despite the overwhelming sounds of doom and gloom, gravitates towards optimism. It hears the doctor’s words, ‘there is no hope’, and yet, without seeking to deceive, clammers for that glimmer of hope. A hope that believes in miracles for you, for, over the years, it has heard testimonies of those who survived against all odds. As a love language, nursing recognises you are not in your complete element and says: "I’m here, I will be your eyes and ears, your good leg, your good arm, please, take your time." While it keeps up with research and innovative knowledge, nursing engages the senses, never ignoring its gut as it walks and talks on your behalf. Intuition, it understands, goes hand in hand with experience gained over the years. It is that nagging voice that questions, ‘have I done enough?’ and lies awake at night, wondering if it could have said and acted differently to change the outcome.

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