Mariama Sesay

Submitted 2023-12-27

I have been a nurse for 5 years with critical care experience in both neonates and adults and I remember the first time I had to perform life saving measures for a patient whose heart stopped. It was one of the most terrifying moments in my life. Unfortunately, that patient did not survive, but from that moment on, I began training myself ways to be mentally and physically prepped for any situation similar. One must remember that preparedness is an ongoing process, so staying current with training and guidelines is essential in the field of healthcare since it is constantly evolving and changing. So here are some tips I use to this day to keep my prepared: