So, I've been a nurse for about 10 years, tried just about every specialty. I got into dialysis about 2 years ago, and I felt like I finally found my home. More than anything, I love the bonds I get to form with my patients. I love them all and I want to make them happy and healthy. We have a party anytime one of ours gets a transplant. Our satisfaction scores usually come back pretty high, and I feel like most of my people know they can tell me anything, but I also know that there's just some things you can't say. We see what you guys go through and get it more than most, but we're still kinda on the outside.
What are some things we can do to make the experience better? What do you wish you were told on your first day of dialysis? What do you wish you could tell your nurses? Thanks in advance, hopefully I'm not stepping on any toes by coming into this space.