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Sleighing the Holidays with D and Dani

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Sleighing the Holidays with D and Dani

Today on The WoMed, D and Dani share the good, the bad, and the ugly of working during the holiday season including what a typical holiday workload looks like, their…
December 23, 2019
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Sleighing the Holidays with D and Dani

Today on The WoMed, D and Dani share the good, the bad, and the ugly of working during the holiday season including what a typical holiday workload looks like, their favorite holiday memories in and away from the hospital, plus their tips and tricks on decorating with supplies. The hosts start off with a holiday-themed Lubrication Question and reveal what incredible (and useful) gift D recently sent Dani. While working the holidays and spending time away from family is never ideal, D and Dani share the upside to holidays in the hospital, from the food people bring to the unit, the less strictly enforced dress code (Santa hats, anyone?), and decorations made from baby bottles and isolation gowns. D shares a magical holiday story involving a surprise visit home after being called off last-minute, plus advice and words of encouragement for those WoMed working this week. Happy Holidays to our healthcare heroes!

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