Ostomy surgery: when gossips magnify problems… is about getting patient to undergo ostomy surgery versus patients’ gossips.
Traditional Tuesday – in Sarawak- former students doing the Sarawak dance at end of stomaltherapy nursing program.
It is a privilege to be a nurse! Many professions like healthcare staff and teaching faculties have opportunities to serve mankind.
We are expecting! – tells of an ileostomate’s experience having a stoma and now pregnant!
Gratitude is a basketful of vegetables!
(a poem) is about token of appreciation from the far interior in return for healing patients in stoma and wound care.
Bed-sores: what is right is not always popular tells about a duty to prevent bed-sores or pressure-ulcers for bedridden clients.
“So, You Have an Ostomy”: The Complexity of Coping —Part 1 — lights camera crohn’s – tells about experiences of life after ostomy surgery and quality of life living a stoma and a stoma bag.
A welcoming dance during aromatherapy conferencegraduation
A visually impaired ostomate with ‘imported stoma bags’- is an anecdote about skill in applying good quality stoma bag.
Leaking stoma bags and ‘the window’ tells about an anecdote relating to poor quality stoma bag in the 1980s.