El Fuerte, Sinaloa.- Hidalia Leia Valdezzo You’ll never forget everything you had to do to get your Technician Certificate Nursing by the Autonomous University of Sinaloa (UAS).
Firstly, because once he attended high school in Mochicahui, El Fuerte, his father, a daily wage worker, did not want him to pursue this career study, a hurdle he overcame after years of reassuring him That he really wants to dedicate himself to nursing.
Nor will she forget the sacrifices of her family so that she and her 4 sisters can study and become good human beings.
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Every anecdote will live on in her mind and she shed every tear for her patients during her 20 years as a nurse at General Hospital. mochiso and seven at the Villa d’Ahom health centre, where he hopes to retire next year.
Is it worth it?, she wonders, and then replies: “Of course, so much so that if I were born again, I would be a nurse again.”
“We’re not dehumanizing. I’ve cried for our patients, but we can’t show this part. They need us stronger,” he says.
Had I been born again, I would have been a nurse again: Hidalia Leva