Who is Max?

Max E Nurse is a bit of a oddity. His experience comes from a series of lost directions.

Max is an Paediatric Nurse who got lost, ended up in A&E, then somehow as a Nurse Practitioner in General Practice.

The name is not an ego issue, it arises from a debate with Dr Crippins et al. Who suggested that Nurse Practitioners where forgeting nursing and trying to be mini doctors. To which the response was that we were trying to be Maxi Nurses, not mini doctors. It was Crippin who first led me to blogging, but that doesn’t mean I like him.

Outside the office Max enjoys family life with lovely wife and gorgeous daughters. He mostly leaves work at work, and blogs in his lunch break.

I have started a Facebook group, for nurse bloggers to chat in..so visit the Nurse Bloggers lounge

If you want more you can check out my interview…here

If you want to contact Max you can tweet.


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I refuse to visit Dr Crippins blog, but I hear about it. I’m loving the Maxi Nurse reply to him though.

I love the way you came up with the response to Dr. Crippin! I look forward to reading your blog!

Alas it was not I who said about being Maxi nurses, I merely changed it into a name…

[…] that he and my old friend, John Crippen, don’t always see eye to eye! In fact, Dr. Crippen is why Max began blogging […]

Hi Max,

I was reading It Shouldn’t Happen in Healthcare and found your stories and insights into
being a nurse professional yet comical at the same time. The vast assortment of experiences
being discussed on your blog makes it a one-stop place for everyone
from medical professionals to people simply trying to learn a little
bit about a specific medical term.

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