Blyss Splane works as a nurse and freelance writer and editor. She enjoys reading, completing puzzles, trying new restaurants, and exploring Georgia trails and wineries.
I enjoy writing to educate myself and others about a variety of topics. It is a passion of mine to be forever learning new things, and then sharing that knowledge with others. Nurses have so much to offer, and it's exciting to help others through writing.
Blyss has been a nurse in the operating room for almost eight years, scrubbing and circulating into many different surgical specialties. She has worked in large trauma centers and as a travel nurse for parts of her career. She has always loved working in the OR and enjoys training new graduate nurses. She started her writing business and has published articles about nursing and health care on several websites.
Blyss graduated from the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She earned her professional nursing certification for the operating room in 2016.
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