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NCLEX Questionnaires – Free and Paid

So, you're getting ready to graduate nursing school and are looking around for some free and paid NCLEX® questionnaires.  Let's be real, everyone would like to try to get as many practice test questions as possible, which typically consists of checking out not one,...

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Season 3, Episode 9 Intensive Care Devices: Part 2

This is the final episode for Season 3. Arterial lines, ventilators, central lines galore! Together with Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Sean Dent, Melissa and Kati discuss some tips and tricks for dealing with typical ICU devices. A word about show notes: our goal is...

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After years of learning how to provide care in a theoretical situation, it’s hard to know what’s important and what’s not at the bedside.  My promise is to continually provide you straight to the point, fluff-less information that is applicable to what you’re doing now.  There is no skimming to find the important information.

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I’ve worked at the bedside personally in various units at different hospitals. I personally know what it feels like to care for patients and their loved ones.  Nursing is a team sport and I have been a member of the team since 2010.  I was a player for 6 years, now I’m a coach.