Trying to decide on a career in nursing? Let’s talk about the differences between ER and floor nurses so you can pick the best for you.
Digital stethoscopes are all the rage. But are digital stethoscopes worth the money? Join Kati as she discusses this topic.
If you’re in nursing school and want to get better at studying, let’s discuss tips for studying in nursing school.
Should I work in the ICU as a New Grad? A Fresh RN VIP asked if it would be wise to work in the ICU as a new grad. Listen for Kati’s perspective and some Q&A from her Instagram followers.
If you are looking for ways to get rid of your old nursing school textbooks, let’s talk about some things you can do with them.
Maybe you’re a charge nurse, preceptor, or educator and need to have some specific goals spelled out. Let’s go over leadership goals for nurses!
Have you wondered what’s an Awake and Walking ICU? Join me for an interview with Kali Dayton, DNP AGACNP on this topic.
Leadership Theories in Nursing help to organize and interpret complex ideas as well as provide possible solutions for common problems.
Many nurses have a lot of questions about malpractice insurance. Let’s go over some of those common questions about malpractice insurance for nurses.
Maybe you feel pretty comfortable in your role. Here are some simple things to consider when you want to know how to become a better nurse.
If you are a nurse and have anxiety, you may want to consider job options that are not high-acuity. Let’s talk best jobs for nurses with anxiety.
This week I talked with Lori Brown about the RaDonda Vaught Trail about what it means for nurses and professional liability insurance.
If you’re a new nurse and not sure how to talk to your nurse manager, this post outlines some important considerations when approaching your new boss.
The RaDonda Vaught trial has been a major issue for the nursing community. Let’s dive into what actually happened and what I think this means for nurses.
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If you’re in nursing school and want a side job to boost your resume AND provide quality experiences I’ve got some of the best jobs for nursing students.
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What’s the difference between a CNA and RN? While there is some overlap with responsibilities, these roles are very different. Let’s go over the specifics!
In this article, we’ll discuss the differences between digital stethoscopes and analog scopes, and my genuine thoughts as a nurse who has used both.
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