While it might be daunting to think about job hunting, there are some things to keep in mind that can help you land a job as a brand new nurse. Below we provide 4 easy steps to help guide you to land a job as a new nurse.
These are the most essential tips you need to know when you do your neuro nurse checks, all told from a nurse who has been there.
Learn how to do a complete neuro nurse assessment. This will teach you everything you need to know, even if you are a new nurse.
Stay calm and remember these tips when your patient codes. This will help you respond quickly and correctly every time.
If you just graduated from nursing school and you really want to work at a hospital, here are my best tips for how to land that nursing job!
If you dream of helping bones heal, an orthopedic job might be for you. Here’s how to land that ortho nursing job you want.
This is everything you need to know when you are a new cardiac nurse. This cardiac nursing for beginners will answer all your questions.
Cardiac nurses use assessment skills as they work directly with patients. This is what you need to know when you assess a cardiac patient.
The ICU is an overwhelming place to start a new job. This advice for new ICU nurses will help you succeed through your first month.
Working 12 hour shifts can really it difficult to stay on track with health and wellness, but healthy eating for nurses is a critical component of overall wellness. A reader asked what I do to focus on healthy eating while working long shifts: I’m about to start my grad year and was just wondering- what do you usually take for meals? I […]
Neurological Exam: Level of Consciousness. If you’re learning how to do neuro checks, one of the most challenging aspects can be distinguishing level of consciousness. Let’s go through each level of consciousness (LOC) that you’ll see and the main differences between them.
You can be comfortable floating between units and increase your comfort zone to float between campuses. Let’s talk float nurse skills and tips.
Get to know these valuable and helpful tips for the new cardiac nurse from an experienced nurse who’s been there.
Cardiac nursing is very rewarding. Just when you think you’ve got it figured out, you’ll find something new. Let’s look at a Cardiac Nurse typical day.
A neuro assessment is a critical skill for any nurse (not just neuro ICU nurses) This goes beyond simple neuro checks. If you’re interested in improving this nursing skill, this article is for yo
What are the qualities of a good nurse? You need to be empathetic, hard-working, and so much more. Read the complete list.
Discharge planning can be a challenge for any nurse, let alone a new nurse. I’ve discharged many patients since I became a nurse in 2010 and would like to give you some discharge planning tips!
One of the most terrifying things for new nurse grads is accidentally messing up a patient’s meds. This is how to avoid medication errors.
I’ve received a lot of questions from new nurses saying that one of their biggest struggles is when they’ve learned a lot but are having trouble learning how to trust your nursing judgment. You think you know what you’re doing, but you’re not sure…
If you ever receive a stroke patient and they are NPO, this is why that call was made and how you should handle it.