Anatomy of a Super Nurse: The Ultimate Guide to Becoming Nursey
No matter how hard you’ve studied, stepping into that first nursing job is unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. For students and recent graduates looking to conquer the challenging transition from stressed-out student to nursing professional, Kati Kleber’s got you covered.
Acclaimed blogger and author of Becoming Nursey: From Code Blues to Code Browns, How to Care for Your Patients and Yourself, Kati expands on her guide for new nurses with this revised edition, Anatomy of a Super Nurse: The Ultimate Guide to Becoming Nursey. She provides real-world advice on surviving nursing school and thriving in your first nursing job. Using personal experiences, Kati dives deep into that pivotal first year and answers questions that all new nurses have, but don’t always think to ask.
You’ll learn to master practical topics such as how to give and receive a good, concise report and what to do in a code. Plus, you’ll find tips on time management, stepping into a leadership role, and best practices for sleeping when you’re on the night shift.
Armed with tons of information—and lots of laughs—Anatomy of a Super Nurse: The Ultimate Guide to Becoming Nursey shines light onto the dark spots in a nurse’s first year, equipping you with everything you need to become a successful bedside nurse.
Becoming Nursey: From Code Blues to Code Browns, How to Care for Your Patients and Yourself
This book is my one-stop reference guide to help YOU become a safe and efficient nurse as fast as possible. It is comprised of my progression from nursing school to critical care with some tips, tricks, and shenanigans along the way.
I go over time management skills for both floor nursing and critical care. I talk about calling physicians, basic assessment skills, code blues for newbies, delegation, my nursing school ten commandments, and what I think it means to be a good nurse. I also talked about the time I got poop on my face. Yes. Poop on my face.
Admit One: What You MUST Know When Going to the Hospital, But No One Actually Tells You
This book is for patients, loved ones, and aspiring members of the healthcare team (from nurses to physicians to physical therapists to chaplains). This book explains—in plain language—everything to expect in the hospital environment.
After reading this book, you’ll feel less intimidated and more in control of your care. All the things that doctors and nurses assume you know when you’re admitted—but no one has actually told you—are outlined here.
This thorough and insightful publication will help you learn:
- The duties of each member of your health care team
- How your team works together to provide you with the best care possible
- How the various hospital units and patient equipment function
- What to expect from your nurses and what they expect from you
- The key questions you must ask and to whom you should direct them
What’s Next? The Smart Nurse’s Guide to Your Dream Job
What’s Next? The Smart Nurse’s Guide to Your Dream Job will enable you to flip on the light switch for nursing professional development and turn that dark and unknown space into a brightly lit room—where you can pick and choose what you desire in order to further yourself both professionally and personally.
Many hospitals provide information about how to be a successful charge nurse, nurse mentor, and nurse preceptor, but they are typically higher-level-thinking tips and not practical, real advice.
This book addresses these personal and professional options and goes into detail about some of the more practical advice for successfully evolving into a formal or informal nurse on your unit—from learning how to be an effective charge nurse to learning how to precept and mentor new nurses, and much more.
This book also outlines and describes the importance of continuing education, professional organizations and certifications, shared governance, and how to handle negative people when you are trying to better yourself.
While most books about professional development are written for management-level nurses or people in non-clinical positions, What’s Next? The Smart Nurse’s Guide to Your Dream Job is specifically directed toward professional development from the practical point of view of a bedside nurse
The Nurse’s Guide to Blogging: Building a Brand and a Profitable Business as a Nurse Influencer
Two of the most influential nurse bloggers have put their heads together to create a one-stop resource for nurses looking to grow their own blog, audience, and brand.
Brittney Wilson, BSN RN (TheNerdyNurse.com) and Kati Kleber, BSN RN CCRN (FreshRN.com), who attract hundreds of thousands of readers to their blogs each month, demystify the art of science of nurse blogging. Learn from the experts as they share their personal journeys, mistakes, and best practices. This book takes a dive deep into the practical aspects of how to set up and maintain a blog, create a community, earn revenue, and strategic business considerations.
The Nurse’s Guide to Blogging: Building a Brand and a Profitable Brand as a Nurse Influencer is engineered for any nurse who is interested in blogging. It addresses many of the issues unique to the nursing profession including patient privacy, upholding the integrity of the profession, and understanding your unique value. If you’re a nurse and want to blog, this book is for you.
This book will shave years off your learning curve in the world of nurse blogging. Kati and Brittney’s combined experience can help you avoid costly errors and skyrocket your pageviews and readership in a matter of months rather than years.
This book focuses on the practical and philosophical aspects of blogging. It first asks you to examine your purpose but then rolls full steam ahead into turning that purpose into a full-fledged profitable business. With 10 action-packed chapters, you’ll learn how to define and refine your message and niche, cultivate an engaged audience through social media and email marketing, and even which technology you should use to achieve the most success.
This book is written in a fun style and is filled with personal commentary and real-world examples and stories of recommended practices in action. It’s filled with the knowledge that you’ll use for years to come. You won’t be able to read through this book once and put it down. This will be your manual for building your profitable nursing blog. You should probably buy a highlighter. You’ll need it.