You can rely on two things once you earn your degree, a new profession and lots of student loan payments. Student Loan Forgiveness and Management for Nurses….
Today we have a guest blog post from Nick Angelis, CRNA MSN, about a topic that is near and dear to my heart – financial planning. I know it’s a weird thing to be passionate about, but I believe any and everyone should be able to get a higher education without going into financial ruin […]
Hands down, the hardest class in nursing school for me was pharmacology. I’m bad at straight forward memorization, especially when it’s medications I’ve never actually used or seen in real life. Naturally, I squeaked by with a B in Pharmacology. I scoured the internet for various resources, but didn’t find much. Luckily there are pharmacology for nurses resources that can help!
Thank you to the UWorld team for partnering with me on this review post. All opinions are my own and below is my honest experience with the program. Enjoy! With the 2015 nursing seniors graduating and getting ready to take their boards, I thought it’d be beneficial to review an online NCLEX resource called UWorld! […]
One of the major things you learn in nursing school is how to give medications. I’d like to explain some nursing basic things because when I was in school, no one told me this stuff.. it was just assumed we knew all of this. So here are some basic, yet essential, things to know about […]
Landing a nursing job isn’t easy right now for new grads. The interview is important, but you have to get there first. Out of all of the applications on their desk, you need to stand out. You need to have an edge. Here’s my advice on how to get an edge on the competition.. or […]
I would like you guys to meet Courtney, a nurse that started a website (http://fromnewtoicu.com) to help anyone interested in becoming a nurse! You can check out her About Me page here: http://fromnewtoicu.com/heritage The main purpose of her website is to make finding nursing school information as easy as possible. This makes it faster for both high school […]
This guest blog post was written by Mitch Lee. Mitch Lee is a community health education specialist and writer on behalf of University Alliance. With several years of experience in public health, Mitch has worked on several community wellness campaigns and participated in education advocacy projects for non-traditional students. Transitioning from ADN to BSN ─ […]
There are a lot of classes you have to take before you take your nursing courses. Anatomy & Physiology and Microbiology are some of the tougher ones. Honestly, I don’t remember much of micro but anatomy is something that was super helpful during nursing school. Studying for these classes is no easy task. There is […]
So you’ve gone through CNA training and while you’re awesome at cleaning theoretical poop on a mannequin, you are terrified of your first poopy patient experience. You don’t even know what step 1 is. Well, you are in luck my nursey friend! Here are some basics on getting your patient squeaky clean after a code […]
When a patient has a stroke, something that is frequently compromised is the ability to swallow food, liquids, and even saliva safely. Therefore, if your patient is coming from the ED with a stroke diagnosis, the MD will usually place an order for them to be NPO until a swallow evaluation can be completed. Sometimes […]
Do you want to become a nurse? This is everything you need to know about how to become a nurse – from an experienced nurse who’s been there. How To Become A Nurse I’ve had a few people come to me with questions about nursing school. Being a nursing school survivor, I have some insider […]