Critical thinking in nursing is the evaluation of information through observation, experience, and communication that leads to a decision for action.
Has an instructor or nurse been really mean to you as a nursing student? Let’s go over a few reasons why nurses are mean to nursing students.
Maureen aka Nurse Mo, MSN, RN, CCRN runs the Straight A Nursing website and podcast. She is the author of the Nursing School Thrive Guide and the...
Let’s look at MSN jobs and BSN jobs so you can make an informed decision on which degree is best for you.
Get ready to learn about what it’s like to be a military nurse! In this episode, Julie shares with us what it’s like to work in the military vs a civilian nurse. Plus what she wishes she knew as a new grad.
Join Kati and Nurse Mo as they discuss helpful traits to develop as a new grad nurse. These traits will help you as a new nurse and beyond.
“Fake it til you make it” is a common term we use to encourage people who are learning in a really intimidating and challenging environment. In this episode, Kati discusses why she’s not a fan of that saying.
Beyond yearly CEU requirements, there are some nursing CE requirements by state that must be taken before you get your license. Let’s look at them.
Today, I’m joined by Irnise Williams who is both a nurse and an attorney. We discuss legal considerations for nurses, the realistic likelihood of malpractice situations, and how we can take charge of our day-to-day lives at the bedside.
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.
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.