Well, I finally accomplished my goal of becoming a flight nurse. My goal now is to really start the work on the NCLEX study guide. I feel there is a need to provide excellent NCLEX resources to students that are truly struggling with passing this entry test that allow them entry into the wonderful nursing world. I will go through each body system with videos to highlight what you need to know to pass this test. Please let me know if you are interested in being the first to receive the study guide.
My most popular post ever on here has been my article on those that have failed the NCLEX.. I think that is writing on the wall as to what I should do with RNAcademy. We need to help people pass the NCLEX, those that have never taken the test and those that have taken it and failed. Soon I will develop an E-Book on NCLEX strategies for those that have failed this tough nursing test. Please contact me if you are interested in learning more about this endeavor. Thank you for your time.
Last night during the slow hours in the ER, I had a few minutes to study.. Unfortunately it was 2 in the morning and I didn’t feel as though my brain was comprehending anything new. The book I purchased was a good one, I just need to spend time going through mock questions and truly comprehend what I need to know for the CEN test..
Is there anybody else out there that is interested in doing this with me?
If so please contact me and we can support and encourage each other. Thank you for reading.
Are you a nursing student? Do you have thick skin? Well, if not, now is a great time to start the thickening.
Nursing is a profession that is known for eating their young. I experienced it as a new grad. I feel as though nurses do it to new grads until they feel they are competent enough to be “apart of their team”.
Team-work…. having your partners back – is especially important in high-stress situations.
This is especially important in an emergency department where this can often mean the difference between life and death for your patients. Please Share Blunt Advice from Seasoned Nurses to Nursing Students & New Grads
I just had my first patient with a case of lithium toxicity and had to fly the patient to a higher acuity hospital.
The patient was knocking on death’s door and in hindsight I am fascinated by the effects of lithium toxicity and how it effects multiple body systems.
Here are some great Nursing Diagnoses that we relate with in our current profession or as a current nursing student.
Please re-share these 10 Nursing Diagnoses if you enjoy them :).
I have worked nights for the past two years, all while having a new marriage that is healthy, training for several marathons, volunteering at my local church and intentionally pursuing healthy relationships.
It has been quite a struggle for me, but after 2 years I feel like I am getting to be a pro at this graveyard shift thing.
Learning how to function well and critically think during the night shift can mean the difference between life and death for your patients.
Let me share with you 6 Ways I Survive Working Nights
In hindsight there are a few things I would definitely do differently if I lived my life over again.
This is a post regarding a 180 degree turn in how I study, my thoughts on nursing and how I view the seriousness and importance of my profession.
Also, why spending $40,000 for nursing school means
nothing when taking the NCLEX. Read How I Failed the NCLEX