Month: May 2018

Confessions of a (Happy) NCLEX ‘Junkie’

Nursing school is tough, but the upside of that is in many ways, it’s really exciting. It keeps adding to your knowledge, then challenges you to tie all that knowledge together in dynamic ways that make all the difference in...

/ May 31, 2018

GREAT OUTCOMES DEPEND ON GREAT BEGINNINGS

GREAT OUTCOMES DEPEND ON GREAT BEGINNINGS – AND WILL BE MEASURED. I’m about to tell you a story that ended up with me getting hired into the unit I wanted, doing exactly the job I wanted to do. So, this...

/ May 24, 2018

Nurse to Nurse Report

Pssst…  Dear soon to be and new nurses, Stick with me a moment here, and you’ll get a leg up on something that will make a big difference in your outlook on nursing, your new professional peer relationships, and your...

/ May 17, 2018

“Not in Kansas Anymore”

National Nurses week is a time for the nurses to celebrate the profession they’ve chosen.  The ANA (American Nurses Association) has taken as its theme for the 2018 celebration “Nurses inspire, innovate, influence. ” In my real nursing life, working mostly...

/ May 10, 2018

mLearning and YOU

Disclaimers: Though the app is “mobile” we highly advise not attempting to learn while walking or driving. Concussions aren’t good for your health and studies. Using the app while on the toilet is ill advised due to the risk or...

/ May 3, 2018