Tag: nursing student

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Back to School Mastery: Part 6— Staying Healthy

Staying Healthy! Notice that this blog post is last in the series? Seem inappropriate? It is. Do you put your health last in real life? Earlier this year, we blogged about the ANA’s Year of the Healthy Nurse. Let’s revisit...

/ October 14, 2017
Social Media Outlets

Back to School Mastery: Part 5 — Social Media and Professional Nursing

The American Nurses Association’s e-publication, “ANA’s Principles for Social Networking and the Nurse,” provides guidance on protecting the privacy, confidentiality and inherent dignity of clients. As NCLEX Mastery posts, tweets, snaps and chats about controversial topics occasionally, this seems an...

/ October 14, 2017
Notebook for taking great notes

Back to School Mastery: Part 2 — Highlighters and Notes

Do you try to transcribe everything the teacher says (until your hand cramps)? There is a better way! Let’s go over some strategies for effectively capturing information in the fast-paced world of Nursing School. Handwritten Notes or Typed Notes? Typed...

/ September 6, 2017
tech prison

Back to School Mastery: Part 1 — Technology

Don’t let technology own you! Learn how to leverage technology to be the invisible helper that it should be. Laptops, phones, and tablets. Oh my! Once upon a time, I began an educational program that was mostly distance learning, with...

/ August 29, 2017

Flu Vaccine Tips for 2016 – 2017

FLU FACTS: As many as 21,000 persons die annually from flu in the U.S. 90% of flu deaths are in those over age 65, those under age 2 are also at high risk The CDC recommends all persons over 6...

/ December 2, 2016

10 GIFs That Nursing Students Understand Too Well

10. When you’re in your last semester of nursing school. 9. When your Med/Surg Instructor says you can only wear a certain color of scrubs.   8. When the NCLEX practice questions seem really easy. 7. How you feel coming out...

/ March 22, 2016