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How to be a leader in Nursing School: SNA VLOG

Hey everyone! I am super excited that my second collab video with a fellow nursing blogger is finally up. Nurse Murse and I decided to create a video discussion our experiences as SNA President, as well as sharing tips for students to get involved. I hope you enjoy the video. Read More

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I’m an allheart Ambassador!

Super exciting news!!!! Check out allheart’s latest Instagram Post! I officially have become one of allheart’s ambassadors! I am beyond grateful for all of the doors that are opening. My goal has always been to bring inspiration and support to all that are interested in nursing. Thank you all for Read More

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How to Improve Patient Care in Nursing: Takeaway #2 from the book, “I’m Here.”

Hopefully, you have read my Takeaway #1, and have returned to read more of what I have taken from the book “I’m Here.” by Marcus Engle. This week my takeaway is pretty lengthy. Takeaway #2 – Care for the patient and the family; provide accurate updates; allow time for patients Read More

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How to Improve Patient Care in Nursing: Takeaway #1 from the book, “I’m Here.”

I’m Here:Compassionate Communication in Patient Care,” written by Marcus Engle, is a highly recommended read for anyone in the health care field. I, like many of you, am a nursing student. Eager to get through school, and counting down the months until I earn my “RN” license, and enter the Read More

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Nursing School First Year Completed- Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! This year was big for me! After all of my hard work preparing and completing pre requisites to enter nursing school I finally started my 2 year ADN program in January 2014. Now that 2014 is gone, it really hit me that I am half way done, Read More

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I’ve hit a growth spurt in Med Surge 1

My professor and I had an opportunity to sit down and just talk about her goals for the class. She is great in pushing and motivating you to think outside of the box and to really apply your critical thinking skills. We have had many conversations when light bulbs just Read More