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The stuff they don't teach you. Nursing school isn't hard, it's all the stuff AROUND it that makes it hard. There's more to nursing school than just content. Write in to RealTalkNursing@gmail.com or use Facebook messenger, or contact us through Instagram or Twitter to share your experiences, ask questions and give feedback. More listeners means more and better shows. We're building a community of fun, engaged and supportive nursing students and nurses! Make sure to SHARE the episode with cla ...
 
All About Nursing explains how nurses play a significant role in providing healthcare in multiple care settings. You will be able to hear from some of these key nurses who work in practice, academia and other practice settings. There are many different kinds of roles nurses have to choose from which makes it a great profession to work in. Additionally you will hear about challenges nurses are engaged in as healthcare continues to experience an unprecedented need to decrease costs and improve ...
 
SimpleNursing has helped over 200,000 students pass their nursing school exams and the NCLEX™! On average, our members report a 96% NCLEX pass rate, and 17% score increase on their next nursing exam, typically an 82% overall. We are now turning some of our most popular courses, based on NCLEX™ standards, into podcasts. Up first, Pharmacology!
 
Notes on Nursing was published in 1859 and is a fascinating view into the theories underpinning the early development of modern nursing and public health reform by "the Lady with the Lamp", Florence Nightingale. Emphasising common sense and thought for the patient's care in many more ways than just administering physician-prescribed medicines, this is still a very relevant book for those interested in health or caring for the sick and infirm today.Summary by Cori Samuel.
 
The Nursing Economic$ Podcast Series provides extended content of articles published in Nursing Economic$. Nursing Economic$, The Journal for Health Care Leaders, advances nursing leadership in health care by providing information on current and emerging best practices. Perfect for nurse executives, nurse managers, nurse educators, and other healthcare administrators, Nursing Economic$ features dynamic articles addressing quality care, innovative cost strategies, and fiscal and ethical respo ...
 
We provide education for nurses at every stage of their professional life! Check out discussions about topics that the nursing community cares about! The My Nursing Mastery Podcast series discusses nursing school tips, tricks, strategies, stories, and all things related to nursing school, the NCLEX and your nursing career. We discuss NCLEX exam strategies, tips, tricks, and stories from many who have succeeded on the NCLEX. We address issues and topics that the nursing community cares about!
 
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Editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy and clinical editor Betsy Todd present the highlights of the November issue of AJN, including articles such as “Family Presence During Resuscitation: Medical–Surgical Nurses’ Perceptions, Self-Confidence, and Use of Invitations,” “Autism Spectrum Disorder: The Nurse’s Role,” “AJN Reports: The Politicization of COVID-19…
 
AJN editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy speaks with Bronwyn E. Fields about her article—one in a series published in collaboration with the AARP Public Policy Institute—which presents instructions and tips nurses can use to educate and support caregivers of supplemental oxygen users.
 
Newsflash! Chest tubes do not have to strike terror into your heart! In this week’s podcast episode I’ll talk you through the basics of chest tubes, key assessments, what to watch for and what to do if things go wrong. Ready to start planning for nursing school success? Get the 5-star rated nursing school planner that comes with easy instructions f…
 
On this episode, we talk about the COVID shuffle at my hospital. How we organized our patients, the initial hospital response, staffing, and incentives for staff. I talk a little bit about my experience with this adjustment and the feelings of burnout that ensued. Since this pandemic is such a huge topic to cover, this episode will be a part one of…
 
In this episode, Adrianne welcomes returning guest, community mental health nurse Renee DuShane. You may remember her from the episode Fired From My First Nursing Job. Well, Renee is back to share more about how she bounces back - this time as a community-based health professional in the middle of a pandemic. They discuss quite a bit about communit…
 
The role of the individual nurse, employer and regulator is discussed in this episode. Senior nurse editor Richard Hatchett interviews Christine Braithwaite, director of standards and policy at the Professional Standards Authority (PSA). The PSA oversees ten healthcare regulators, including the Nursing and Midwifery Council. Its remit is to keep th…
 
In today’s episode we meet Eric Harter, president of Rapid CPAP, who goes into detail on how to correct and prevent breathing and respiratory problems in short-term patients. It is a frustrating reality that many patients referred to Nursing Homes from hospitals will often suffer these issues in the very first days of adjustment. This may be the re…
 
In this episode, Kevin has yet another conversation with Dr. Lisa Wolf. This time they discuss a recent study and manuscript called “Traumatic Stress in Emergency nurses: Does your work environment feel like a warzone?” In this study nurses reported high levels of secondary trauma stress and described in detail how traumatic stress manifested in th…
 
Today, we are going to talk to Steve, an extraordinary history and economic teacher friend of mine. He has two masters degrees: History and Social Studies Teacher Education. Prior to even the pandemic, he taught both in-person, and online hybrid classes, and was also on the Khan Academy staff as a content creator and teacher, and has taught courses…
 
Host Elizabeth Tracey talks to Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Dean Patricia Davidson about the RECOVERY trial, treating critical illnesses, the Institute of Medicine report on nursing, and more. Follow on Twitter: Patricia Davidson @nursingdean Johns Hopkins School of Nursing @JHUNursing Episode highlights: 0:25 RECOVERY trial in UK 1:25 Nurses ar…
 
Julia Muennich Cowell, editor of The Journal of School Nursing, and author J. Mac McCullough discuss the article, "Association of Presence of a School Nurse With Increased Sixth-Grade Immunization Rates in Low-Income Arizona Schools in 2014–2015". To view the article, click here.
 
AJN editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy speaks with Jayne Jennings Dunlap about her article, which discusses autism spectrum disorder (ASD) epidemiology, screening, and diagnosis, as well as appropriate early actions nurses can take when ASD is suspected.
 
Aquí os presetamos un nuevo episodio de la cronoficción “Diario de una Enfermera de Campaña en Tiempos de Coronavirus”. En este episodio os contamos la manifestación de las enfermeras en Madrid desde distintos puntos de vista. Insistimos, cualquier parecido con la realidad, es pura coincidencia. Si esta podcast te gusta, por favor, suscríbete tanto…
 
On the podcast this week, Host Conor Burke is joined by Michelle Dowd the Nurse Manager of Intensive Care Services at Liverpool Hospital.Michelle has been intimately involved in the treatment of the sickest COVID-19 patitnets since the beginning of the pandemic. They talk about the recent COVID outbreak at Liverpool hospital and how the virus has e…
 
The post QOD 097: Adult viral infection (Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies) appeared first on NURSING.com.Jon Haws RN: Critical Care Nurse & NCLEX Educator による
 
Every time we post a PodQuiz the feedback is overwhelming...you guys LOVE these! This PodQuiz reviews the signs and symptoms of electrolyte imbalances.New to PodQuizzes? In this podcast format, I ask a question then pause, giving you time to answer. I then reveal the answer...they’re flashcards for your ears!If you love flashcards, then you’ll love…
 
On this week's episode, we discuss the art of giving nursing shift change report! We discuss the basic framework of your report, which details to include and which to leave out, and we break down the various categories and sections within your report. Giving a stellar report takes PRACTICE, you've got to build that muscle over time. I hope this epi…
 
Many people say nursing is a calling. What if you’re no longer hearing that call? Adrianne welcomes former nurse Yolanda Russell to talk about her journey through nursing, her decision to leave the profession, and how she made the transition to entrepreneurship and her own business. Yolanda and Adrianne weave a path through lots of topics including…
 
The post QOD 093: Adult hypertension (Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies) appeared first on NURSING.com.Jon Haws RN: Critical Care Nurse & NCLEX Educator による
 
This week we’re diving back into Women’s Health with a look at high-risk pregnancy as it relates to the adolescent patient. The interesting thing about pregnant adolescents is that the high-risk aspect goes far beyond the physical. Looking for more resources for nursing school? Visit www.straightanursingstudent.comRead the show notes here: https://…
 
The Black Dog Institute have come up with an e-health hub offering mental health support. TEN (The Essential Network) is a multifaceted e-health hub, developed by health professionals for health professionals as part of the Australian government's COVID-19 response.Melissa Black joins NR to discuss the hub.…
 
On this episode, I break down my first CODE BLUE experience! This is a tough one for me to talk about, and has played a big role in the start to my nursing career. This code happened in the first few months of my career while I was still in orientation, and was difficult for me to recover from. It took a lot of talking and processing, but now I wan…
 
Margo is back with Adrianne for part 2 of their discussion on precepting senior nursing students. In this episode recorded in May 2020, they talk about starting the new semester with new students when COVID hit the United States hard. They talk about their experiences and the effects of COVID-19 upon nursing programs and students, and how clinical …
 
Phenytoin is an anti-seizure medication that is commonly asked about on exams and NCLEX. Oh, and you’ll probably see it in your nursing school clinicals, too! In this podcast episode we’ll talk through this medication using the Straight A Nursing framework DRRUGS. Looking to go beyond the Five Rights of medication administration with my Bulletproof…
 
On this episode, we have a raw, uncut, and honest conversation about how I am feeling about my nursing career. We talk burnout, struggle, and uncertainty. This episode is a little different than our usual feel-good, positive pump-up. Don't get me wrong, I still want you guys to practice positivity and gratitude through the struggles, but sometimes …
 
The importance of maintaining a routine and sense of purpose are discussed in this podcast on nurses’ well-being. Psychotherapist Colin Hughes, who is a lecturer in mental health nursing at Queen’s University Belfast, talks about ways to stay psychologically well during the pandemic. In the interview with senior nurse editor Richard Hatchett, Mr Hu…
 
In this episode Kevin talks to Brittany Klocko, not only is she the reigning Miss Texas 2020, but she is also an ER nurse and an incredibly giving humanitarian. You will hear how this 3rd generation nurse not only takes on pageant life but also works to stamp out health inequalities. If this episode doesn’t make you feel good, you better check your…
 
Are you a nurse who loves to write? This is your episode. Adrianne spends some time chatting with Janine Kelbach, nurse, author, coach, and creator of Write RN LLC and The Savvy Scribe. Janine and Adrianne cover the basics on Health Content Writing....what is it? who does it? where do we find their work? You may be surprised to hear her answers. Th…
 
Proper delegation is a key skill you’ll need to learn as a nursing student, long before you become an actual nurse. In fact, questions about proper delegation will show up on exams and your NCLEX! In this episode, learn the basics of delegation, what makes it safe (or unsafe) and the key components you need to consider each and every time. Looking …
 
Editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy and clinical editor Betsy Todd present the highlights of the October issue of AJN, including articles such as “Original Research: Suicide Among RNs: An Analysis of 2015 Data from the National Violent Death Reporting System,” “From the CDC: Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder,” “Nursing Research, Step by Step: How Do…
 
AJN editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy speaks with Patricia A. Patrician about her and her colleagues’ study, which sought to determine the number of suicides and estimated rate of suicide among RNs.
 
AJN editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy speaks with Bernadette Capili about her article, which focuses on how to start the research process by identifying a topic of interest and developing a well-defined research question. This article is the first in a new series on clinical research by nurses, “Nursing Research, Step by Step.”…
 
On this episode, we continue our discussion of the "who's who" on the hospital team. This week we talk about roles including RT's, OT'S, PT's, palliative care, pharmacy and more. This episode came at the request of one of our fantastic listeners, and I hope it can be helpful as some of you enter the workforce in understanding the different roles an…
 
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