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Pediatric Nursing is a clinically based journal covering the latest advances, trends, and research in child health care. Used as a resource by more than 12,000 child healthcare professionals, Pediatric Nursing features articles relevant for pediatric nurses in a variety of settings, from hospital to home and school, and with a variety of skills, from preventive to acute care.
 
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 ...
 
Presented by University of South Florida College of Nursing, this podcast is about frontline nurses in the COVID-19 era. Each month we provide the tools nurses need to navigate the challenges they face during a pandemic. We will cover the state of the science, self-care, and other critical topics.
 
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!
 
Welcome to Why We Care, the nursing career podcast from the people of Cygnet Health Care. We created this podcast to help and inspire nurses with advice, insights into working practices, and stories from our staff, service users, and patients. We called this podcast Why We Care because caring for others is at the heart of nursing. It truly is a life changing career. Thanks for listening, it means a lot to us.
 
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 ...
 
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Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is the most severe form of lung injury and happens to be prevalent as of late due to Covid-19. In this podcast episode we’ll talk about the pathophysiology of ARDS and then dive into the key need-to-know information using the Straight A Nursing LATTE method. If you find this podcast helpful, we’d love for …
 
Once in a while you have one of these serendipitous moments where you learn something that's completely different than what you thought you knew. And that is the Genesis for this conversation. I am talking to Cheryl Wilson, who is in charge of the St. Paul's PACE program out of the San Diego area, correct? Yes. So let's start with actually Boone. W…
 
How do you protect your emotional well-being as a nursing student – and during a pandemic? Mental health nursing student Fran Hufton talks about her tips to stay well, informed by own experience of anxiety, depression and trauma. She also tells host Nursing Standard editor Flavia Munn why social media is her ‘coping mechanism’ and how it can be a f…
 
Remember the good old days with the town doctor came to your house when you weren't feeling right? Didn't think so. But there was a time when that was the norm. The advances of medicine have moved that experience to the doctors practice we're all his tools are available to him. Well what if you could get the best of both worlds? The top quality phy…
 
On this episode, we discuss some tips and things to remember if you are a new nurse in the COVID ICU (or any COVID unit). We talk about flexing that "asking for help" muscle, swallowing a little pride, time management tips specific for COVID, and clinical expectations for these patients. Newer nurses are certainly being thrown into the deep end bet…
 
In this episode, Pediatric Nursing Journal Editor Dr. Judy Rollins interviews Dr. April Weatherly, winner of Pediatric Nursing’s 2019 Donna Wong Writers’ Award. Dr. Weatherly discusses pediatric mental health and her study on the effectiveness of two psychiatric screening tools for adolescent suicide risk. April Hooper Weatherly, DNP, CRNP-AC, is a…
 
I this episode Kevin talks to Jessica who is an ER nurse who stepped up and became an ICU nurse during the pandemic. We discuss the lessons learned and the scars earned as a frontline nurse in a pandemic. This episode is a little rough, I think it will hit close to home for many of you.Kevin McFarlane RN による
 
Martha Dewey Bergren, editor of The Journal of School Nursing, interviews author Shoshana Aronowitz discuss their article, "A Mixed-Studies Review of the School-to-Prison Pipeline and a Call to Action for School Nurses". To view the article, click here.
 
#92 - New Grad Nurse Brandy - Foresight and Sacrifice - S5E1 Today, we speak with an INCREDIBLE New Grad who has an amazing story of foresight and sacrifice. I can’t wait to share this incredible story with you, and I hope that it inspires some of you who are wondering if you can do it. Brandy is a mother who made an incredible sacrifice to ensure …
 
Met tien studenten een ziekenhuisafdeling overnemen, is binnen KdG al 10 jaar realiteit. Maar wat betekent dit voor de studenten? Welke impact heeft de format op hun leerproces? Wat zijn de spelregels? Hoe slaag je? Binnen deze episode wordt de code gekraakt!KdG Hogeschool - opleiding Verpleegkunde による
 
Students, even those who do well in other classes, often struggle with mental health nursing. Many times these students have no idea why they’re struggling, they just know this class can be especially difficult. But guess what? When you understand WHY you could find a class challenging, you can go in there armed with appropriate tools to meet these…
 
'The Nurse' podcast is the harrowing tale of sexual abuse and institutional mismanagement that has rocked Tasmania and its health system.Journalist and creator of the podcast Camille Bianchi, joins Nursing Review to chat about the story.NursingReview による
 
As a certified Alzheimer's disease specialist and expert in contested files with a masters in social work, Stephanie has had significant experience in the types of situations that can occur when people haven’t prepared for getting old. These situations might include everything from self-serving relatives attempting to wheedle funds by invoking heal…
 
On this episode, we discuss my tops tips to mastering delegation. I prefer to think about delegation as asking for help, and being assertive when needed. Delegation can feel uncomfortable at first, especially when you are new to a well-established unit. It can feel weird to delegate tasks to someone who has been doing this for 10 years while you ha…
 
Follow along with a neuro case study featuring a fictional patient who suffers a CVA. We’ll talk through his medical history and key assessment findings then implement a plan of care that unfolds as you listen. Read the show notes here: https://www.straightanursingstudent.com/neuro-case-study/Are you looking for ways to prepare for nursing school o…
 
Al 10 jaar lang nemen 3de jaars KdG-studenten Verpleegkunde afdelingen van ziekenhuizen over. Jawel, je leest het goed: studenten! Ze organiseren de zorg, communiceren met dokters ... Ze nemen elke taak van de vaste verpleegkundigen over. Een geweldige kans voor onze studenten om 'het leven zoals het is - ziekenhuis' te ontdekken en elk aspect van …
 
Having worked in biotechnology and pharmaceutical manufacturing for the last decade, Andrew is no stranger to the type of studies that have been employed to test the recent surge of COVID-19 vaccines. After deciding to volunteer in one of these studies, Andrew filled out a survey expressing his interest and was contacted a few months later by a rep…
 
I know so many nursing students have questions about L&D nursing, what it’s like and how to get into such an exciting (and popular) field. So today I have a special treat for you! I’m interviewing Hannah, an RN who recently landed her dream job at a large hospital’s labor and delivery unit.We’ll talk through what she loves about the job, the differ…
 
¡Hola Revolucionarias y Revolucionarios! Despedimos el año con este modesto podcast. No tenemos tiempo ni para respirar. Esperemos que estos días de tanto trabajo no empeoren en Enero. Os dejamos este podcast para animaros en este último día del año. Os deseamos unas felices fiestas, un próspero año nuevo y que todos nuestros deseos se cumplan en e…
 
On this episode, I give you some tips and tricks to master prioritization in your patient care. Prioritization is key for efficient and effective nursing, but is often a tough skill to tackle. We discuss using your ABCs, adopting the CURE hierarchy when ranking your tasks, and some important questions to ask yourself while deciding what to do first…
 
NASN School Nurse Editor, Cynthia Galemore, interviews author Eileen Moss about the article, "Enhancing Your Virtual Footprint: The School Nurse’s Professional Health Office Website". To view the article, click here.
 
In celebration of reaching ONE MILLION DOWNLOADS a few months ago, I invited my podcast listeners and nurse colleagues to call in with their best advice for new nurses and nursing students. I am so excited to share these inspiring and encouraging messages with you in this bonus episode!To everyone who recorded a message, thank you SO MUCH! It takes…
 
In this episode, I’m revealing the core subjects you should review to prepare for pharmacology. After all, it’s one of the most challenging subjects for nursing students to master because it introduces a vast amount of new material.However, the good news is, a lot of this material stems from foundation knowledge you already possess. A systematic re…
 
On this episode, we discuss how to build and maintain strong relationships with your significant other, family, or friends as a nurse. Especially for those of you who are new, this can be a tough challenge as you transition into the profession. 12 hour shifts, working nights, exhaustion, and overwhelm can test any relationship. We discuss strong co…
 
Editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy and senior clinical editor Christine Moffa present the highlights of the January issue of AJN, including articles such as “Original Research: Nurses’ Perspectives on Caring for Patients with Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders,” “2020: The Year of COVID-19,” “Back to Basics: The Complete Blood Count,’” “Cultivating Quality: Impl…
 
AJN editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy speaks with Bernadette Capili about her article, an introduction to designing study eligibility criteria and recruiting study participants. This article is the second in a new series on clinical research by nurses, “Nursing Research, Step by Step.”
 
AJN editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy speaks with Lydia A. Bertschi about her article, which discusses the meaning and function of complete blood count components and highlights the important pathophysiological evidence they provide.
 
In this episode, Kevin talks with a nurse who found herself on the other side of the stretcher. Deena was hospitalized as a PUI and she shares her experience with hopes of improving the visits of future patients. This episode will change the way you see the patient experience.Kevin McFarlane RN による
 
Research shows that talking is crucial to brain development, mental health, and well-being. Talking has been shown to feed and enhance the working, short term memory, which is the first type to decline in Seniors. Improvement of the working memory will, in turn, feed the long-term memory and overall health. Phone buddies are trained, empathic, pass…
 
To all who have received acceptance letters and are starting nursing school soon...CONGRATULATIONS! I am so very excited and happy for you as you take this next big step on your journey to become a nurse. In this episode I’ll talk you through some of the key things you can do before school even starts to get ready for nursing school, including whic…
 
“You get a chance to breathe. You sleep in a way that you haven’t slept for in years.” This is what care means to Jaden’s parents. Andrea and Andrew share their son’s story and the challenges they face. We dedicated a whole episode to Andrea and Andrew because they have so much to share. This heartfelt conversation brings home to us why we care.…
 
We learn a lot from our patients and service users. Raf, our Expert by Experience Lead, chats with Rowan. Raf is at the heart of our approach to co-production with service users and he shares some valuable experiences and advice on how he makes it all happen.Why We Care による
 
How do you care for your career when you’re busy caring for others? Career development is more than training; it’s about the small things that make a big difference. Tom, Claire, and Dean are nurses here at Cygnet Health Care. They’re good friends and colleagues who have extensive experience between them. This episode is a candid chat about why the…
 
Our patients and service users share their stories and experiences about what it means to be cared for. They also talk about what good care looks like. It means so much to hear from our service users. Thanks for sharing your advice and stories.Why We Care による
 
Why do you work in healthcare? It’s a small question with some big answers. We hear about what it means to our staff to care for others. Thanks to our amazing staff for taking the time out of their busy schedules to chat with us. It’s great hearing why they do what they do. And during the tough times, it reminds us all why we work in healthcare.…
 
EPISODE SUMMARY On this first episode of Frontline Nursing host Dr. Rayna Letourneau is joined by Dr. Kimberly Hatchel to discuss her standpoint on leadership and resiliency during times of crisis, and the importance of self-care. ABOUT OUR SPEAKER Dr. Kim Hatchel has over 30 years of nursing experience, including both patient care and executive le…
 
On this episode, we discuss the science behind the stress response, how stress can actually HELP us, reframing our thoughts, and managing stress and overwhelm (rather than trying to eliminate it). During this season, we all have a million reasons to feel stressed. Between a pandemic, working too many hours, and the holiday season, it can all feel l…
 
Award-winning author Mark Bostridge, who has written an acclaimed book on Ms Nightingale, joins senior nurse editor Richard Hatchett to discuss the ‘lady with the lamp’. The episode, which comes in the bicentenary of Ms Nightingale’s birth this year, covers her influence as a public health reformer, time at Scutari hospital during the Crimean War a…
 
Today we’re talking about one of my favorite topics….shopping for nursing school supplies! With the holidays coming up, it’s the perfect time to add some must-have items to your wish list. It includes some bigger ticket items and things that fit beautifully in a stocking. Happy shopping!Get the links to my favorites here: https://www.straightanursi…
 
Alok Mahadevia, who goes by Loki, discovered laughter yoga in 2012 after feeling extremely lonely upon moving to the United States from India. His subsequent experience led him to discover how beneficial this practice was for seniors, those coping with chronic problems or terminal illness, and anyone else simply feeling isolated. Founded in the lat…
 
On this episode, we talk through a full patient case (2 patients) in the COVID ICU on a busy night. Unlike our last "night in the life," this was the type of night where there was no time to get organized, review charts, or plan the day as we normally like to. This was a "put out fires and keep your head above water" type of shift that would not ha…
 
In this episode, Kevin has yet another conversation with Dr. Lisa Wolf. This time they discuss what nurses need to know about the COVID-19 vaccines that are going to soon be avaliable. If you haven't done much research lets see if Dr. Wolf can shed a littKevin McFarlane RN による
 
In this week's podcast, Kevin has the opportunity to sit down with Janie Schumaker, MBA, RN, CEN, CENP, CPHQ, FABC. She is the Executive Director of the Board of Certification of Emergency Nurses. In this episode they discuss the EDvantage program. This is an exciting program that introduces new grad nurses to emergency nursing. This is a fantastic…
 
The key to feeling confident (or at least less anxious) in clinical is knowing what to do should something really scary happen. In this episode, we’ll talk through the three main types of tracheostomy emergencies and how nurses can intervene. Looking for a way to be the most organized nursing student you can possibly be? Check out the planner desig…
 
Do the words ‘is there a nurse onboard’ fill you with dread, or do you spring into action without a second thought? This episode examines Good Samaritan acts, when nurses respond to health emergencies while off duty. Buckinghamshire New University senior lecturer Carolyn Crouchman joins Nursing Standard senior nurse editor Richard Hatchett to discu…
 
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