In 2016, The Nerdy Nurse aimed at being consistent. We wanted to bring you our very best nursing blogs. We’ve narrowed our focus to almost exclusively on nursing content and really tried to hone in and write on topics that we knew you would be interested in. Historically we’ve jumped around to topics ranging from parenting, […]
Gearing up for the NCLEX(R) exam can be frustrating at times, but our list of resources for practice NCLEX questions and study aids may make it easier. There’s no doubt about it- the NCLEX is a pivotal exam. With a lot riding on your result- admittance, potential job opportunities, etc. – you’ll want to be […]
I looked at my clock as I had been tossing and turning all night with stomach pains. 2:43am. What was going on? Appendicitis? I flip open one of my old text books..no not that. Did I all of a sudden become lactose intolerant? Do I have a gallstone? Was it a back injury? Was it […]
Let’s face it; the classic stethoscope has it’s place in healthcare, but it’s 2016. A stethoscope is a tool that no nurse can be without. With technology completely changing the world and standards of care in healthcare, it’s no surprise that electronic stethoscopes are on on the rise. These devices have come a long way […]
I have helped many nurses discover blogging, learn more about blogging, and even encouraged some (like my friend Nurse Eye Roll) to come out of the anonymous blogging and social media closet. I’ve spent countless hours researching the skills, tools, and methods needed to be a successful blogger and have grown a site that attracts over 100,000 visitors every month. It’s time that I start lighting more torches in the world and teach nurses the business of blogging.
This post contains affiliate links. I have said before, and I’ll say it again: We need more nursing blogs. There are so many different specialties, points of views, and ways to do things that there is more than enough room for all of us to work together. Every nurse has a story to tell and […]
A few months ago I wrote about a post titled “What is Visual Privacy and How to Avoid Visual Hacking.” My goal was to define both visual privacy and visual hacking and offer solutions to protect sensitive data. I highlighted 3M™ Privacy Filters and how they can protect data both at home and on the job. This post is a followup to continue to dive into the issue of visual hacking, and how my 3M™ Privacy Filter has helped to keep my data safe from prying eyes.
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The Titan iPhone cable is 1 meter long MFI certified indestructible iPhone charger. What makes it special is the fact that it is wrapped in two layers of industrial-grade, high-strength flexible steel. The Titan iPhone cable is everything proof! Fuse Chicken describes the Titan as the world’s toughest cable. I mean, this sucker has held up against chainsaws, sledge hammers, and cars! If you’re worried about the connectors, don’t. It’s fused on both ends so you won’t get any frayed ends.
Every year students prepping nursing students find themsleves asking the question “What is the TEAS test?” If all the core classes, applications, and fees aren’t enough, many nursing programs add an exam called the TEAS test to the nursing school application process. Since the process of applying ot nursing school can be very competitive, having another facet to review a potential nursing student’s skills can be helpful. It can also help students who may have a lower GPA to get a more competitive chance in the application process. So what is the TEST test?