Brittney Wilson, BSN, RN

Brittney Wilson, BSN, RN, a bachelors-prepared registered nurse, is the founder and owner of The Nerdy Nurse® and TheNerdyNurse.com. She is the co-founder of Health Media Academy and is an award-winning author and blogger, international keynote speaker, and influencer in the nursing and healthcare technology communities. Brittney is the author of The Nerdy Nurse's Guide to Technology and co-author of The Nurse's Guide to Blogging. She blogs about nursing, technology, health IT, at other healthcare topics at thenerdynurse.com. Want to blog like Brittney? Take the Take the Nurse Blogging 101 online course!

What Does the TID Medical Abbreviation Mean?

What Does the TID Medical Abbreviation Mean?

Have you ever been to the doctor and they’ve written down a bunch of medical abbreviations that you don’t understand? Well, you’re not alone. Many of these abbreviations can be confusing and difficult to keep track of what all of these letters mean. You may have heard or seen the medical abbreviation “TID” and wondered what it meant. In this blog post, we’ll look at the meaning of “TID.” TID: What Does it Mean? The Tid medical abbreviation stands for three times a day. It’s a …

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CRNA: Nurse Anesthetist Career Guide

CRNA: Nurse Anesthetist Career Guide

Becoming a Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) is a career goal for many nurses. In fact, when I was in nursing school nearly half of the class stated that becoming a CRNA was their future goal. However, many nurses and nursing students are unclear of the process that must be followed in order to become a CRNA. In this blog post we’ll discuss some quick facts about CRNAs, average salary, career outlook, educational requirements and resources (including guides for exactly how to become a CRNA). As a bonus we’ve also listed some cool gifts and items that show pride in the profession.

Nursing Interview Questions and Tips

Nursing Interview Questions and Tips

One of the best ways you can prepare for an interview is to practice your answers to some of the most common nursing interview questions. Although no two interviews are exactly the same, most nurse managers ask many of the same types of questions. Getting your thoughts together and ideas of how to answers these questions ahead of time will help you appear confident and prepared during the interview process.

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