One nurse blogger who I am honored to know is Katie Kleber from FreshRN. If the name sounds familiar, she is the author of the book Becoming Nursey, that takes new nurses from school to bedside with practical advice and some humor. Now Katie is back with her second book, Admit One. Admit One: What You Must Know When Going to the Hospital I recently had a chance to talk to Katie about her newest book Admit One and what it takes …
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You’re so excited when starting nursing school and student loans are so easy to get that it seems like no big deal to get a few. You take out the loans and sign on the dotted line because you’ve dreamed of this career and you know it’s what you want to do with your life. Fast forward a few years and congrats, you indeed are a Registered Nurse, but now you are scratching your head at the end of each month trying to ﬁgure out where …
A nurse’s Christmas is often not like others. Instead of spending the day with their families, many nurses will spend the day caring for the ill. On Christmas morning when you’re running downstairs, wearing your Christmas pajamas, and excited to spend time with your family, think of the nurses and other healthcare workers who are taking care of the sickest of the sick. Nurses are hard at work when the rest of the world relaxes. It’s a hard job, but fortunately many people are aware of how difficult it can be, and are very supportive of nurses.
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?
The practice of nursing is guided by certain state education laws, rules, regulations, and the code of ethics. According to these, nurses are morally bound to care for and treat all patients regardless of disease entities, socio-economic status, cultural views, religion and sexual orientation, and so forth. Nurses are to care for all people. My nursing school motto was, “Amicus Humani Generis” which translated to be, “ Lover of the Human Race.” Wouldn’t it be ironic to go against the core of this statement?
I just wanted to share about my NCLEX experience.
I graduated June 21 and took my NCLEX shortly after. I put a lot of time and effort into study but still struggled with recognizing many of the medication names/classes along with their actions/side effects and with several other big areas. I could have postponed, but I just wanted to get it over with.
Many people may wonder if the healthcare field will be the right fit for them. Of coarse talking to any family, friends or acquaintances who work in healthcare can be more than helpful, but the only way to truly know for sure whether you will enjoy and prosper in a healthcare position is to obtain one yourself.