Improve your problem-solving and clinical judgment as a nurse by asking yourself these important 5 questions before calling the doctor!
Calling the Doctor as the Nurse can be NERVE WRACKING! This was a MAJOR point of anxiety for me when I first started working as a nurse. Learn how to give phone report like a pro!
No matter what setting you start in, utilize the resources you have available to you, work your butt off, and constantly be open to learning – and you will succeed! But to help you on your journey – here are 6 of my best tips for clinical practice!
For inpatient providers, there are many different tools and calculations which can help with risk stratification, prevention, diagnosis, and management. These clinical calculators are sure to be useful to you during your shift in the hospital!
If you’re a nurse within the hospital, you must use IVs on the daily. However, IV insertion can be difficult and is a skill that takes time to develop. Use these 10 IV insertion Tips to improve your IV game!
One obstacle that new nurses face is learning how to chart quickly and effectively. Learning time-management and charting skills is difficult enough, let alone actually taking care of the patients! Use these Top 6 Charting Tips for Newbie Nurses to help you transition into the nursing role and help you chart like a pro!
Tips, tricks, and hacks to make that 12-hour shift in the ER a little bit more bearable. The more you know, the more you can save time, save your senses, and save your sanity!