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Hey! Thanks for stopping by. My name is Will and I’m a Nurse Practitioner. I currently work as a family nurse practitioner in the ER and inpatient settings, but I really love educating! It is my goal to post high-quality nursing content that is relevant and visually stimulating. Please be sure to join my Email list to get the most out of Health and Willness!
The cranial nerve assessment doesn’t have to be impossible – learn how to confidently do a comprehensive exam of the cranial nerves!
Choosing between the AANP vs ANCC is an important decision to make for future Nurse Practitioners! While both exams are similar, there are significant differences between the two!
Nursing medication errors can literally kill patients, and nurses are on the front lines and need to be vigilant in preventing them from happening!
Nurse practitioners and physician assistants BOTH are great members of the healthcare team. But what is the difference in their education, job role, and salary?
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!
Both physicians and Nurse Practitioners have similar job roles, but what exactly is the difference between their education and training? Both careers are challenging and rewarding, but they are both very different. This article explains the difference in education, training, and job role of both.
Have you ever wondered how much Nurse Practitioners make? Have you considered becoming a nurse practitioner? If so, you don’t want to miss this information to help you plan your future!
Sepsis is very common within the hospital and has a high mortality rate. Whether you are the nurse, nurse practitioner, or doctor – you need to know the steps to take in the management of this clinical syndrome.
Have you ever wondered about going back to become a physician? Is there an RN to MD fast-track? Is it right for me, and what do I need to know before starting?