#Week4- Nursing Fundamentals. The Forgotten Process Recording.

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There’s nothing like walking onto a unit, for a 12 hour shift; after a 2 week vacation to some tropical island, receiving  an alert on your phone that reads “MISSLE INBOUND,” singing karaoke with strangers, drinking Mai Tais, getting married to a local, all while doing the Cha-Cha Slide. 

I know. It’s wild. Not knowing your patients, I mean. Time for first impressions all over again…   Continue reading “#Week4- Nursing Fundamentals. The Forgotten Process Recording.”

#Week3. Tip for the New Grad RN: Don’t Be Picky or Settle.

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Happy MLK weekend everyone! Another year, another batch of NCLEX takers are upon us. Soon, you will all be board-certified bad mother-ducklings! Time to get out those resumes, those CVs! Time to get yourself that sharp looking interview attire!

TIME TO GET YOUR BUTTS HANDED TO YOU WITH LONG CALL BACK WAITS!

or worse…REJECTIONS!

…but it doesn’t have to be. Continue reading “#Week3. Tip for the New Grad RN: Don’t Be Picky or Settle.”

#Week2- All Nurses Are Psych Nurses…In One Way or Another.

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In one way or another, we’ve all been there: 4 in the morning, holding up your friend’s hair because she had too much wine. Your week long ear binge of her talking about how life sucks and other mindless crap you could care less about, has summed up to a weekend of puking in the toilet. And there you are standing, saying to yourself, “this biddy.” Continue reading “#Week2- All Nurses Are Psych Nurses…In One Way or Another.”