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This is a safe place for nursing students to get honest answers from an instructor’s point of view. This podcast will cover an array of nursing content that is seen on major nursing exams such as NCLEX, HESI, ATI and more. For Nurse Practitioner students, learn about the important concepts to know for your state exam. Follow me on Youtube, IG, FB and Tik Tok: Nexus Nursing For Audio-lessons and more, be sure to visit: www.nexusnursinginstitute.com
 
The nursing home administrator's best friend on the internet. Being an LNHA has never been easy. Covid has only made it even more challenging. Let's do this together🎗. This is where we interview and meet the leaders, innovators, and trendsetters in the nursing home industry. This is your go-to resource to gain practical solutions to everyday problems facing nursing home administrators. Questions/Comments? Email me - shmuel@snfmarketing.com
 
Presented by University of South Florida College of Nursing, this podcast is about frontline nurses in the COVID-19 era. Each month we provide the tools nurses need to navigate the challenges they face during a pandemic. We will cover the state of the science, self-care, and other critical topics.
 
Becoming a Registered Nurse is far more than just a career choice, it is a calling. Join your host Nicholas "Nick" Palczer, current Medical-Surgical Nurse, and Firefighter/EMT, as we have bi-weekly conversations ranging from career development, leadership, specialty opportunities, current clinical practice, guest interviews, and everything relating to the profession of nursing. If you are a past, present, or up-and-coming nurse, then this podcast is for you. Don't forget to like or follow us ...
 
このポッドキャストでは国際的に活躍する看護師さんや医療職者にスポットをあてインタビューをします。皆さんのストーリーの中から国際看護や国際医療の実情を掘り出し、一歩踏み出したいあなたの背中を押します! In this podcast, We will strive to present to you detailed information related to global nursing and medicine by interviewing medical professionals who flourish in a global society. We believe these stories will lead you to take a step for your bright future! (*エピソードで公開される内容は個人の経験からの情報です。制度や仕組みも年々変化しているので、話の内容と実際が異なる場合があります。ご了承下さい。)
 
SimpleNursing has helped over 200,000 students pass their nursing school exams and the NCLEX™! On average, our members report a 96% NCLEX pass rate, and 17% score increase on their next nursing exam, typically an 82% overall. We are now turning some of our most popular courses, based on NCLEX™ standards, into podcasts. Up first, Pharmacology!
 
Plugged In To Nursing is the podcast that celebrates and informs the profession of Nursing. Plugged In to Nursing is a podcast led by nurses, for nurses, and it’s all about helping nurses stay informed about current nursing issues, and to provide an “on-the -go” resource for your clinical and professional learning and growth.
 
On a daily basis nurses care about and resolve matters that impact humans physically, emotionally and financially. On this platform we will discuss matters that impact both nurses and business. Obscurity is a disease and no one should do this life/ business thing alone. This is where life and business intersect. Let's connect on LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/ameliaroberts/
 
The Nursing Economic$ Podcast Series provides extended content of articles published in Nursing Economic$. Nursing Economic$, The Journal for Health Care Leaders, advances nursing leadership in health care by providing information on current and emerging best practices. Perfect for nurse executives, nurse managers, nurse educators, and other healthcare administrators, Nursing Economic$ features dynamic articles addressing quality care, innovative cost strategies, and fiscal and ethical respo ...
 
All About Nursing explains how nurses play a significant role in providing healthcare in multiple care settings. You will be able to hear from some of these key nurses who work in practice, academia and other practice settings. There are many different kinds of roles nurses have to choose from which makes it a great profession to work in. Additionally you will hear about challenges nurses are engaged in as healthcare continues to experience an unprecedented need to decrease costs and improve ...
 
We provide education for nurses at every stage of their professional life! Check out discussions about topics that the nursing community cares about! The My Nursing Mastery Podcast series discusses nursing school tips, tricks, strategies, stories, and all things related to nursing school, the NCLEX and your nursing career. We discuss NCLEX exam strategies, tips, tricks, and stories from many who have succeeded on the NCLEX. We address issues and topics that the nursing community cares about!
 
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On this episode, we talk about EXERCISE! This episode is part 2 of our health series. I would love to answer ANY questions you have about nursing in general, or hear about areas you are struggling with right now. Message me @ashley_nursingcoop or shoot me an email at thenursingcoop@gmail.com with any questions, feedback, or comments. Happy Nursing!…
 
Today, ICU patients seem to become sicker and more sedated. Sedation medications, such as Propofol, have become more accessible and can be hung up and left on a drip all day. Heidi Engel, PT, DPT argues that less sedation and more mobilization should be thought of as important as taking medications. In this episode, we discuss how nurses can play a…
 
2 stories about mom’s I took care of as a nurse. Nursing can be a life changing experience. The post Nursing Stories About Mom’s (Mother’s Day 2021) appeared first on NURSING.com.על ידי Jon Haws RN & Ashley Adkins RN BSN | Nursing School Mentor, NCLEX® Educator
 
This episode is the first of a series featuring nurses from around the world. Imagine learning nursing in a completely foreign language. That is exactly what this week’s guest did. In this episode, Kevin talks with Shira, a nurse in Jerusalem. Shira shares what it is like to be an emergency nurse in the heart of Israel. If you haven’t subscribed ye…
 
When we talk about sinus rhythms, we’re not just talking about “normal sinus rhythm.” We’re actually talking about the standard rhythms that originate in the sinus node…could be too fast, could be too slow and could be juuuuuuust right. In this episode we’re breaking down: The components of a “normal” sinus rhythm Sinus tachycardia characteristics,…
 
Writing a will is the kind of task we put off - but preparing one is actually, generally quite straightforward. In this episode, solicitor Daniel Price explains what you need to do ahead of making a will writing appointment and gives an overview of the process. He also tells senior news reporter Kimberley Hackett the importance of a will for nurses…
 
On this episode, we discuss one of the oldest rivalries amongst the medical professions, the Nurse vs. the Paramedic! Jenny Michaud, RN, NRP, joins us with over eight years of emergency medicine experience; ranging from nursing, to Emergency Medical Services (EMS), to being an EMS educator. Currently working as a paramedic in rural, northern Wyomin…
 
Assistant Professor Michelle Patch discusses the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing’s COVID-19 mobile vaccination clinics, how practitioners are being trained, and the skills students are learning through the COVID-19 pandemic. Follow on Twitter: Michelle Patch @MichellePatch24 Johns Hopkins School of Nursing @JHUNursing Episode Highlights: 0:30 Immun…
 
AJN senior clinical editor Christine Moffa speaks with Crystal Morales about her article, which describes Care for the Caregiver—a peer-to-peer program that provides support to clinicians who have experienced an unexpected and emotionally distressing event—and how it was adapted in the authors’ health system in response to the pandemic.…
 
As a geriatric social worker and memory coach who's been in the field for twenty years, Rena, knows a lot about memory and particularly how it declines. She provides a distinction between normal memory loss and abnormal memory loss which impedes daily functioning and is associated with conditions such as dementia and Alzheimer's. While genetics are…
 
As the backbone of the healthcare system, nurses face increasingly complex patient care, shorter lengths of stay, higher acuity levels and the almost constant evolution of technology. At Ohio State, the Clinical Ladder program recognizes and rewards staff nurses for their clinical expertise in delivering direct care to patients. In applying to this…
 
2 stories about mom’s I took care of as a nurse. Nursing can be a life changing experience. The post Nursing Stories About Mom’s (Mother’s Day 2021) appeared first on NURSING.com.על ידי Jon Haws RN: Nursing Podcast Host, Critical Care Nurse, Nursing School Mentor, & NCLEX Educator
 
2 stories about mom’s I took care of as a nurse. Nursing can be a life changing experience. The post Nursing Stories About Mom’s (Mother’s Day 2021) appeared first on NURSING.com.על ידי Kati Kleber RN CCRN (Critical Care Nurse, Nursing Student Mentor, NCLEX educator, and Nursing Podcast Host)
 
2 stories about mom’s I took care of as a nurse. Nursing can be a life changing experience. The post Nursing Stories About Mom’s (Mother’s Day 2021) appeared first on NURSING.com.על ידי Jon Haws RN: Critical Care Nurse & NCLEX Educator
 
2 stories about mom’s I took care of as a nurse. Nursing can be a life changing experience. The post Nursing Stories About Mom’s (Mother’s Day 2021) appeared first on NURSING.com.על ידי Jon Haws RN: Critical Care Nurse NCLEX Educator
 
On this episode, we talk about SLEEP! This episode is part 1 of our health series. I would love to answer ANY questions you have about nursing in general, or hear about areas you are struggling with right now. Message me @ashley_nursingcoop or shoot me an email at thenursingcoop@gmail.com with any questions, feedback, or comments. Happy Nursing! ht…
 
One of the most common and often-prescribed drug classes is that of benzodiazepines. In this podcast episode we’re talking about: How benzodiazepines work What conditions they are used for (there are a lot!) Abuse and tolerance Guidelines for safe administration Patient teaching Plus, I share my completely goofy but totally effective method for rem…
 
Pregnant and breastfeeding patients aren't always hospitalized for obstetric reasons and can be placed throughout the hospital. Dr. Michelle Solone, OBGYN talks to us about how we can assess these patients, what to look out for, and how nurses can promote pumping and breastfeeding during a hospitalization. Common reasons for non-OBGYN related hospi…
 
On this episode, we talk about a few quick tips I have for anyone about to start at a new job, especially for my new nurses! These tips should help you start your job in a positive mindset, prepared for the challenge ahead. I'm rooting for you!! I would love to answer ANY questions you have about nursing in general, or hear about areas you are stru…
 
Assistant Professor Michelle Patch discusses the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing’s COVID-19 mobile vaccination clinics, how practitioners are being trained, and the skills students are learning through the COVID-19 pandemic. Follow on Twitter: Michelle Patch @MichellePatch24 Johns Hopkins School of Nursing @JHUNursing Episode Highlights: 0:30 Immun…
 
A student reached out to me a few weeks ago to ask “How do you leave your work at the hospital? What do you do when a patient touches your heart, but you have to leave and go home?” In this podcast episode we’ll be diving into compassion fatigue, what causes it, the signs, and how to prevent it. We’ve also got exciting things happening at Straight …
 
AJN editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy speaks with Kerry Shields and Kristin Atlas about their article, which describes the epidemiology, pathophysiology, signs and symptoms, other potential diagnoses, and treatments relevant to MIS-C.
 
In this episode, Kevin talks to Adam Johnston the President of the North Dakota ENA. Adam is a nurse, educator, advocate, and leader. He shares some of his experience with the audience and tells about how he spoke up to protect the nurses of North Dakota. You are going to love this episode. Wait till you hear his answer for three things. It is AWES…
 
On this episode, we have a real quick, to-the-point PEP TALK for all of those nurses who need that right now. This idea has been on my heart, and I have had this feeling like some of you guys might need some support and love right now. I am ROOTING for you, and I am always on your team. You are doing incredible things, and I SEE you. I would love t…
 
On this episode, we take a look into the nurse-technician partnership from the eyes of Senior Airman Ryan Patterson. Currently an Air Force Medical Technician, he has spent the last 4 years working on one of the busiest Medical-Surgical Units. We’ll cover being a medical-technician, scope(s) of practice, the nurse-technician partnership, and even p…
 
When we’re looking at burns, we’re going to be looking at four main factors. The type of burn, the amount of surface burned, the depth of the burn and the location of the burn. We’ll dive into each of those in this episode and even do a little practice estimating TBSA. We’ve also got exciting things happening at Straight A Nursing! Maybe you notice…
 
On this episode, we get an inside look on what it has been liking in the world of Nursing School during COIVD times from current nursing instructor, Beth Anne Hawkey, M.Ed., MSN, RN. With over two decades of educator experience and a wide-variety of career experiences within the profession of nursing, she offers us her and students’ year-long, ongo…
 
You have a low mood, feel exhausted, irritable and aren’t sleeping well. It may be the demands of nursing work – but could it be the perimenopause or menopause? Menopause specialist and GP Louise Newson talks to Nursing Standard head of news and features Kat Keogh about how to identify these life changes and why they shouldn’t cause women to quit t…
 
On this episode of On the Pulse, Host Mona Shattell interviews Dr. Lucine Francis about her work in creating healthy environments for young children. They discuss recommended screen time for kids and how child care providers can ensure children get daily physical activity. Dr. Francis is a public health nurse and researcher at the Johns Hopkins Sch…
 
Despite starting off as a nurse and clinical liaison, Steve’s side gig of marketing and content creation soon grew into a full-service agency, Craft Media, of which he remains president. Though senior care facilities serve an older clientele, they are really marketing to younger relatives, decision-makers and placement workers in hospitals, and pot…
 
Dr. Brandon Varr, an advanced heart failure and transplant cardiologist, provides insight into how heart failure is managed by diuretics and whether or not fluid restriction is important. Heart Failure (HF) Refresher Heart Failure (HF) simple means that the heart is not pumping enough blood to adequately supply organs. Body’s “Short Term Fix”: Kidn…
 
On this episode, we interview Becky, the owner of Family Wise Financial Coach! We cover it all, from budgeting, credit versus cash, paying off debt, and saving for big money goals. Becky is so easy to talk to, and explains complicated financial topics in a straightforward, easy-to-understand way. This episode is perfect for anyone on a financial jo…
 
When your patient has a sudden change in neurological status, it can be very scary for everyone involved. If your patient is having a stroke, their best chance for a positive outcome is TIMELY intervention. In today’s episode we’ll be talking through what happens when you call a stroke alert on your patient. What are you doing to prepare for nursin…
 
As the founder of MNT Associates and an experienced long-term care dietitian, Esther Gutman hires, trains, and provides dietitians to long-term care facilities. Dietary is often disregarded as glorified catering when, in fact, it is one of the most prominent facets of a facility. It is the one area of service that every resident and every family me…
 
So very many of you have written emails, reviews and social media messages telling me how you listen to the podcast while you’re exercising, making dinner, driving to class or doing chores around the house. For a lot of you, my voice is one you hear often throughout your program and it makes me feel like I’m along with you on your journey. I am spe…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Business of Nursing! In this episode, Melissa, Wendy and I discuss taking a problem that does not get much visibility, that is pelvic health! We will also discuss a community favorite: a real life story of how a someone turned a challenging life experience into a solution by finding the RIGHT strategic partner! In …
 
If there’s one thing that gets nursing students and new nurses REALLY nervous (like voice shaking, sweat-on-the-forehead nervous), it’s calling the MD with a concern about your patient. You might be thinking, “What if I don’t know what to say?” or “What if they ask me a question I don’t know the answer to?” or even “What if they yell at me, tell me…
 
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