Nursing Business Bootcamp-Online

Join me this Friday for the best 3-month online nursing business course the “Nursing Business Bootcamp” Here is what you’ll expect:

The program will include:

  • Personal consultation throughout
  • Mastermind group sessions
  • 4 business modules to complete
  • A private FB group with 2 live Q&A sessions per month
  • A business plan template,
  • Assistance with starting your business from beginning stages to your first client

Because this program is so intensive I can only take serious inquires only………Only certain nurses will be selected to participate in this one of a kind elite program for nursing entrepreneurs.

As a Nurse Entrepreneur, you can still care for patients while enjoying the benefits of self-employment—If you like having more control over your career and determining your own schedule this program is for you.


  1. Must be a licensed or registered nurse (LPN or RN)
  2. Must reside in the United States or Canada
  3. Must be serious about starting a business
  4. Must be willing to learn and open to possibilities
  5. Must be a go-getter with a positive outlook
  6. At least 1 year experience in nursing or other healthcare related fields.
  7. Willing to invest in you and your purpose
  8. And most importantly…….. Must be ready to take on the world!

Program begins September 1st. (Space is limited…program is only open to a certain number of participants so don’t hesitate to apply).

Program fee is $597 (payment plans available). You can pay $197 a month for 3 months or the entire fee upfront.

I look forward to serving you.

Dr. Sylette DeBois

Nursing Business Bootcamp

Online nursing business course to help you start and build your dream business. This program is self-paced and is specifically designed for the busy entrepreneur. Whether you want to add revenue streams or you're just starting out this program guides you through 9-weeks of priceless information that will help you get your dream business up and running in 90 days or less.




First Year in Nursing-What should you buy?

So here I am 20 years and thousands of dollars later. Why didn’t someone tell me I did not need to buy all of that stuff? Honestly, I’ve spent thousands of dollars on different stethoscopes, the latest cute scrubs, designer nursing shoes, nursing bags, the list goes on and on. So here are the things you really need for your first year of nursing:

1. Nursing bag: One good sturdy bag can last a long time. I happen to have 15 of them. However, you can actually get this bag free by attending nursing conferences. A two for one deal: you’ll get CEU’s and a free bag. Can’t beat it!

2. A sturdy pair of scissors and a pair of hemostats: These are hot items so make sure you put your name on them. I have lost a few hundred pair in my time.
3. The latest drug book: This is probably one of the best investments you will make. Remember, instead of buying the latest version every year, stay connected to the publisher so that you can get updates on newly added drugs.

4. Uniforms: Instead of all those fancy do-dads, purchase the least expensive scrubs. But wait, before you purchase any scrubs make sure the facility you will be working for does not require a certain uniform. Many facilities are becoming standardized with their uniforms so that healthcare professionals can be easily identifiable.
5. Clip board: I have several. However, my favorite, which is still in heavy rotation today, is the one I found at the dollar store. I have every lab value, IV calculation, and computer password I’ve collected over my 13 years, written all over it!

6. Stethoscope: This is my most expensive piece of nursing equipment and the best investment I’ve ever made. My Littmann Stethoscope has been there through thick and thin. Purchase a high quality stethoscope, one time, and it will help you make it through every area in nursing. I never leave home without it!

These are essential items needed to survive the first year in nursing. You only need to purchase them once and you’re done!

Nursing students can save a lot of money by purchasing these items while in nursing school. It will help the student prepare for real-world experiences. The student will be able to use these items while practicing in nursing school which will make them more comfortable when they begin their first job.

Students may want to purchase a pen light and a good watch, which is required in most nursing programs. Student may also be preparing to take their NCLEX so purchasing a good review book may also be helpful.

Research shows that new nurses are overwhelmed their first year out and they experience feelings of incompetence. So reducing the anxiety by being prepared can prove to be priceless. New graduates should be able to focus on skills and getting acclimated to the wonderful profession. Worrying about what to buy should be last.

Welcome to Nursing First

For any healthcare professional or single mom looking to add wealth and abundance to their current situation boy to I have something for you. The Nursing Business Bootcamp is coming soon and it will be offered as an online course. That’s right, you will be able to start, grow, or cultivate your business all for the comforts of your own home. This course will be transformational!

We have taken difficult business concepts and made them simple and easy to understand. We have created a powerful “how to guide” for anyone to follow. The course will be easy, convenient, and most of all affordable!

More details coming soon……

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Nursing Simulation Scenario: Physical Assessment

By: Montgomery College

In this nursing simulation scenario, the RN performs a hospital admission physical assessment. This video is one in a series of nursing simulation scenarios created to educate nursing students and refresh new practicing nurses about situations they could encounter in practice in a simulated context. Complete information about this scenario, from set-up to debriefing questions, can be found at ~(Youtube.Com)