Nursing Simulation Scenario: Unwitnessed Fall

By: Montgomery College 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)

5 helpful study habits – straight from nursing schools!

Scrubsmag.Com A Nurse’s Guide to Good Living By: Scrubs We all know there is nothing easy about nursing school, but even the best students often are shocked at just how intensive a program can be. In addition to all the time you must devote to actually being in school and clinicals, a big partContinue reading “5 helpful study habits – straight from nursing schools!”

7 ways to deal with REJECTION!

Scrubsmag.Com A Nurse’s Guide to Good Living By: Scrubs Contributor So you made decent grades in your prereqs and passed the entrance exam. Yet that dreaded rejection letter from your dream nursing school managed to arrive in your mailbox. It “regrets to inform” you that you didn’t make the cut. Should you wallow inContinue reading “7 ways to deal with REJECTION!”

10 great tips for nursing school students

Scrubsmag.Com A Nurse’s Guide to Good Living By: Linda Xiao Kang As an aspiring nursing educator, I’ve spent plenty of time in nursing school and around nursing students. As a result, I’ve collected some useful advice for students on getting through nursing school. Some of these may seem obvious, but they can be easyContinue reading “10 great tips for nursing school students”


COMING SOON…… NCLEX Test Taking App Release Date: May 2014 Available on Google Play & App Store Price: FREE Features: 1. 20 different NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-PN questions per category (Initial 50 questions are installed in the app). 2. Timed questions – timer is hidden and will measure the test taker’s competency in answering questions.Continue reading “New ~NCLEX ONLINE~ APP”

Intravenous Therapy Education and Training Programs

Intravenous Therapy Education and Training Programs By: Infusion Therapy Institute – Excellence in Intravenous Therapy Education 》》》《《《 Basis and advanced comprehensive hands-on training programs are prepared according to the Infusion Nursing Society’s Standards of Practice and Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines. Who should attend: RNs, LPNs, new graduates, and allied healthcare professionalsContinue reading “Intravenous Therapy Education and Training Programs”

10 African-American Nurses Who Changed the Course of History!

Associates Degree Nursing in Guide Nursing has come a long way over the years, and its evolution – at least politically – owes much to the exceptional service, advocacy and determination of African Americans in the profession. From the inspirational Harriet Tubman to the feisty Mary Eliza Mahoney, these 10 women stand as shining examplesContinue reading “10 African-American Nurses Who Changed the Course of History!”

10 things only ER Nurses Understand

ScrubsMag.Com By: Scrubs Editor Coping with frequent fliers. Eating lunch right after cleaning up a messy trauma. Patients who are, well, impatient. ER nurses, we feel your pain! We asked our Facebook fans for the little things about life on the job that only ER nurses would “get”–laugh (and nod your head in agreement!) atContinue reading “10 things only ER Nurses Understand”

Mary Mahoney, RN: Nurse Leader and Pioneer of Equality

NurseTogether.Com By: Shantelle Coe In honor of Black History Month, I wanted to focus on pioneer Mary Eliza Mahoney (May 7, 1845 – January 4, 1926). She is the first black woman to study and work as a professionally-trained nurse in the United States. Mary Mahoney worked for 15 years as a maid, washerwoman, janitor,Continue reading “Mary Mahoney, RN: Nurse Leader and Pioneer of Equality”

Nurses Who Struggle with Addiction!

AngelaBrooks.Com By: Angela Brooks Over the last 23 years in mental health I have met several nurses who struggled with addiction. It all started very simple and under control, then it becomes their normal. I have worked with at least 10 nurses who have been addicted, lost their job and two lost their life toContinue reading “Nurses Who Struggle with Addiction!”