I am a nursing student in an accelerated BSN program that runs year-round, so we are preparing to begin a new session every eight weeks. While everyone has their own method of setting themselves up for success, I believe I have found a way that works well for me! Since we don’t get many extended breaks throughout our program, I find it extremely important to take those few days to find a balance between resting, rejuvenating, and doing some light work for the upcoming classes.
Nursing judgment is a vague term. I’ve heard it used to describe times when nurses bring a situation to a doctor’s attention and thereby avert a crisis. Sometimes it’s not executing an order because we know it will cause more harm than good. Is it a gut feeling or book smarts? What is this power and how do I get it?!?
The following blog was a highly viral article written by our Founder that was picked up by the HuffPost and went global in June 2017. Working as a nurse is HARD. And we want to show you that we've been there, we relate, and we're so happy to work beside you all going into this demanding world.
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