Hello all! This post is directed towards my fellow Emergency nurses who have certifications. Passing a BCEN certification exam is a process that takes a great deal of preparation. In order to maintain this certification you must obtain a specified number of hours of Continuing Education Credit/Units (CEUs) or you can retest. Let’s be honest, I don’t know many people who want to take these exams again. I recommend renewal by CEU completion. In order to do so you have to obtain 100 credit hours, 50 of which relating to the content of your certification. I love to save money, … Continue reading HOW TO FIND FREE CEUS │ EMERGENCY NURSES
Hello all! Today’s post will be a quick read. If you work in the ER like me, you will know there are a lot of moving parts. ER nurses are notorious for minimal charting on patients. So keep reading for … Continue reading HOW TO KEEP UP WITH CHARTING│ER NURSE
Hello all! Working in healthcare, you will come across patients from different backgrounds. Some of these patients may not speak English at all, meaning you will need to use an interpreter. For some nurses, this may seem like a difficult … Continue reading HOW TO USE A MEDICAL INTEPRETER EFFECTIVELY
Hello all! This post is for all my ER or ICU nurses who want to obtain their Trauma Certified Registered Nurse certification offered by BCEN. I recently passed the exam and I wanted to share my easy five-step process to … Continue reading HOW TO PASS THE TCRN│THE ULTIMATE GUIDE
Hello all! For this post, I wanted to share some job ideas for nursing students and. These are also awesome jobs for high schoolers that are interested in nursing/medicine or other healthcare majors!. The catch with all these positions is … Continue reading 5 JOBS FOR NURSING/HEALTHCARE MAJORS (NOT CNA)
Hello and welcome back to another controversial post… Honestly, this should not ruffle that many feathers, but I’ve seen where it does. If you are on track for nursing school, in nursing school or a new graduate nurse I am … Continue reading YOU DON’T NEED MED/SURG EXPERIENCE AS A NEW GRAD
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