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 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
Hello all! I know it has been a very long time since I have posted a blog, but I have a good reason. I started a new job! Keep reading to hear how I landed the job and my orientation … Continue reading MY NEW JOB┃ER NURSE
Hello all. I know, it has been a very long time. ¡Había mucho tiempo! I don’t remember when my last post was but I was pretty stressed from work. Seeing our cases increase and having to care for my ignorant … Continue reading GETTING BACK INTO A ROUTINE AFTER A BREAK
Hello all. This post is going to be quick, but a little bit different than typical content with this title. This is a serious post and may seem negative, but is necessary and unfortunately the harsh reality of healthcare. Keep … Continue reading THE ONE THING EVERY NEW GRADUATE NURSE SHOULD KNOW
Hello all. Welcome to my blog. Today is May 5th which means it is my nurse birthday. I am officially one nursing year old. I decided to share how I started out so young. Hopefully these tips can help some … Continue reading HOW I BECAME AN ER NURSE AT 20
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