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From the leading nursing education website (NURSING.com) comes the top nursing podcast. With pharmacology episodes, test taking tips, student struggles, interviews (with leading nurse advocates like Kati Kleber, Nurse Bass, Nurse Nacole, and more), NCLEX review, we cover the information that nurses need to know to accelerate their career and become incredible RNs.
Jon Haws RN, the host has worked as a critical care registered nurse in a Level I Trauma hospital in Dallas, TX.
Jon is the creator of NURSING.com. Visit the site and check out the books on Amazon.com We discuss current trends in the ICU, anatomy, physiology, nursing care, and much more. Our goal is to change nursing education forever by making it more accessible, cutting the fluff, and teaching students how to think like nurses through modern technology.
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How Many Times Can I Take/Fail the NCLEX®?
How Many Times Can You Take the NCLEX®? According to the NCSBN website (which is the company that writes the actual NCLEX). You can take the NCLEX up to 8 times per year with a 45 day waiting period between each attempt. There is no maximum number of attempts You must wait 45 days between […]
3 Stories from My Early Nursing Career
I want to share with you guys three stories of kind of my first few weeks, first few months, working as a nurse.
Pain is a Sign to Keep Going (Nursing School During COVID)
There is a quote that I really, really love. I’m a guy who loves a lot of quotes, have him up around my office. I read them down often and I love to share them one quote that I found recently by a guy named Ray Dalio.
Catching COVID, Childcare, Poor Communication in Nursing School
Today, I’m going to talk and respond to another email that we got from nursing students who are concerned about going through school right now with COVID going on.
I’m Scared to Graduate Nursing School
today, we’re going to be talking about COVID and nursing school. I know you guys are probably tired of talking about COVID, but I want to talk a little bit about how it relates to your journey through nursing school.
Stop Over Studying in Nursing School and for the NCLEX
Today I want to discuss how many practice questions are enough questions for the NCLEX, and does the Pearson trick work?