100 episodes

Helping Nursing Students Succeed. Period.

Free Nursing School and NCLEX Cheat Sheets at nursing.com/freebies

Welcome to the NURSING.com Show from NURSING.com . . . #1 Nursing Podcast and the leader in nursing student education.
New motivational episodes 2-3 times per week covering:

Struggling Students - common questions and concerns from students.

Tips and Nurse Life - how to succeed as a nursing student and nurse.

Interviews - discussion with through leaders, entrepreneurs, and authors.

Anatomy and Physiology and Nursing Care for various disease processes.
Follow us on social media @nursing.com_ on Instagram or @nursing.comofficial on Facebook




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.




For full disclaimer information visit: nursing.com




NCLEX®, NCLEX-RN® are registered trademarks of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, INC.

Nursing Podcast by NURSING.com (NRSNG) (NCLEX® Prep for Nurses and Nursing Students‪)‬ Jon Haws RN: Nursing Podcast Host, Critical Care Nurse, Nursing School Men

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Helping Nursing Students Succeed. Period.

Free Nursing School and NCLEX Cheat Sheets at nursing.com/freebies

Welcome to the NURSING.com Show from NURSING.com . . . #1 Nursing Podcast and the leader in nursing student education.
New motivational episodes 2-3 times per week covering:

Struggling Students - common questions and concerns from students.

Tips and Nurse Life - how to succeed as a nursing student and nurse.

Interviews - discussion with through leaders, entrepreneurs, and authors.

Anatomy and Physiology and Nursing Care for various disease processes.
Follow us on social media @nursing.com_ on Instagram or @nursing.comofficial on Facebook




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.




For full disclaimer information visit: nursing.com




NCLEX®, NCLEX-RN® are registered trademarks of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, INC.

    I Quit Nursing School (my journey uncensored)

    I Quit Nursing School (my journey uncensored)

    UNTIL 12/1/22 you can get NURSING.com for over 50% Off . . . visit: https://nursing.com
    Caveat: some people (nurses) might not agree AT ALL with what I say here . . . oh well!  I want to share how it really is to give confidence to those struggling.
    We literally get hundreds of emails a day from nursing students.
    Sadly, a good portion of them are from students that feel like they should quit nursing school altogether.
     
    My Story . . . (uncensored) When I Quit Nursing School PLUS 7 tips to stay mentally sane during nursing school I started nursing school with high hopes, but after my fourth semester, I dropped out. I quit nursing school.
    I knew nursing school was going to be hard . . . I mean the whole point is to learn how to competently take care of a human being suffering from complex heath issues.
    I expected school to be hard.

    • 18 min
    The Most Boring Podcast You Will Ever Listen To

    The Most Boring Podcast You Will Ever Listen To

    Download the app here: https://nursing.com/app/ 
    Time management is perhaps the one element of nursing that all nurses, from novice to expert, struggle with more than anything else.
    From the moment you enter nursing school you are given an unmanageable amount of tasks to complete. This does not change as you leave school and enter the workforce.
    Part of succeeding in nursing school and scoring well on exams comes done to learning how to manage your time. Hence, we begin our “Test Taking” course with a module in Time Management.
    I believe this is the foundation to success in school and throughout your career as a nurse. Mastering this one skill will make all the difference in your career.
    Here I will present a few key strategies the nurse and nursing student can implement to improve their command on their time.

    • 32 min
    10 Step Note Taking Method For Nursing School

    10 Step Note Taking Method For Nursing School

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    You will have few opportunities in life to feel as inundated as you will during nursing school. Sometimes it feels like the entire object of nursing school is to see how many students they can stress out of the program.
    There is no situation where the old adage applies more realistically; “drinking from a firehose”
     
     
    In all seriousness, nursing school is intense. You are learning how to care for a human being in the most complex of situations both physically and emotionally and there is so much to be learned.
    On top of this you are only given a few months to cover the 1,875 pages of a MedSurg textbook before switching to an entirely new topic.
    We all understand the problem . . . I’ll move on.

    • 16 min
    Study Tips for Nursing School Success

    Study Tips for Nursing School Success

    To watch the lesson and access all the links, visit: https://nursing.com/lesson/01-05-study-tips-for-success/ 
    To download the new app, visit: https://nursing.com/app/ 
    Hey guys!  I’m excited today to talk to you about a study tips that are for sure going to make you a successful nursing student and nurse!
    So in this lesson I want to talk to you about where to start in regards to studying, a few of the do’s and don’ts of studying and different types of techniques or aids that may help you!
    Ok guys so I just wanted to start off by saying our founder Jon Haws has an awesome blog entry called “How to slay nursing school: Forget study tips go for strategy” if you haven’t already read you definitely need to!  He gives fantastic tips for any nursing student when it comes to studying and that link has actually been attached to this lesson so check it out!  So actually here in this slide I have added a few of Jons tips to start us out!  Jon says and it makes perfect sense….have a battle plan meaning nursing school is very much like a battle and it’s not meant to be easy….if it was everyone would do it!  So right off the bat figure out how you are going to attack it by adopting study habits and a routine that will make you successful which we are going to talk about.  Another thing Jon says is “cut the clutter” meaning not every single thing you learn in nursing school is extremely important or it doesn’t really apply to real life nursing.  Jon suggests using the SSIP mnemonic for this – “Scan and sift”  meaning find the most important new information and throw out the redudant material.  “Import in intervals” meaning take your studying in small portions rather than huge chunks at a time which will help with retaining and comprehending.  After you continue to scan, sift, and import in intervals you  will  “pin it” or retain it and it will stay with you.  And remember whatever you are learning or studying we want to apply it to nursing because that in fact is your end goal.  Not only will it help you during your studies but also will help you pass your boards and most importantly to be a great nurse! 

    • 13 min
    12 Tips for Mastering Nursing Pharmacology (in nursing school and beyond)

    12 Tips for Mastering Nursing Pharmacology (in nursing school and beyond)

    To download the app go to: nursing.com/app
    Let’s face it. Pharmacology is hard. It is one of the toughest subjects in a nursing program. So if it is on your course list this coming semester, you’re probably feeling anxious and overwhelmed already.
    You’re not alone. Many students, including me, have been where you are, and some even felt like they didn’t belong to nursing school anymore.
    One of the most common questions we get is; “How to study for pharmacology in nursing school”?
    I totally understand this. After all, being subjected to an endless list of medications and their classifications can be stressful.
    Despite being difficult, pharmacology is an extremely necessary class. This is why you need a plan to handle it successfully and pass with good grades.
    If you need to boost your pharmacology grades, pay keen attention to this information as I shall discuss my top tried and tested tips on how to study for pharmacology nursing.

    • 16 min
    AMA: Nursing Student Q&A Panel

    AMA: Nursing Student Q&A Panel

    A nursing student AMA we did at our live event in 2019.

    • 28 min

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