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Nursing Survival T-shirts

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Nursing Survival T-shirts

Nursing T-shirts are now available!!! Show your nursing pride with a fun t-shirt. Nursing Survival is now offering awesome t-shirts that are sure to make you smile. They are made to order and will ship in 3-5 days after completion. The unisex shirts are 100% cotton and are available in several colors. I am happy to create custom orders too! These shirts are great for nurses or future nurses. New products and gear will be coming out soon.

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How to Survive Nursing School...Beyond Studying

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How to Survive Nursing School...Beyond Studying

Have you had your first nursing test yet? Are you feeling a little overwhelmed? Are you racking your brain trying to figure the exact score you need to pass the class? 7 Study Tips to Help You Ace Nursing School I consider myself a fairly reasonable and logical person. I know that passing a test is based on your comprehension of the material and your understanding of the questions. However, by the end of nursing school, I was a nervous, superstitions mess. I had to sit in the exact same seat and wear my “testing outfit”. I did anything and...

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How to Survive Your First Week of Nursing School

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How to Survive Your First Week of Nursing School

5 Simple Tasks to Help You Survive Your First Week of Nursing School.  So, you’re about to start nursing school. Congratulations!!! Welcome to one of the most rewarding professions. Just to get to here you’ve had to work so hard. You’ve had a million applications, entrance exams, and lots of pre reqs. You’ve stressed and experienced every emotion from elation to depression. Are you tired yet? You haven’t even started. You have no idea what lies ahead of you. Nursing school is hard. It will be one of the biggest challenges of your life. Everything is about to be turned...

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ALS Nursing Study Guide

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ALS Nursing Study Guide

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis/ALS Nursing Study Guide ALS is a progressive neurodegenerative disease. The study guide covers the key areas that you will need to know for nursing school. Check out the study guides here. Disease Process: Motor neurons degenerate Upper motor neurons Lower motor neuron Causes Unknown Environmental links Signs and Symptoms Primary lateral sclerosis Progressive muscular atrophy Common attributes Diagnosis Procedures Lab test Lab values Complications Progressive disease 4-7 year prognosis  Treatment Managing symptoms Maximizing body functions Medications Nursing Considerations Assessment and monitoring Planning care Patient Education Medications Daily living The ALS podcast is available on iTunes and Spotify....

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How to survive nursing school…while doing KETO

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How to survive nursing school…while doing KETO

10 Tips For Surviving Keto While In Nursing School The freshman fifteen is real. Maybe we should rename it the nursing nineteen. It’s hard to stay healthy when you spend every waking minute studying, thinking about studying or stressing about not studying enough. Keto is a great diet…if done right. Meaning you can’t eat bacon and butter for breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day. The basis behind the diet is you consume high fat, medium protein, and low carbs. Your body goes into ketosis and it starts to burn fat for energy instead of glucose. I started Keto after doing...

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