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Becoming A Stress-Free Nurse Practitioner is the one show that covers everything you need to make the transition from RN to NP as seamless as possible. Join your host Sarah Michelle MSN, APRN, FNP-C, FNP-BC as she and her guests dive deep into what you need to know before taking your exam - and after passing your exam too! Each week they’ll cover topics such as how to pass your nurse practitioner exam the first time, overcoming test anxiety, writing your resume, negotiating contracts and hon ...
 
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I quiz Anna on what her life was looking like pre-boards and how she structured her calendar with massive life changes looming ahead. I know her insights are going to be so valuable to any of you who are in this position right now, and I hope implementing the tips she shares sets you up for success, no matter what life throws your way. Get full sho…
 
Amanda sheds her infinite expertise and wisdom on all things résumé and interview prep. She’s sharing her top tips for up-leveling your résumé, and showing you how to leverage and highlight your experience to cultivate the confidence to go forth in your job search journey. Get full show notes and more information here: http://www.stressfreenp.com/1…
 
2 stories about mom’s I took care of as a nurse. Nursing can be a life changing experience. The post Nursing Stories About Mom’s (Mother’s Day 2021) appeared first on NURSING.com.저자 Jon Haws RN: Nursing Podcast Host, Critical Care Nurse, Nursing School Mentor, & NCLEX Educator
 
Join us this week as Dr. V shares her top advice on how to handle job rejections and how to best set yourself up for success. Dealing with rejections as a new NP isn’t easy, and I hope this episode serves to be a great resource you can always come back to, that will guide you in what’s really important to set yourself apart from other candidates. G…
 
Welcome to AANP and ANCC with PANCE Audio Pro! I’m a practicing PA, but I have several friends and colleagues who are NP’s, and we are responsible for knowing the same medical information. This podcast is a recorded list of over 1,400 questions originally designed to prepare physician assistant students for their certification exam (the PANCE). But…
 
Welcome to AANP and ANCC with PANCE Audio Pro! I’m a practicing PA, but I have several friends and colleagues who are NP’s, and we are responsible for knowing the same medical information. This podcast is a recorded list of over 1,400 questions originally designed to prepare physician assistant students for their certification exam (the PANCE). But…
 
Welcome to AANP and ANCC with PANCE Audio Pro! I’m a practicing PA, but I have several friends and colleagues who are NP’s, and we are responsible for knowing the same medical information. This podcast is a recorded list of over 1,400 questions originally designed to prepare physician assistant students for their certification exam (the PANCE). But…
 
Welcome to AANP and ANCC with PANCE Audio Pro! I’m a practicing PA, but I have several friends and colleagues who are NP’s, and we are responsible for knowing the same medical information. This podcast is a recorded list of over 1,400 questions originally designed to prepare physician assistant students for their certification exam (the PANCE). But…
 
Welcome to AANP and ANCC with PANCE Audio Pro! I’m a practicing PA, but I have several friends and colleagues who are NP’s, and we are responsible for knowing the same medical information. This podcast is a recorded list of over 1,400 questions originally designed to prepare physician assistant students for their certification exam (the PANCE). But…
 
Welcome to AANP and ANCC with PANCE Audio Pro! I’m a practicing PA, but I have several friends and colleagues who are NP’s, and we are responsible for knowing the same medical information. This podcast is a recorded list of over 1,400 questions originally designed to prepare physician assistant students for their certification exam (the PANCE). But…
 
Welcome to AANP and ANCC with PANCE Audio Pro! I’m a practicing PA, but I have several friends and colleagues who are NP’s, and we are responsible for knowing the same medical information. This podcast is a recorded list of over 1,400 questions originally designed to prepare physician assistant students for their certification exam (the PANCE). But…
 
Welcome to AANP and ANCC with PANCE Audio Pro! I’m a practicing PA, but I have several friends and colleagues who are NP’s, and we are responsible for knowing the same medical information. This podcast is a recorded list of over 1,400 questions originally designed to prepare physician assistant students for their certification exam (the PANCE). But…
 
Welcome to AANP and ANCC with PANCE Audio Pro! I’m a practicing PA, but I have several friends and colleagues who are NP’s, and we are responsible for knowing the same medical information. This podcast is a recorded list of over 1,400 questions originally designed to prepare physician assistant students for their certification exam (the PANCE). But…
 
Welcome to AANP and ANCC with PANCE Audio Pro! I’m a practicing PA, but I have several friends and colleagues who are NP’s, and we are responsible for knowing the same medical information. This podcast is a recorded list of over 1,400 questions originally designed to prepare physician assistant students for their certification exam (the PANCE). But…
 
Welcome to AANP and ANCC with PANCE Audio Pro! I’m a practicing PA, but I have several friends and colleagues who are NP’s, and we are responsible for knowing the same medical information. This podcast is a recorded list of over 1,400 questions originally designed to prepare physician assistant students for their certification exam (the PANCE). But…
 
Welcome to AANP and ANCC with PANCE Audio Pro! I’m a practicing PA, but I have several friends and colleagues who are NP’s, and we are responsible for knowing the same medical information. This podcast is a recorded list of over 1,400 questions originally designed to prepare physician assistant students for their certification exam (the PANCE). But…
 
To those of you who might be experiencing exam day anxiety right now, I want you to know that I see you, I feel you, and I was you not too long ago. I’m here to show you that you can absolutely do this, share lessons I learned from when I was in your shoes, and give you 4 concrete steps to overcome exam day jitters. Get full show notes and more inf…
 
Join us this week as Irnise generously shares her time answering questions on all things legal. Topics such as malpractice insurance, ways to prevent legal concerns, and how to keep yourself safe as an NP - which is a top priority - we’re covering it all today so you can go forth with peace of mind that you’re looking out for yourself in the best w…
 
For those of you in my community who have told me you’re interested in aesthetics, this is your opportunity to get a firsthand glimpse into the life of a medical aesthetician. Kerri shares the ins and outs of her business and how she got here today. Kerri is the perfect example of someone who has taken a leap of faith to live her dream and make her…
 
Join me this week as I give you my top tips on how to decide which exam is the best for you. There’s a lot to consider here, but I’m busting the rumors and misconceptions that might be leading you astray, so you can go in on solid footing with all the knowledge you need about your chosen exam. Get full show notes and more information here: https://…
 
Tune in this week as Cassandra shares her experience of settling into her role as NP and the obstacles she had to overcome to cultivate confidence in the first couple of months. Fear and overwhelm can be so prominent when we first start out, so Cassandra is also divulging what made the biggest difference in her ability to care for patients on her o…
 
Join in on our conversation this week to discover what the first six months of being an NP have looked like for Michelle. Getting an insight into the lessons she’s gained along the way and the challenging aspects of her transition are so valuable, so I hope you use her expertise and resources to help you get ahead, especially if you’re in oncology …
 
Listen in this week as I quiz Gina on her experience diving into her new job and discover what helped her be confident stepping into this role. She’s sharing valuable insight into what you should be looking out for going into the job, and her best advice for any of you who might be experiencing jitters thinking about landing your first job as an NP…
 
Tune in this week as I share 3 solid ways for you to maintain your sanity in the final year of nurse practitioner school. These quick tips brought me joy in some of the hardest times, and while implementing these methods is easier said than done, I promise they’ll help you to keep yourself in check during what can be an extremely stressful period o…
 
Listen in this week to gain valuable tips and recommendations from Dr. Bradshaw about your position to negotiate as a new nurse practitioner and what you need to land a job. This is going to be so useful to any new grads, and even if you’re not currently looking for a job, you’ll be able to come back to this episode any time you need it. Get full s…
 
Join us this week to get a peek into what Jennifer’s nursing journey looks like and how she picked herself back up after failing her exams twice to finish strong on her third try. I know many of you are going to resonate with her story, and her tips will get you inspired in thinking about how to best guarantee success for yourself. Get full show no…
 
If you want the lowdown on what will put you ahead of the other applicants and how to level up your résumé, listen in this week. Dr. V is sharing her insights on how to prepare to show up as the best representation of yourself, and her unique perspective as the interviewer on the other side who knows what employers are looking for is going to be a …
 
Join me on the podcast this week as I share my journey through nursing school, and how I help my clients navigate this incredibly challenging time for themselves. I’m discussing what led me to almost quit while I was still a student, how I overcame that challenge, and why you are capable of being an amazing nurse, whatever you’re going through righ…
 
Each week, my guests and I will discuss tips and strategies on how to pass your nurse practitioner exam, overcome test anxiety, transition into real clinical practice, and so much more! If you’re ready to become the confident clinician your future patients need you to be, then this is the show for you. Be sure to hit that subscribe button so you ne…
 
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 attempts You get 8 attempts per year Each State Board of Nur…
 
I want to share with you guys three stories of kind of my first few weeks, first few months, working as a nurse. The post 3 Stories from My Early Nursing Career appeared first on NURSING.com.저자 Jon Haws RN: Nursing Podcast Host, Critical Care Nurse, Nursing School Mentor, & NCLEX Educator
 
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. The post Pain is a Sign to Keep Going (Nursing School During COVID) appeared first on NURSING.com.…
 
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. The post Catching COVID, Childcare, Poor Communication in Nursing School appeared first on NURSING.com.저자 Jon Haws RN: Nursing Podcast Host, Critical Care Nurse, Nursing School Mentor, & NCLEX Educator
 
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. The post I’m Scared to Graduate Nursing School appeared first on NURSING.com.저자 Jon Haws RN: Nursing Podcast Host, Critical Care Nurse, Nursing School Mentor, & NCLEX Educator
 
Today I want to discuss how many practice questions are enough questions for the NCLEX, and does the Pearson trick work? The post Stop Over Studying in Nursing School and for the NCLEX appeared first on NURSING.com.저자 Jon Haws RN: Nursing Podcast Host, Critical Care Nurse, Nursing School Mentor, & NCLEX Educator
 
Over the last four or five months. I think what the world has seen…almost more than anything…is the resilience of nurses and healthcare professionals. And I want to talk to you nursing students who have demonstrated exactly how resilient, how strong, and how incredible you guys are. The post I Can Not Imagine Nursing School During COVID appeared fi…
 
Today we’ll talk about the 10 step note-taking method for nursing students. The post The 10 Step Note Taking Method for Nursing School appeared first on NURSING.com.저자 Jon Haws RN: Nursing Podcast Host, Critical Care Nurse, Nursing School Mentor, & NCLEX Educator
 
Let’s talk about how to take questions during nursing school and how to prepare for the NCLEX. The post How to Prep with NCLEX Questions (the right way) appeared first on NURSING.com.저자 Jon Haws RN: Nursing Podcast Host, Critical Care Nurse, Nursing School Mentor, & NCLEX Educator
 
I want to give you guys a couple of tips on selecting the appropriate study environment for you right now. The post 4 Tips For Studying Nursing at Home During COVID appeared first on NURSING.com.저자 Jon Haws RN: Nursing Podcast Host, Critical Care Nurse, Nursing School Mentor, & NCLEX Educator
 
I passed the CCRN exam way back in 2014. I used three tools. Today, I discuss those tools and how they can help. To learn more about them, go to: https://nursing.com/ccrn-review/ The post How To Pass The CCRN Exam (What is the best ccrn review?) appeared first on NURSING.com.저자 Jon Haws RN: Nursing Podcast Host, Critical Care Nurse, Nursing School Mentor, & NCLEX Educator
 
Making the change from a new grad to a “real nurse” is extremely hard. Jennifer helps guide us through the process. Come see her in person at NURSING Live (https://www.nursing.com/live) The post Transitioning from New Grad to “Nurse” (with @thenursejennifer) appeared first on NURSING.com.저자 Jon Haws RN: Nursing Podcast Host, Critical Care Nurse, Nursing School Mentor, & NCLEX Educator
 
It is never too dark to keep moving forward. The post Nursing Is All About The Journey (with NurseBass) appeared first on NURSING.com.저자 Jon Haws RN: Nursing Podcast Host, Critical Care Nurse, Nursing School Mentor, & NCLEX Educator
 
Did you choose nursing or did nursing choose you? How to stay motivated and fill your cup in nursing. The post Finding Your Way In Nursing (with Mercedes, RN) appeared first on NURSING.com.저자 Jon Haws RN: Nursing Podcast Host, Critical Care Nurse, Nursing School Mentor, & NCLEX Educator
 
Wanted to give you a quick into to a new side website to help keep your motivation up right now. It’s HappyNursing.com The post Introducing HappyNursing.com appeared first on NURSING.com.저자 Jon Haws RN: Nursing Podcast Host, Critical Care Nurse, Nursing School Mentor, & NCLEX Educator
 
Surviving nursing school is hard . . . doing so as an ESL student is that much harder. In this episode we discuss tips from other ESL students for surviving nursing school. The post Nursing School as an ESL (English as a Second Language) Student appeared first on NURSING.com.저자 Jon Haws RN: Nursing Podcast Host, Critical Care Nurse, Nursing School Mentor, & NCLEX Educator
 
NCSBN & PeasonVue just announced some significant changes to the NCLEX as a result of COVID-19. Here is what we are doing about it . . . MUST WATCH. Learn more about SIMCLEX at https://www.nursing.com Speaker 1: What’s up guys. I’m Jon Haws RN in founder of nursing.com and I’m here with Speaker 2: Marie […] The post BREAKING: Massive Updates to NCL…
 
What is Next Generation NCLEX (NGN)? Quick NGN Facts WHAT: 5 new question NCLEX question formats WHEN: 2022-2023 WHY: better measure new grad nurse clinical judgement Essentially, the NCSBN or the National Council State Boards of Nursing (who administers the NCLEX) is planning to include a variety of 5 new question types (explained below) that […] …
 
(click above to listen to the podcast episode) You’re probably feeling a bit scared right now . . . Maybe you’re nursing school just canceled clinicals or moved classes 100% online. Now, on top of everything that it is to be a nursing student, you are dealing with the fear brought on by COVID-19 (coronavirus). […] The post Answers to Your Fears Abo…
 
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