by allnurses - If you are reading this article, then likely you have come to the same decision or are thinking about it. We each have a story or background as to how we came to... Read More →
by TonyPharmD - Part 2 of the 3-part series about antibiotic pharmacology
To start off this video, Jaclyn covers the 6 different indications of vancomycin backed neatly into the... Read More →
by jeastridge - Should I Be a Nurse? 5 Things to Think About
Trevor stopped me in the hall at church. "I'm thinking about going to nursing school. I know you have been a nurse a... Read More →
by HermioneG - Towards the end of nursing school, I spent a week in the lab helping medsurg nursing students with their head to toe assessments. I noticed right away that many... Read More →
by dogmombyday - I have the somewhat unique position of being in the no-man's land between nursing school and real world nursing: I have a whopping 3 months of nursing experience... Read More →
by nurseyblues - How important is schedule to you?
If you’re the kind of nurse who loves working three 12s and having the rest of your week off, you might find that options are... Read More →
by mar9 - I’ve always been envious of the people who knew they were meant to be nurses right out of the womb. Like they were born screaming, "ADPIEEEEE!!"
I wish I could... Read More →
by TonyPharmD - You’ve heard pharmacology is a tough class and maybe even know someone who had to repeat it. What isn’t common knowledge is what you can do about preparing for... Read More →
by allnurses - Capella University is a fully accredited university that offers RN to BSN and RN to MSN completion programs. Could furthering your education expand your career... Read More →
by alexauwm - Hello Everybody!
This is my first time posting on allnurses, so please bare with me. I'm currently a Junior at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (UWM)... Read More →
by TonyPharmD - Antibiotics
1. Cell Wall synthesis inhibitors1. B lactams
i. Penicillin -- IV vs Oral
ii. Aminopenicillins -- both start with ‘A'... Read More →
by AlexLL - Hey everyone making a series to easily master EKG strips for all those trying to learn how to read them.
Part 1 The Basics
1. Know the normal interval... Read More →
by theknittynurse - The beginning, that moment when you say yes.
I am not talking about saying "yes to the dress" or saying "yes" when proposed to. I am talking about the "yes" we... Read More →
by traumaRUs - There are many aspected of assessment and there is definitely more than one way to do a physical assessment. However you do your physical assessment it is... Read More →
by ZenRN181 - I have always done well in school but good grades have not come easy, they require me to study for hours, make countless flashcards, attend lectures and read the... Read More →
by futureRNDANI - So at 29 I'm finally doing it. I'm finally starting pre-nursing courses in Jan 2018. I've done so much research and found the process to be a bit complicated, but... Read More →
by TonyPharmD - We gradually increase the difficulty by moving from 13 gastrointestinal to 25 musculoskeletal medicines. To handle this many, we’ll divide the drugs into various... Read More →
by CheesePotato - Warning: The following post is rife with brutal honesty and frustration. Read at your own risk.
Memorandum from the desk of Your Friendly Neighborhood... Read More →