by TonyPharmD - As a pharmacist, I have fourth professional year pharmacy students working with me at my college (APPE stands for Advance Pharmacy Practice Experience) and those... Read More →
by TonyPharmD - The cardiovascular system presents an opportunity to readily tie physiologic principles with pharmacology. By working backwards to those principles, these drugs... Read More →
by TonyPharmD - Chapter 4 Immune kicks it up a notch with over 40 drugs to memorize. But like the other chapters, by categorizing them into related groups, we find them easier to... Read More →
by TonyPharmD - It may seem unfair that you would need to watch a series of videos understand your large pharmacology textbook or teacher. I understand. But, if pharmacology is a... Read More →
by Rose_Queen - Dear nursing students,
There is a reason this site is called allnurses: It's for all nurses (and anyone remotely interested in nursing or its related... Read More →
by Episteme - Real nursing is not what happened at the ends of your fingers the last time you cared for a patient. No. Genuinely professional nursing is what went on between... Read More →
by A&Ox6 - I had been at the top of my class my entire life. In fact, I remember in high school contesting a 95 because I was so unused to grades below an A+. Yes, I was that... Read More →
by Esme12 - To my beloved nursing students.
There are many of us here who love helping you. We ask that you show us your work. Show us that you have your critical... Read More →
by VickyRN - Feeling overwhelmed by her many job duties, the director of nursing (don) hastily sent out the following memorandum to the nursing staff at her facility. Instead... Read More →
by TonyPharmD - OTC insulin and emergency contraception.
We’ll start with our available OTC medications. Two insulins come without a prescription: regular insulin and NPH... Read More →
by TonyPharmD - Welcome to one of the hardest, if not the hardest sections in pharmacology: neuro and mental health considerations in pharmacology. Not only do we have a lot of... Read More →
by TonyPharmD - In this third video, I cover respiratory medications for allergies, cough, asthma, and anaphylactic shock.
Antihistamines: We’ll start with two antihistamine... Read More →
by gcat626_RN - Studying And Managing Coursework
It's your first day of class. Your excited, scared, and eager. All the hard work in your pre-requisites has finally payed off,... Read More →
by VickyRN - whether administering medications or hanging iv drips, nurses must accurately perform dosage calculations. this is a critical factor for patient safety, as a... Read More →
by VickyRN - A literature review is an overview of significant literature conducted on a particular field of study. This systematic process consists of surveying, reading,... Read More →
by TheCommuter - Year after year, responses to the annual Gallup Youth Survey reveal that teenagers list math as the subject in which they encounter the most difficulty. The... Read More →
by shompeh - I passed the CRNE (JUNE 4TH, 2014) my first time and I wanted to leave some important tips for those writing the exam in October 2014. I know that is the last CRNE... Read More →
by TheCommuter - As a traditional student or non-traditional adult learner, nursing school can prove to be one of the more demanding ventures that you will ever experience. Nursing... Read More →