Depending on how this next year goes, I may or may not be uploading the calendar months for 2019 and beyond. It's still up in the air. 2018 Calendar
DISCLAIMER: CHAMBERLAIN DID NOT ASK ME TO WRITE OR POST THIS! THIS IS MY PERSONAL OPINION AND EXPERIENCE OF ATTENDING CHAMBERLAIN COLLEGE OF NURSING! When I started high school in 2010, I was dead-set on becoming a pediatrician. I took classes that were related to the health profession, taking care of children, as well as … Continue reading Why I Chose Chamberlain
Over the past year, I can honestly say that staying organized is KEY when providing patient care and succeeding! The resources that I have attached here were given a "tune up" from the handouts that my instructors gave me. They've been tailored to meet some of my needs as a nursing student (such as having … Continue reading Charts Galore!
The first time I received report at clinical, I felt overwhelmed. "Patient is A&O x3, continent, general diet, has a procedure at 0900..." and I could barely keep up with filling in the little sections on my SBAR. It was like they were speaking a foreign language! When I started working as a PCT a … Continue reading Handoff Report Sheet
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Whether you're a pre-nursing student or starting nursing school in the near future, check out this post for tips/tools to succeed!
I've received countless DMs and comments asking how I studied for pathophysiology while in nursing school. I hope that this post helps you prepare and study for the class that nearly everyone dreads. A quick back story though - My first session at Chamberlain consisted of Transition to Nursing and Pathophysiology. Since the Transition class … Continue reading 8 Study Tips for Pathophysiology
I've received SO many questions about how I study for pharm (even before I registered for the course!). I'm going to try and break it as down as best as I can. The first thing I did with the drugs was to categorize them based on their class - antibiotic, antifungal, antiviral, and so on. … Continue reading Studying for Pharmacology
Welcome to my first official blog post! I created this form a blog to go a little bit more in-depth with some of the posts that I make. I'm going to try and post on a regular basis, but we'll see how it goes! Another reason why I'm creating this is to share some of … Continue reading Welcome!
So your professor just handed you the course schedule. If you're like me then you're probably excited to read everything over and put it into your planner. However, if you've looked at it and feel completely overwhelmed, look no further! This is just a basic template, but feel free to play around with fonts, colors, … Continue reading Creating assignment checklists