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How concrete is nursingschool

How concrete is nursingschool

If you're in nursing school, there's a 99% chance you are in some way a perfectionist or Type A, and I know it pains you to read this. You thrive on routine and organization, but in nursing school, schedules are fluid and this means you have to be flexible. 

Nursing school is not going to teach you to be a good nurse

Nursing school is not going to teach you to be a good nurse

How do you become a good nurse? that is a good question, a question many nurses have asked, the first thing you do is that you go to nursing school, but that does not make you a good nurse for that you have to do something else, through this video you can learn what to do.

 

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How a long commute is acceptable!

How a long commute is acceptable!

Do you hate long commutes? Do you become bored often in public transports? Well, the moments when the road to work is a long and boring one must disappear! Even if you can't get back the time you take every morning to get to the office, you can get rid of downtime and make your day easier and productive. Here are some ideas to spend your time on public transport or, some of them, even in your car!

Read a book

One of the most popular activities while commuting...


Why Is Working In Healthcare Rewarding?

Why Is Working In Healthcare Rewarding?

Some people are born nurses. Called to it. They have a natural want to help whenever or wherever they can. Other people become nurses for one reason or another. But a nurse stays a nurse because they know at the end of the day - what they do matters.

Find a tee for your farvorite nurse

A career as a nurse is rewarding. Granted it is not a career for the faint of heart due to the variety of challenges that occur day to day. The challenges...


Does Water Help Your Health? Does it boost your body?

Does Water Help Your Health? Does it boost your body?

The average nurse walks 8 miles a day. They take over 16,000 steps per day. Of course, that doesn't include double shifts or triples. It doesn't include how many times a nurse steps out of their way to care. In those busy moments when all the call lights are beeping and flashing there isn't always a chance to sit down and have a glass of water. Health science states that you should drink 3-6 fluid ounces per mile. Which is one of the many reasons its important to have...