This video has 11 tips for new grad nurses. I’ll explain the advice I give nurses I precept, and share some tips that will make your first year of nursing a bit easier! The transition from nursing school into real practice is one of the most challenging experiences I have faced, but I promise, with some preparation and sleep you can absolutely do this!

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How To Make 3 Million Nurses Angry: The Maureen Walsh Story

This past week a Legislator from Washington made a statement about registered nurses that establish the net ablaze. She stated that registered nurses were resting around taking breaks as well as playing cards the majority of the day.

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Thanks so a lot to all the incredible healthcare workers that devote their lives to taking care of us, you are the heart of our community, we like you constantly.

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Nurse Reacts to Senator Maureen Walsh Playing Cards Video

I reacted to Senator Maureen Walsh saying that nurses play cards. I also reacted to her talking about the 8 hour shift limit for nurses.

*This video was made for fun, it was NOT meant to be a personal attack on Maureen Walsh or an expression of my political views!*

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I am a 2nd year SRNA & ICU nurse. I went to nursing school to get my ADN, started working and then went back for my BSN. I was a travel nurse for 2 years before starting CRNA school. I loved travel nursing so much but I also love anesthesia so I went back to school to become a CRNA. I plan to continue my travel nursing career when I become a nurse anesthetist! Fitness is also a huge part of my life. I’ve competed in powerlifting and Crossfit. Jon and I own a gym together! We are also foster parents to dogs and (soon to be) children!

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Tips for Nurses Working in the Neuro ICU

I worked in a neurocritical care unit for 4.5 years. I was a charge nurse, preceptor, and have my CCRN. I recorded this short video to give those of you floating to neuro or new to the area some practical tips.

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CNA / PCT Tips for Nurses: How to Treat Nursing Assistants

Nursing assistants play a critical role in the healthcare industry. In the nursing profession, we often refer to nursing assistants as our “eyes and ears.”

When I’m referring to CNAs or nursing assistants in this video, I’m referring to all types of nursing assistants, including nurses aides, orderlies, nursing assistants, certified nursing assistants (CNA), patient care technicians (PCT), and so forth.

Nursing assistants may have different certifications, different scopes of practice, and/or be called different names in different states or territories. These individuals have a physically demanding job, and they are often underappreciated by healthcare staff.

As a nurse, it’s important that you have a great working relationship with your nursing assistants (CNA, PCT, etc.).

Here are some tips to help you do that:

1. Be humble. Just because nurses have the authority to delegate tasks to the nursing assistant, it doesn’t mean we’re personally superior to them. Treat your nursing assistant with respect, just as you would another nurse or doctor.

2 Make them feel like they are a part of the team. Nursing assistants can gather important information as they care for patients. By having open communication with your CNA or PCT, you can gain critical insights that can help you provide better patient care.

3. Be a servant leader. If you see a nursing assistant struggling with patients, step up and give them a hand (if you can). It’s easy for them to get overworked and overwhelmed. By helping them out, they’ll be much more likely to return the favor, and the patient will receive great care.

4. Thank them. The nursing assistants sometimes get overlooked by patients and other members of the healthcare team. If you see a CNA or PCT that is working hard and going above and beyond, take time to recognize that by telling the nursing manager, giving them a recognition card, or talking to other nurses about buying a gift card (or lunch).

Nursing assistants provide a critical service to patients, and as a nurse, I’ve always been thankful to have nursing assistants by my side. By taking the time to treat them with respect, communicating with them, leading them, and thanking them, we can foster a great working relationship that will benefit everyone.

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