30 Tik Tok Nurses You Need in Your Feed in 2022
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by Adrianne Behning
6M ago
The nurse game is strong on Tik Tok - It’s only been the last few months that I’ve dug into the platform and fallen head-over-heels with #nursetok as it’s been aptly named. Nurse Tok has become a staple of my day - it’s like a major news network to me now. I feel like these nurses I’ve never met are my allies, my friends, my kin. At this risk of burying you in cheesy shit, this has enriched my life. How did it do that, you ask? Let’s count the ways. I’ve learned a lot of really useful clinical information that is immediately applicable in my practice - often these are things that were never ..read more
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5 Tips to Help Students Avoid Procrastination
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by Adrianne Behning
6M ago
Taking up a nursing course in college is difficult and challenging as it requires a lot of hard work memorizing so many things. This is the reason why nursing students are, in general, very studious. They are always very busy, being so diligent with their academic responsibilities. But just like any student, even nursing students succumb to the persuading temptation of procrastination. According to the StudiCare Procrastination study published in the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) in 2019, 50-70 % of college students show frequent and significant procrastination behavior ..read more
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How To Study Smarter By Discovering Your Learning Style [Infographic - Guest Blog from Study Medicine Europe]
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by Adrianne Behning
6M ago
a post by Aris Grigoriou/Study Medicine Europe Everyone, even people who have long since finished school, can benefit from learning more about themselves in order to level up how they process information. Schools so often fall into a regimented, monolithic approach to learning and teaching that most of us finish years of formal education with no real idea of our individual learning style. By the time we’re in higher education or our first post-graduate jobs, we’re basically on auto-pilot with how we approach learning new things. Contrary to how most education systems function, there are actu ..read more
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10 Educational Instagram Accounts for Nurses
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by Adrianne Behning
6M ago
I credit a lot of my success in nursing school to all the supplementary tools I used while studying. I found ways to incorporate YouTube, Pinterest, and Instagram into my study routine. Some of you have figured out these pockets of free, useful content exist, but some of you have not yet been enlightened. Today we’re going to shine a light on Instagram. I’ve curated my IG over the years, and my feed is overflowing with accounts that are great for reinforcing nursing content and learning new things. While there are probably more educational accounts than I can count, there are some that I keep ..read more
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30 Tik Tok Nurses You Need in Your Feed in 2022
Nursing Uncensored
by Adrianne Behning
6M ago
The nurse game is strong on Tik Tok - It’s only been the last few months that I’ve dug into the platform and fallen head-over-heels with #nursetok as it’s been aptly named. Nurse Tok has become a staple of my day - it’s like a major news network to me now. I feel like these nurses I’ve never met are my allies, my friends, my kin. At this risk of burying you in cheesy shit, this has enriched my life. How did it do that, you ask? Let’s count the ways. I’ve learned a lot of really useful clinical information that is immediately applicable in my practice - often these are things that were never ..read more
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5 Tips to Help Students Avoid Procrastination
Nursing Uncensored
by Adrianne Behning
6M ago
Taking up a nursing course in college is difficult and challenging as it requires a lot of hard work memorizing so many things. This is the reason why nursing students are, in general, very studious. They are always very busy, being so diligent with their academic responsibilities. But just like any student, even nursing students succumb to the persuading temptation of procrastination. According to the StudiCare Procrastination study published in the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) in 2019, 50-70 % of college students show frequent and significant procrastination behavior ..read more
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The Art of Attracting and Retaining Nurses: Q&A with Talent Advocates from Incredible Health
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by Adrianne Behning
6M ago
Right now, nurses are leaving the bedside at the speed of light. We know it’s happening, but it’s much more difficult to tease apart all the reasons why and make bedside nurses want to stay. There has been lots of talk about bringing new nurses into vacant bedside roles - sign-on bonuses, travel contract pay, crisis pay, etc, but there seems to be a hollow echo in the room discussing how we retain the nurses who have been here all along.  There has been lots of talk about bringing new nurses into vacant bedside roles - sign-on bonuses, travel contract pay, crisis pay, etc, but there seem ..read more
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F*ck Resolutions + 5 Habits I'm Keeping in 2021
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by Adrianne Behning
6M ago
It’s no secret - I am not a fan of the New Year’s resolution. I think there’s a lot of pressure and hype to make broad, sweeping changes to our lives starting January 1 . To make matters worse, it’s become a cultural joke that we won’t maintain these changes. Any regular gym-goer knows that the gym is packed the first couple months of a new year, and then tapers off sharply when we get distracted or demotivated en masse. I decided long ago that resolutions are not for me. Resolutions, no. Resets, yes. So what’s the difference? RESETS A couple of years ago I stumbled upon a lifestyle and pro ..read more
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Goals of a 4th Year Nurse and a Pandemic Update from NUHQ
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by Adrianne Behning
6M ago
Cheers to another “Pandemic Edition” of the blog. As a direct result of the complete upheaval of day to day life in a post-COVID-19 world, I’m late on this post. My four year anniversary of becoming a Registered Nurse was actually in July. It’s now October and I’m using the better-late-than-never clause as my excuse. Disclaimers and Updates from NU Headquarters I think there are a few things to say first, disclaimers, I suppose. I live in Iowa, a state which has done a piss-poor job of responding to this global crisis, and for a while now, Iowa City has been a global hot spot for the virus ..read more
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The Origin of Nurse Papa: A Guest Blog by David Metzger, R.N.
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by Adrianne Behning
6M ago
 Trigger warning: This blog post has content that may be inappropriate for sensitive readers. David discusses pediatric cancer in a hospital setting. Please be advised. As a pediatric oncology nurse, I am accustomed to often being the most positive person in the room. In the face of so much pain and sadness experienced by the children I care for and the anxiety and anger often experienced by their parents, it is personally helpful for me to try and discover another, more positive view. In fact, along with all the sadness, I have witnessed a great deal of happiness, joy, and even tra ..read more
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