Posts tagged tips for students
Listener mail: Welcoming New Students to Your Study Group: A Dilemma

Adrianne answers the questions of a listener who is nervous about taking on another student in their three-person study group. Keeping in mind worries of emotional blowouts and the detriment of all four students, Adrianne musters her most responsible, objective voice to help talk this listener through a very common nursing school dilemma.

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Top 10 School Supplies for Nursing Students

I asked my pal and graduate student, Brad, what school supplies he felt were essential for nursing students. He replied “books, a binder and a pen”. Clearly he doesn’t have the love for office supplies and organization that I do, so we’re going to leave him out of this conversation for now.

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Listener mail: Scent options for those stinky tasks

Mike writes in and asks about heavily scented chapstick that Adrianne has mentioned somewhere down the line. She fell down and Amazon rabbit hole and found a number of anti-stink options for nurses in a variety of settings. Check out these items guaranteed to make things smell better, or will at least make you laugh.

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Pulmonary auscultation troubleshooting

I got a question from a listener about this and wanted to share it here for the students and newbies who may be having the same problem.

Q:  How do you hear breath sounds with the noise of the room? I have a hard time hearing anything at all and I'm afraid I'm going to miss something.

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Must-have iOS Apps for Nurses & Nursing Students: Pt. 2

She's baaaack! Adrianne is here with 9 more iOS apps that she loves and thinks you will, too! In the second installment of this three-part series, she breaks down some textbook companion apps, a few others that have served her well and a fun one at the end.

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Must-have iOS Apps for Nurses & Nursing Students

This episode is the first in a three-part series of Adrianne's favorite nursing-related iOS apps. Here she breaks down the first 9, in no particular order (actually just the order they happen to be in on her phone). She'll outline the perks, general cost and try to convince you that you need them, too. 

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Prep Tips: the Summer Before Nursing School

If you're an incoming nursing student, you probably already know the benefits of working ahead. Here are some things you should think about while sitting by the pool or hiding in the AC between now and August.

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