KEEPIN IT REAL | Family Nurse Practitioner

Today was a rough one. And in an effort to be transparent on the semi perfect internet, I thought I would share it with you. It’s not the happiest. So if you that’s your thing, you may want to skip this one. Work was rough. Home was a bit rough.

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WORKING WEEKENDS and NIGHTS AS AN FNP?

In today’s video I head into work as a Family Nurse Practitioner. And its the weekend! So we talk about that. We will also discuss working nights as well as weekends as a Family Nurse Practitioner and how that can look. Then we have some chaos at home. And some snuggles.

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DAY IN THE LIFE OF A FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER

Today was my second day back at work after maternity leave at my job as a Family Nurse Practitioner. I’ll walk you through some Nurse Practitioner tips for writing Review of Systems, how to approach differentials for upper respiratory track infections, and how I get ready for work as a working mom.

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BACK AT WORK (Temporarily) AFTER BABY | Family Nurse Practitioner

BACK AT WORK AFTER BABY | Family Nurse Practitioner Vlog No. 79. This week I returned to work as a Family Nurse Practitioner for the first time since having my daughter 7 weeks ago. I’ll be returning to another month of maternity leave after this week, which I’m very excited for!

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Family Nurse Practitioner Assumptions |True or False

In today’s video I’ll answer your assumptions about Family Nurse Practitioners from instagram! Some topics we will cover are is being a family nurse practitioner boring? You see the same thing over and over again as a Family Nurse Practitioner? Do you have to know a little bit of everything as a Family Nurse Practitioner?

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New Nurse Practitioners: How to Get Through the First Year!

In this video I discuss one of my most frequently asked questions: How do I get through the first year? Topics of Discussion: 💌 Mentor 💌 Self-Research 💌 Journals 💌 Growth🌱 and Patience

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MY BULLET JOURNAL SETUP | NP School vs Now

In this weeks video I’ll walk you through how I use my bullet journal now and how I used it when I was in NP school. I found using a bullet journal was a really good way to keep track of my non traditional life and schedule while I was balancing NP school, work and being a mom. Hopefully you’ll find some ideas you can implement into your bullet journaling as well!

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HEALTHCARE PODCASTS 2019 | My Current Favorites For Nurses & NP’s

In today’s video we will cover my favorite podcasts for nurses and for nurse practitioners, or really any healthcare provider for that matter. I love listening to podcasts to help me stay up to date with new practice information and updates because I can listen anywhere! I cover my favorite nursing podcasts, podcasts for primary and acute care, as well as my favorite women’s health podcasts. Let me know what your favorites are!

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NICU NURSE PRACTITIONER Q + A | Interview with my Mom

Abby Madonia has a Q&A with her mom, a nurse practitioner to answer viewers frequently asked questions about her job.

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Concerns for Food Allergies when Prescribing Medications

Food allergies seem like they are becoming more prevalent, either that or I was in the right field to see

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9 Must Haves for Healthcare Organizations to Attract and Retain the Best Talent

With aging population, increased chronic illnesses and retiring workforce, the demand for mid-level providers continues to grow. Competition for the

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9 Traits of an Ideal Workplace for a Nurse Practitioner

I have worked in a variety of medical settings over the past 10 years starting at the retail clinic, then

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5 Pros and 5 Cons of Working at the Retail Health Clinic

Walk-in retail clinics have sprouted throughout the country in the past decade: MinuteClinic, RediClinic, Healthcare Clinic (formerly TakeCare), The Little

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7 Tips for the FNP

Healthcare workers and providers strive for patient’s to receive great experiences and bedside care. Aside from pride and human satisfaction, financial

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