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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Top 5 Reasons I’m THANKFUL for being a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Learn about why I’m THANKFUL for being a Psych NP. In this video, I go over my top 5 reasons for being so thankful for being a PSYCH NP. Obviously there are more reasons, but these are my top 5 in 2019.

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Day in the life of a Pediatric Nurse | 2AM Routine

Working in healthcare means that we work days, nights, weekends, holidays and birthdays. But we love what we do and want you to know that your loved ones are in great hands.

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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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Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner… Is it worth being one?

The choice to become a Psychiatric NP can be a tough one and isn’t always the right choice for everyone. In this video, I go over my top 5 reasons why I truly believe it is worth it to become a psychiatric nurse practitioner. Obviously these reasons do not apply to everyone, but these are my reasons. These tips will help you be more aware.

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Pros of Being a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Learn about the benefits and pros of being a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. In this video, I go over my top 5 pros of being a psych np. Obviously these are the benefits I see and there are much more.

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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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Top 5 Jobs To Make You a Successful Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

As a Psych NP, we learn so much throughout our NP programs and throughout our experience as nurses. But… there are certain jobs out there that will provide the best experience to prepare us to when we are psych NPs In this video, i go over the top 5 jobs that will help make you a success psychiatric nurse practitioner This is just my opinion but its definitely great suggestions for anyone that wants to get experience prior to being a psych np.

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5 Interesting Facts about Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners

Being a Psych NP is one of the best decisions I’ve ever made in my career, but its surprising many people do not know what we do. I figured id make a video explaining some things that I found interesting about my career. In this video, i go over 5 facts that I found interesting about my career as a Psych Nurse Practitioner. Like I said, these are my 5 things I found interesting. These tips will you decide if this career is for you or not.

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WHAT DO ALL THE LETTERS MEAN? | Nursing Degrees, Licensure, and Certification Explained

In today’s video I’ll be answering the question “ what is the difference between a dnp and np? “. We will also be taking a look at nursing degrees, nursing licensure, and nursing certification. We will look at what you need to qualify for your nursing license, as well as your advanced practice registered nurse license. I’ll go over what you need in order to be a nurse, a nurse practitioner, nurse midwife, and CRNA. We will try to make sense of the alphabet soup that is nursing titles!

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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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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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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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Re-Think Sign-on Bonuses and Wait to Take the NCLEX

Whether you are a new grad or an experienced nurse looking for a new job, or even a savvy nursing

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Is Your Employer’s Liability Coverage Sufficient?

Even though your employer offers RNs company provided liability insurance, it is worth asking yourself if that is sufficient or

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Lessons Learned: Listening when they say “I don’t feel right”

I would have to say, when I graduated and passed my Family Nurse Practitioner certification, I became nervous about diagnosing

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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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Self-Care for Nurses with Ayurveda

As we all know, working long shifts as a nurse can cause primary imbalances in our body, such as unhealthy

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Nurses Working with PTSD and Combat PTSD Patients

Some of our peers are privileged to work with the men and women who have served in our United States

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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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Happy Nurses = Happy Patients

In a time of patient satisfaction scores, fear of litigation, and working in environments that are concerned about the proverbial

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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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Hiring the Right Fit

In order to produce high quality patient care, you must have high quality nursing staff. Sounds simple, right? Before we

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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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