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Types of Co-workers in your Station Part I

Types of Co-workers in your Station Part I

Originally posted 2014-03-14 13:31:58. Republished by Blog Post Promoter So you have passed the board exams, breezed through applications and interviews and now you have been hired on your first job. In preparing yourself for this new journey, there are things that you need to be aware of aside from the company’s policies and procedures....
Types of Co-workers in your Station Part II

Types of Co-workers in your Station Part II

Originally posted 2014-03-23 09:01:56. Republished by Blog Post PromoterFew days ago I have posted the different types of co-workers you might meet in your nurse station. If you haven’t had enough of that we have more for you on this second part. Today, we shall explore the other types of employees you might encounter in...
The SBAR Method - Patient Assessment and Nurse-Physician Encounters

The SBAR Method – Patient Assessment and Nurse-Physician Encounters

Originally posted 2014-03-31 11:58:25. Republished by Blog Post PromoterThere will always come a time when you have to relay critical patient information to an attending physician. Am I hearing pounding heart sounds? You don’t have to worry, because you will be experiencing nurse-physician encounters more often than you think and doing it right the first...
Different Types of Working Opportunities for Nurses

Different Types of Working Opportunities for Nurses

Originally posted 2014-04-22 05:06:45. Republished by Blog Post PromoterNurses can work in different fields aside from the hospital. There are many opportunities waiting for you out there, you just have to find the right one that suits you. Did you know that there are over 100 nursing specialties in the United States? They can range...
How to Deal with Irate Patients, Relatives and Physicians

How to Deal with Irate Patients, Relatives and Physicians

Originally posted 2014-03-12 12:54:35. Republished by Blog Post PromoterEver encountered an angry individual at work? It’s an uncomfortable position to be in especially when you’re new at work and don’t have much experience with this communication dilemma because no one taught us how to properly deal with irate patients or physicians when we were in...
Tips on How to Nail that Job Interview

Tips on How to Nail that Job Interview

So your resume has finally been noticed and your job-hunting adventure has reached the next level. When you are being invited for an interview, chances like this comes seldomly so you might want to give it your best shot by being prepared. I have done multiple interviews with countless nurse applicants and what I notice...
Getting Into a Hospital without Working Experience

Getting Into a Hospital without Working Experience

We’re still discussing about job applications and today, let me describe how you can become a desirable candidate even without a previous hospital working experience. According to the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC), out of 35,475 test takers, 10.977 aspiring nurses have passed the nursing licensure exams last December. Imagine that, plus the number of previous...
After Passing the Board Exam, How do you Apply for a Job?

After Passing the Board Exam, How do you Apply for a Job?

Congratulations for recently passing the Nurse Licensure Examination (NLE). All your hard work has finally paid off. Seeing your name on the list just brings out a sigh of relief like that of a removed clot in one’s artery, but that doesn’t stop there. After becoming a full pledged professional nurse, a different challenge awaits...
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