Category Archives: Nursing Education

What They Don’t Teach You In Nursing School (Infographic)

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Cutting-Edge Nursing (Infographic)

The rapid growth in information technology is having a radical impact on the education of nurses. Advances in processing capacity and speed, and the increased affordability of personal computers have contributed to the explosion of information technology applications. This is … Continue reading

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The Art of the Save: Triage and the E.R. (Inforgraphic)

Triage: the evaluation and categorization of the sick or wounded when there are insufficient resources for medical care of everyone at once. Source: NursingSchoolHub.com The Earliest Days of Triage 760-710 BC: Greek physician Pikoulis determines arrow and spear wounds have … Continue reading

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Video: Top 10 Myths About The AED

Video Description: Nursing educator Michele Kunz discusses the biggest myths about the AED, the automated external defibrillator. This information is essential for the general public and for healthcare professionals. The information is also essential for healthcare professionals that are required … Continue reading

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Video: Tips For Passing The ACLS Certification Exam

Video Description: Nursing Educator Michele Kunz gives healthcare professionals a brief overview of what they must know and understand about being successful on the ACLS Certification Exam. Michele gives us a quick discussion about which EKG’s / ECG’s are essential … Continue reading

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Video: Popular Code Drugs and Emergency Medications

Video Description: Nursing Educator Michele Kunz gives nurses a brief overview today’s popular code drugs and emergency medications. Michele will discuss epineprhine, adrenaline, amiodarone, atropine, and adenosine. Also discusses alpha and beta blockers. She will also discuss how these drugs … Continue reading

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Video: Cardiac And Vasoactive Medications

Video Description: Nursing Educator Michele Kunz gives nurses a brief overview about popular cardiac and vasoactive medications. Michele will discuss beta blockers, calcium channel blockers, and ace inhibitors. She will also discuss how these drugs work, their side effects, and … Continue reading

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Plan Your Nursing Career Path (Infographic)

Nursing can be a highly rewarding career, and the demand for nurses is only growing as the Boomer generation ages. This infographic lays out the progression of nursing certifications and associated pay levels.

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A Guide To Nursing Specialties (Infographic)

It takes a special person to choose to become a nurse. Nurses are caring and dedicated people who take care of patients in many different ways.Here is a quick view on the various nursing specialties and the duties and responsibilities … Continue reading

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Alarm Fatigue In The Hospital: It’s Alarming (Infographic)

A typical 15-bed hospital unit experiences 942 high-priority monitoring alarms each day.1 That’s almost 63 alarms per bed each day, or 40 alarms that nurses are required to tend to each hour. With such a high volume of alarms sounding … Continue reading

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