Sunday, June 24, 2012

Achievement in Nursing carrer

Picture speaks itself....

Good luck new graduates

Good luck all new graduates and anyone around the world who is planning to take NCLEX test. NCLEX is not an easy test neither horrible, you need to make sure that you read questions closely, make sure to go through all the options although you are 100% sure about the answer, don't jump to the conclusion. Every one of you is smart and intelligent because graduating from nursing school is not a cup of tea, but we still need to go through the test to prove that you can deliver safe and effective nursing care, able to prioritize the problems. Just relax and answer every questions individually, it does not matter how many questions you have to take 75 or 265, also it does not matter how many times you have to take a test, it does only matters you passed or not, and sure you all will do great.
Good luck all.....praying for all you.
Enjoy the free NCLEX practice questions: Free NCLEX RN practice questions

Monday, April 16, 2012

New Blog

I recently started blogging in new blog " This is What a Nurse can do" http://nursecando.blogspot.com/. This blog is solely about nursing and what all nurses can do to change life of a person, physically, mentally and emotionally. Everyone is free to write down their own thoughts in the blog. Please free to send the comments.
Thanks

Saturday, April 14, 2012

ACLS is Down

It's a relief after ACLS class, it's down and Smita Sharma is ACLS certified now, another step for nursing career. Still waiting for new classes and new challenge. From now I can run a code isn't it interesting and scary. Let's hope I can do it with confident in real world.


Sunday, April 8, 2012

This is what a Nurse can do

All my complaints and tiresome day turned into a great day after one of my patient thanked me for all my care and patience with his tears on his eyes, I made a man cry with my good deed.... this is what a Nurse can do............

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

I am PALS certified

Another step for nursing carrer, I am PALS certified from American Heart Association. 

PALS: Pediatric Advanced Life Support, it is an advanced course for responding emergency situations among infant and pediatric population. Total hours of class including test was 8 hours, but it was worth worthy. During course hours you will get detailed information about CPR and AED. CPR administration by 1 rescuer and 2 rescuer, and also you will get chance to go through respiratory distress, respiratory failure, various kind of shock, and cardiac dis-rhythmia. Also teaches you detailed information about assessment, intervention and evaluation during the crisis. You will also get information how to lead a crisis or a code.
I found it as a helpful course. For more information go to American Heart Association.