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Ep152: Nursing Student Tool Box (the tools you need to succeed on the clinical floor)

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Have you ever wished you could carry all the MOST important nursing information around with you during clinical?

Do you know that we get literally HUNDREDS of emails a week from nursing students struggling with remembering lab values, medications, dosages, ekg rhythms . . . and so much more.

I finally decided it was time to make a one stop resource or tool box that had everything you needed to succeed in nursing clinicals.  There is no reason that you should have all the tools you need . . . and in the simplest format possible.

So . . . I created the Nursing Student Tool Box

 

You don’t have the time to dig through thousands of pages of nursing school books to find the key information you need to crush the exam or care for the patient on the floor. It’s all right here.

Here is what you get in The Nursing Student Tool Box:

  •  4 High Quality Color Durable Cheat Sheets (printed on glossy cardstock front and back, 7 total): Pharmacology, Nursing Mnemonics, EKG, Hemodynamics, Lab and ABG Values (many more)
  •  3 Templates (5 of each template paper thick): 5 copies of the Clinical Brain Sheet, 5 copies of Drug Card Templates, 5 copies of Handoff Report Template
  •  1 RN Sticker: Show your pride in being/becoming an RN with this aesthetic sticker.
  •  2 ID Badge Cards: 1 Lab Value ID Badge Card, 1 Insulin and Dosage Calculation ID Badge Card (credit card thickness horizontal ID badge cards)
  •  Discount Codes from NRSNG products

Stop wasting time and have everything you need in one place. If you are ready to take your nursing education to the next level . . . this is your chance.

I want you to have success . . . not just on your exams . . . but I want you to actually learn.  This tool box will give you the tools you need to focus your energy during clinicals so that you can learn and have success.

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Date Published - Nov 19, 2015
Date Modified - May 13, 2016

Jon Haws RN

Written by Jon Haws RN

Jon Haws RN began his nursing career at a Level I Trauma ICU in DFW working as a code team nurse, charge nurse, and preceptor. Frustrated with the nursing education process, Jon started NRSNG in 2014 with a desire to provide tools and confidence to nursing students around the globe. When he's not busting out content for NRSNG, Jon enjoys spending time with his two kids and wife.

2 Comments

  1. Nathalie Comtois

    Would these work in Canada?

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    • NRSNG Support

      we have not taken the Canadian version of the NCLEX, but we hear that they are similar and that although our program reflects the us NCLEX we have many Canadian students who have had great success studying with our materials. The one difference I point out is that units of measure may differ

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