My name is Jon Haws RN BSN CCRN, and I’ve been an ICU nurse, charge nurse, preceptor, code team nurse, and mentor to nursing students and new nurses. I’ve been through it, and have seen the massive holes and problems with nursing education.
That’s exactly why myself and my team founded NRSNG.com –
Nursing education shouldn’t be so difficult, confusing, and stacked against a new nurse trying to figure things out.
How things work through nursing school and beyond. We want to fill in the gaps of your education, so you can be the best, and most well-rounded nurse possible.
Material and concepts so you can easily understand and remember them, both on the NCLEX exam, and your nursing career in the future.
You to keep going through all of it. We’ll be your biggest cheerleader sometimes, and biggest kick-in-the-butt to keep going other times. It’ll take both to get through nursing school.
You with our larger nursing community in general. There are thousands of wonderful nurses out there in your exact same position, and farther down the road, that can assist, encourage and do the journey with you.
RN, BSN, CCRN, SRNA, RD, LD, MS, CNSC, etc.Learn More About Our Team
Are you struggling with Lab Values? We’ve put together an awesome study guide with all of the nursing lab values that you’ll need to know, along with their abbreviation, description, normal range, indications, increased values and decreased values.Check Out TheLab Values Study Guide
One of the most common things we hear from nursing students is how difficult pharmacology is. Well, we don’t think it needs to be so damn hard! We’ve put together a huge list of medications to learn from, along with podcasts and videos for you to get a better explanation of each one. Enjoy!Check Out TheMedications Study Guide
One thing that ANY nursing student could use more of in preparing for the NCLEX® exam is more practice questions formatted just like the ones they’ll see on the NCLEX® exam. We’ve build that bank of 3000+ NCLEX® Questions for you to use, practice with, and know where you need to focus your study time on.Check Out TheNursing Practice Questions
The quickest and easiest way to learn all of your most important lab-values.
Once you get the EKG leads on, what should a normal hearth rhythm look like?
How would you respond if your preceptor told you to place the EKG leads? This guide can help.
A quick reference guide to the most common IV solutions you’ll come across in a hospital.
I know we can help you along your journey to first becoming a nurse, and then perfecting and honing your skills into the best nurse you can be down the road.
You can feel free to Contact Us or reach out on our social media if you have any suggestions, feedback or anything else you’d like to talk about.
Thank you again for coming to the website, and I hope that you can immense value from everything we provide!