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SimpleNursing has helped over 100,000 nursing students pass their nursing exams and the NCLEX! Our users have reported an 82% or higher test average! Our content is based on NCLEX curriculum standards. We're now making some of our most popular courses into a podcast! Up first is our pharmacology course!
 
Hi, I’m Sasha - your host of the Real Talk School of Nursing podcast. Have you been thinking about becoming a nurse or you’re in nursing school? Then you may have found the most correct place to be! This podcast speaks on what isn’t taught in the nursing program. We dive into all that is to come throughout your whole journey in pre reqs, nursing school, and new grad life. Come join us on Tuesday’s and let’s be real. There’s more to nursing school than just content. Write in to RealTalkNursin ...
 
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It's a common question, and if you're asking yourself if you're too old to go to nursing school, you are not alone. If you are a "non-traditional" student, you actually have a few advantages! Some special challenges that I'll address, for sure, but some definite advantages. If you are struggling with this very life-changing decision to go back to s…
 
Diabetes is an important topic in nursing school, and a common diagnosis that you’ll help treat in your future patients. In this podcast, I talk about the: Differences between type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Complications such as Neuropathy, Retinopathy, Peripheral Vascular Disease, and Nephropathy. How it's diagnosed (Hgb A1C test) Diabetic medication…
 
These are the 8 secrets to success I've learned in my year and a half of nursing school. Success is no accident. It takes hard work, but it helps to hear tips from someone who's gone before you on this journey. #1: Take advantage of the Halo Effect #2: How to choose your study group #3: Build a strong study system #4: Reminder notifications #5: Mas…
 
Even as nursing students in clinicals, we see so many patients affected by heart failure. This is definitely a biggie, and one you need to know. Today I'm breaking it down, and hitting the highlights of what you need to know as a nursing student about heart failure. Picmonic has some great resources to help you remember Heart Failure during test ti…
 
There are so many things to prepare for before and during nursing school. Some things are as simple and others are going to be tough. Regardless, whatever it may be, it can be accomplished if you want it bad enough. In today’s episode, Sasha talks about preparing before the program materialistically and what to think about emotionally once you’re i…
 
Today I’m sharing with you my insanely effective study system that I use for nursing school. This is a study system that is big on active learning, and NOT passive, time-wasting things. I’m NOT talking about re-reading or re-writing your notes. I’m NOT talking about getting cozy on the couch with your textbook and reading the chapter while highligh…
 
AUGUST 17, 2021 SEASON 6 EPISODE 4 #99 Sasha Subrosa When we get the inside scoop on things that people wished they knew when they were in our shoes, we take that and run with it. Were able to learn from others' mistakes to avoid having to go through the same struggles. In today’s episode, we get ideas on how to cut costs and some pros of being a n…
 
"There's an app for that!" There's an app for everything, and today I’m talking about the top 3 apps you need as a nursing student. I’m about halfway through my nursing school program, and I am telling you - these apps have saved me so much time, and I truly believe they’ve been instrumental in helping me make A’s in my classes. Follow this link ht…
 
There are so many times where we feel a certain way and believe that we’re alone. Something in us decides not to talk about it for our own reasons. But, being able to talk about the feelings you have can lead to change and a path to overcoming. In today’s episode, Sasha talks about the overwhelming thoughts when deciding to take the leap into the n…
 
Deciding whether or not to work while you go to nursing school can be a difficult decision. Should you focus on studying? Should you get the experience of working? Today we’re talking about 6 reasons why you should work during nursing school, (and one situation where you shouldn’t.) Some people don’t have a choice. They’ve got rent to pay, or other…
 
I have come to realize that figuring out your optimal study method comes with trial and error. Everyone learns in a different way so it’s never “one size fits all”. In today’s episode, Sasha explains her study styles that have helped her through her whole nursing school journey. Try something new to see if it can help you too! Take a look on Facebo…
 
Becoming a nurse is our goal, that’s why we're all here! Have you thought about what obstacles you will face along the way? In today’s episode, we will get into asking ourselves, “Am I okay with this?”. We will dip our toes into non traditional nursing careers, shadowing, and what to do to stand out to potential employers in a sea of new grads.…
 
It is a sad day in that we say our goodbyes to our good and faithful host, Michael Smith. He has helped carry so many through their nursing endeavors and was appreciated by all for being truthful, honest, and real about nursing school and all that surrounds it. His humor helped many pull through as they were getting worn down by the stress of schoo…
 
What do you need to know as a nursing student about Chronic Kidney Disease? Today I'm going to be talking about chronic kidney disease. When a patient has a problem with their kidneys, it can either be an acute problem or a chronic problem. So it could be acute kidney injury which can often be reversed and fixed or it could be chronic kidney diseas…
 
Let's talk about Cirrhosis! Learn about the signs and symptoms, the complications, and what you, as the nurse, can do about it. Over 44,000 people die every year from cirrhosis, so it’s the 9th leading cause of death in the US. Cirrhosis is an incurable form of liver disease that happens slowly due to inflammation and scarring of the liver tissue. …
 
This week, the most high-yield topic is hyper and hypothyroidism. You’ll see a lot of your test questions coming from this subject. I’m gonna talk about hyperthyroidism first, and then I’ll cover hypothyroidism. So, What is hyperthyroidism? It’s when your body makes too much of the thyroid hormones T3 and T4. I’m not sure how much of the A&P you re…
 
Today we talk to Kevin "The Boot Nurse" Gibson, BSN RN. We talk about his US Navy service, going through nursing school while on active duty, his NCLEX experience, and navigating medical recruiters if you're thinking about entering the military.โดย Michael Smith, MSN RN
 
Today we talk with Trevor Mueller, MSN CRNA. We talk about nursing career pathways, advanced degrees, CRNA school, working as a Nurse Anesthetist, and a little about Klimek Reviews. Thanks for joining us! Enjoy!!โดย Michael Smith, MSN RN
 
#92 - New Grad Nurse Brandy - Foresight and Sacrifice - S5E1 Today, we speak with an INCREDIBLE New Grad who has an amazing story of foresight and sacrifice. I can’t wait to share this incredible story with you, and I hope that it inspires some of you who are wondering if you can do it. Brandy is a mother who made an incredible sacrifice to ensure …
 
#91 - Nurse Allie (Gravel_Walknurse) - Hospice Nursing - S4E19 Today, we are going to talk to Nurse Allie. You’ll find her page on Instagram at Gravel_Walknurse and look up and subscribe to her YouTube channel by searching for Nurse Allie. She is a hospice nurse, and I wanted to bring her on because I think she has a great attitude, and works in an…
 
#90 - A Teacher's Perspective (Part 2): Surviving the Online Environment Surviving the online learning environment, the delay between episodes, practical Study Management tips, translations into nursing school, and who the REAL customer of teachers are. Season 5 debuts next month! Lots of powerful interviews and fun guests!! Stay Tuned!…
 
Today, we are going to talk to Steve, an extraordinary history and economic teacher friend of mine. He has two masters degrees: History and Social Studies Teacher Education. Prior to even the pandemic, he taught both in-person, and online hybrid classes, and was also on the Khan Academy staff as a content creator and teacher, and has taught courses…
 
If the hospitals in your area are allowing students to come in, then you’ll likely be starting your clinical rotations soon, if you haven’t already. Today I’m going to share some tips that will help you really get the most out of your nursing clinicals. Tip #1: Daily Goals Post-it-Note Tip #2: Ask to Watch or Do Tip #3: Don't correct the Nurses or …
 
We talk about being a parent, student, and working while your kids are at home doing distance learning with upcoming Instagram star @RatchetMom_RNโดย Michael Smith, MSN RN
 
Today, we are going to talk about being a parent and being in school while your kids are at home while in school. We are going to talk about 7 Characteristics of Highly Successful Nursing Students and Nurses And we are going to talk about delayed gratification and the benefits of a regimented schedule while studying for the NCLEX. The Real Talk Sch…
 
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