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In this special AMA series, I’m answering your questions about nursing school! Here’s what I’m answering this week: 

  • Do you have study tips for Maternal/Newborn and Peds?
  • What’s it like to go from LPN to RN? 
  • How do you cope with feelings of loneliness/isolation from studying a lot?
  • How long are clinical days?
  • Any advice for taking the NCLEX? My classmate said it was very hard.


FREE CLASS – If all you’ve heard are nursing school horror stories, then you need this class! Join me in this on-demand session where I dispel all those nursing school myths and show you that YES…you can thrive in nursing school without it taking over your life!

Study Sesh – Change the way you study with this private podcast that includes dynamic audio formats that help you review and test your recall of important nursing concepts on-the-go. Free yourself from your desk with Study Sesh! 

Crucial Concepts BootcampStart nursing school ahead of the game, or reset after a difficult first semester with my nursing school prep course, Crucial Concepts Bootcamp. Learn key foundation concepts, organization and time management, dosage calculations, and so much more. 

LATTE Method TemplateDownload the free LATTE Method Template so you can streamline how you study and focus on what a nurse needs to know. 

Clinical Success Pack – One of the best ways to fast-track your clinical learning is having the right tools. This pack includes report sheets, sheets to help you plan your day, a clinical debrief form, and a patient safety cheat sheet. 

#244: Polyhydramnios – See how I break down a Maternal/Newborn condition using the Straight A Nursing LATTE method.

#21: The LATTE Method – Get an overview of how to use the Straight A Nursing LATTE Method in this episode.

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