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Benefits of Group Study

Posted by Claudia Ortiz-ortiz on Nov 3, 2017 10:17:00 AM

 

As a student, you already know how important studying is to being successful in nursing school. You could choose to study on your own or you could join a study group. Here are six benefits that group study can give you:

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Topics: Vocational Nursing, Study, nursing, group study, Success

Official Nobel Prize Games for Medicine!

Posted by Grace Youn on Sep 8, 2016 9:30:00 AM

The official website for the Nobel Prizes features "educational productions" related to Physics, Chemisty, Medicine, and even Literature! 

If you're a nurse or someone with 5 minutes of free time, learn a thing or two about Blood Typing, the MRI, or Tuberculosis - through games! 

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Topics: public, Study, games

IN THE LAB: Proper Hand Washing Technique

Posted by Alicia Robinson on Feb 9, 2016 1:30:00 PM
 
 
Our FIRST YouTube video stars Miss Kristine, our Simulation Lab instructor! She and her student will demonstrate proper hand washing technique. 
 
Remember, this isn't just valuable information for healthcare professionals, but for anyone who uses their hands! 
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Topics: public, Study, In the lab with Miss Kristine, Hand Washing, Sims Lab

Student Parents: Setting an Example for Your Children's Future

Posted by Alicia Robinson on Dec 23, 2015 9:00:00 AM



You may be wondering how you can juggle going to school and having kids at home. However, what you may not realize is that going back to school to better your job opportunities to provide for your family will have a lasting positive effect on your children. One of the most important jobs you have as a parent is setting a good example for your children, and continuing your education is a great way to do this.

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Topics: career, Study, role models

NCLEX Study Tips and Tricks

Posted by Alicia Robinson on Dec 3, 2015 9:00:00 AM



After completing your nursing program, you will need to take the NCLEX to become a licensed vocational nurse in California. Like many people, you may have concerns about taking this exam. The most common reason people fail this exam is not because they lack the knowledge needed to become an LVN, but because they are nervous or poorly prepared for the exam. If you have never taken an exam like this before, you may have no clue how to prepare for it, or even when you should begin preparing for it. These study tips and tricks can help you be prepared and more relaxed when it is time for you to take the NCLEX.

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Topics: career, Study, nclex

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