Podcast

nursing school podcastPodcasts for your listening and learning pleasure! All podcasts are available on iTunes, so to be sure you never miss an episode, subscribe via iTunes. Enjoy and be safe out there!

Emergency or Not?
Is that patient’s blood pressure a cause for concern? What are you going to do about a heart rate of 60? It depends! Find out here.

ARDS
What is ARDS? What causes it and how do you care for patients with this severe form of lung injury? Find out here!

End of Shift Report
Nervous about giving end-of-shift report? Don’t be! I’ve got everything you need here!

Managing ICP
Learn the basics of managing intracranial pressure in your neuro patients right here!

Diabetes
Review the basics of diabetes, common meds and two deadly complications…DKA and HHS here and now!

 

9 thoughts on “Podcast

  1. Kristi F.

    Thank you so much for this website and your podcast. I took many notes from the first one and was wondering when you may have the next one available?

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    1. Nurse Mo Post author

      I hope to have it up in the next couple of weeks…things just got really busy lately! Thanks 🙂

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  2. Channel

    I’m currently reading your book and it has been sooo helpful. However, I have professors that read from the slides. How do you suggest i study for those classes? We have way too many chapters to read for e to read each 1 word for word.

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    1. Nurse Mo Post author

      So as they read from the slides, they don’t offer any insight or examples? That’s a bummer…and very poor teaching (in my opinion).

      My suggestion would be to do two things…1) re-write the slides into notes that make sense for you. Meaning, you’ll go from bare-bones bullet points to more of a narrative format. Listen carefully in class for any additional information you can add to the slides and then use your book to supplement. Don’t read the whole chapter…just look up the information as you go. 2) look to see if the instructor has written “objectives” for each lecture. Technically, these objectives are what the tests are written to. I found that once I focused my studying on the specific objectives for a particular topic I was able to really understand what I needed to study.

      My first semester of Med/Surg was largely self-taught…so I feel your pain. Hope this helps!

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  3. Nathan Brown

    More podcasts please. I have listened to them all twice. Are there any other good nursing podcasts somebody can recommend?

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    1. Nurse Mo Post author

      Hi Nathan…I would LOVE to do more podcasts. I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to! Sadly, I work A LOT and don’t have a ton of spare time. I will see if I can set some realistic goals for this as I do agree it is SO helpful! Thanks for letting me know you listen to them!

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  4. Shari

    Are these podcasts still available through itunes? I can’t seem to find them when I do a search – perhaps I am searching wrong.

    Thanks

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    1. Nurse Mo Post author

      Hi Shari…I am having the same problem! I don’t know why they’re not showing up. You should be able to download them from the website and I’ll see if I can figure it out since I plan on doing more of them!
      Thanks for reaching out!

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      1. Shari

        Hi, I was able to download to my computer and then upload into itunes – not sure why I can’t find in itunes, but I now have it to listen to while I walk in the morning. Looking forward to upcoming podcasts 🙂

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