How to Read ABGs Like a Boss: Master Acid-Base Disorders!

Acid-base imbalances are an important concept of nursing practice, not to mention something you’ll need to learn in school.¬† Teachers have different ways to teach students how to interpret ABGs, but here’s my preferred method. What are ABGs? ABG stands for Arterial Blood Gas.¬† You will need to stick an artery to get ABG values.¬† …

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How to Pass the NCLEX-RN in 75 Questions

I’ve written many articles about the NCLEX on Nursejanx in the past. In fact, they are the most popular articles on Nursejanx, and that’s hardly surprising. The concept of Passing the NCLEX-RN in 75 Questions remains one of the most Googled search terms in reference to this exam. Let’s find out how to do it!

Everything You Need to Know About HCAHPS

This post will have ongoing updates to remain current as things change. ¬†Here’s a list of points for this article: What are HCAHPS? How are HCAHPS scores determined? What is the inclusion/exclusion criteria for the HCAHPS survey? What questions are on the HCAHPS survey? What is Hospital Value Based Purchasing (VBP)? What are HCAHPS? HCAHPS …

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How the NCLEX Really Works

We now live in a digital age.  Gone are the old-fashioned days of paper and pencil, and say hello to computer adaptive testing.  So what?  Why should we care?  Are there any advantages?

What’s it like being a male nurse?

As more and more men are gravitating towards nursing, this is becoming less and less of a hot topic. ¬†Nevertheless, some people still seem to have a few questions, so let’s get into it.