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Clinical pearls and practice tips to save you time, frustration and help you learn faster so you can take the best care of your patients.

Simplified Hyponatremia Workup for New Nurse Practitioners

Sep 17, 2019

I saw a meme recently that compared hyponatremia to folding a fitted sheet— you can watch a million videos on how to do it but you're probably going to crumple it up and hope you never have...

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How to Make a Plan of Care as a New Nurse Practitioner

Sep 10, 2019

If you draw a blank when it comes to your a plan of care once you've got your differentials, you're not alone.

I rely on step-by-step approaches to my care as an NP to keep me on track and...

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Easy Framework for Hyperkalemia Workup

Sep 03, 2019

High potassium isn't just terrifying, it's SO. COMMON.

You probably had the fear-of-potassium instilled in you as a tender nursing student like I did.

Today's video continues the Lab...

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3 Simple Steps for a High Calcium Workup (Plus, Do-Not-Miss Diagnoses)

Aug 27, 2019

As a new nurse practitioner, I'd get a sinking feeling as I watched new lab results pile up in my inbox every time I'd check my computer between patients.

It's a topic that's somewhat covered in...

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The Right (and Wrong) Way to Ask Questions as a New Nurse Practitioner

Aug 20, 2019

When you're a new nurse practitioner, you need to make thousands of decisions a day.

(Which usually translates to thousands of questions).

I made mistakes as a new grad, and luckily for me, I...

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First Year Nurse Practitioner Survival Tips: My Top 3

Aug 20, 2019

Do you ever have the thought:

Is this what primary care is? ...what did I get myself into?

Almost every new grad has these thoughts, myself included. And it's completely normal.

(And I...

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New Nurse Practitioner: When You Don't Know the Answers

Aug 19, 2019

Sitting in the room, face-to-face with your patient, and they ask you point-blank: So what's wrong with me?

As a new grad I would dread this scenario—  I'd freeze up, stutter, stumble...

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