The recession of 2008 caused a lot of people to rethink their professional path. And with the aging population of the Baby Boomer generation, a lot of people started to think seriously about getting degrees in the healthcare profession. At the top of the list of healthcare professions, most people were interested in pursuing was a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
Nursing is an honorable and great profession. But getting through Nursing School is no easy task. But once you are done, the job is probably the most rewarding experience you will ever have in your lifetime. Saving lives and helping others in their most vulnerable time attract many people to become Nurses. Some would say “A Life Calling”.
This website will be designed to help guide you through to obstacle course called Nursing School. Not all Nursing schools are the same, but I believe they all operate on the same premise: To make sure they release, into society, the best and brightest students.
We will help you survive your Quarterly Medical Dosage Calculation Test all the way through Pharmacology and Health Assessment classes. Show you how to prepare for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) that every Nursing student must pass before they can become licensed in their state.
Thousands of Nurses graduate from Nursing School every year, so it must be a task that can be accomplished. It’s going to take some work and effort, but you can do it and do it well.
I graduated from Nursing School with a Bachelor of Science in June 2009. I wish I had someone who would guide me through the tough times and to tell me what things might be coming around the corner. I guess you could say this is my way of giving back. I want to help anyone who wants to become a Nurse. I studied and passed the NCLEX on the first try and now I’m a Registered Nurse (RN) at Mayo Hospital.
I didn’t come from a background of highly educated people. I was the first in my family to get my Bachelors degree. So I tell you this just to say, it can be done. With a little hard work and perseverance, you can get a rewarding career in Nursing and have the security of a career, not just a job, well into your retirement years. Nursing seems to be recession proof. There will always be a need to care for others. People will always be sick and populations will always age.
I hope to provide you with a path to finding a successful career by helping you to finish Nursing School and join me and the other wonderful Nurses in our profession. I’m not knocking doctors, but I would say most patients see their nurse 95% of the time during their stay at a hospital. So Nurses have a profound effect on the lives of the people under their care. Enjoy the experience that will be Nursing School, for it will teach you how to save lives one day.