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This is a hard topic to discuss, but I think it’s an important one. This is especially true for NP students, new grads and those considering becoming an NP. No one who is in NP school or recently graduated wants to talk about the elephant in the room, but we have to talk about it. […]

Is the NP Profession Saturated?

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You didn’t go to NP school to continue working as an RN. The market is tough for new graduate NPs right now. A combination of the pandemic and oversaturation of the market has made getting that first job nearly impossible for some. Not all hope is lost, though. After school, it took me about 6 […]

How to Get Your First NP Job

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  The mnemonic “DIAPPERS” can be helpful in remembering the categories of “transient” urinary incontinence. Delirium– When delirium is present, it impedes the recognition of both the need to void and the location of the nearest toilet. Incontinence is common among hospitalized patients with delirium; once it clears, incontinence usually resolves. Infection– Symptomatic urinary tract […]

Mnemonic for Transient Urinary Incontinence