ReNursing Edu Blog

Coronary Artery Disease

August 20, 2020

NP School, Nursing

Coronary artery disease (CAD) is a spasm or occlusion of the coronary arteries and is often the result of atherosclerotic lesions that limit the flow of blood to the heart. There are many risk factors that contribute to the development of CAD including advanced age, diabetes, male gender (under 60 years of age), hypertension, dyslipidemia, […]

Hi, ReNursing Edu readers! Nurse practitioner students are still in need of clinical resources to get through school and their first years in clinical practice, so in addition to the board review questions that are posted on our FB group, we’ll be adding weekly clinical pearls blog posts. Topics will vary including, but not limited […]

NP School, Nursing

August 20, 2020

NP Clinical Tips!

It’s been awhile since I’ve updated everyone on the courses, but I finally have good news…the courses have launched!!!! Whew! There were a couple of unforeseen issues that came up during the development and production of the courses like a longer recovery from surgery than expected, losing voiceover files, and my perfectionist trait that wanted […]

NP School, Nursing

March 16, 2020

ReNursing NP Board Review Courses Have Launched!

ReNursing Edu NP Board Review

November 20, 2019

Nursing

I told you about the board review earlier this year and you may have thought I’ve abandoned that project, but nothing could be further from the truth! I’ve been researching, revising, writing, and recording for months now and I can honestly say that the board review courses are almost done!!! The perfectionist in me wants […]

It’s November! That means warm fuzzy socks, cool weather and pumpkin flavored everything! November also means the year is almost over, so it’s time to wrap up loose ends and prepare for the new year. Did you know that companies are more likely to hire in the early months of the year because everyone is […]

NP School

November 19, 2019

Are You Ready for Your Next Interview?

Disclaimer: Some of these links are affiliates of ReNursing Edu and I may receive a small commission if you purchase through them. After graduating from FNP school I realized that becoming a nurse practitioner involves a lot of paperwork! Not just the paperwork from your notes in class, but to maintain your licensure and credentials […]

NP School, Nursing

January 5, 2018

Creating a Nurse Practitioner Binder