Our next guest offers a brand new perspective here on the Your Next Shift podcast, our very first nursing student. While we know that the nursing profession is one of life-long learning, I certainly learned a lot from this next guest. From creative organizational tools to blog posts on all things nursing school- this nursing student certainly has already added a TON of value to the nursing profession.
A few take aways from our interview with Courtney:
- How Labor and Delivery Nursing has taught her a thing or two about whole patient care;
- What getting assigned the wrong academic advisor during a non-nursing degree had to do with her career trajectory;
- And why the greatest advice she ever received truly has to do with life and death!
Courtney from the I.V. League is a nursing student in a baccalaureate nursing program, graduating in May of 2016. When Courtney started the process of applying to schools, she looked all over the internet and social media for information or tips and tricks and found nothing that suited her needs. So Courtney started a blog and YouTube channel, where her goal is to provide future or current nursing students with a place to ask questions, get tips and tricks, and receive some really cool tools to help them out in nursing school! You can find out more and connect with Courtney via her blog or on social media at Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
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