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These guides print out onto an 8.5x11 sheet of paper & fold into a small booklet for quick access when you're being interrogated by the clinical instructor or just prepping


Always refer to approved agency policies, procedures, & scope of practice

Skills checklists are for a more comprehensive understanding only

They are not a replacement for an independent review of your agency's approved policies & procedures.


Whether its anatomy & physiology, pharmacology, assessments, or charting
theres a guide for that
or there will be soon


Getting through nursing school is one thing, but getting a job in the field is a whole different thing

Check out here for not only tips but interesting & modern nursing resume templates - all you have to do is download & customize

Formatted for Google Docs


With so many things to keep track of in a shift, organization is one of the biggest obstacles to time management for students & new nurses

I use these sheets in my everyday practice - I like to call it 'paint-by-numbers nursing' 

All the information in these sheets are essentials for your shift, search through the chart, fill out the sections, & you should have all you need for successful shift planning

If the pre-filled sheets aren't applicable for your facilities policies & procedures - take advantage of the blank sheets by filling out the sections to be in line with your workflow & make copies for the perfect shift outline just for you and your future shifts

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