if you're like me & want about 15 different ways to access the same information just in case you're missing something - then this page is probably for you
Unlike most of these items, I remember exactly when I found this website. Because I had just finished my pathology class.
These mind maps are outstanding for all things patho & will make your life just so much easier
I love this man.
While this does have a membership subscription there are free resources available as well.
If you can afford the subscription it's worth it, but if not no sweat. Their youtube channel has a wonderful selection & usually links their guides.
It is US based though so always double check lab values
SIMPLE NURSING PODCAST
Yes this is a separate entry. I needed space to fully express my adoration for this specific resource. This playlist is all about pharm.
I would listen to this playlist on my way to & from clinical so often that it was my top played for 2020. I swear by it that this is a huge reason why pharm is a strong point for me.
It reviews some of the most common NCLEX meds, their indications, contraindications, MOA, & side effects.
No Spotify? No problem, you can still access the full playlist with a free account - just have to sit through a few ads.
US based so be mindful of lab values
REGISTERED NURSE RN
This woman is such a gem.
Her youtube videos are in depth & helpful, theres a little bit of everything, & she's a fantastic teacher.
You'll notice a trend starting - because this is also US based. So while very helpful & informative, be aware that some things in the Great White North are a tad different.
Another membership site, & this one I didn't personally get - but to each their own.
What I do love though is the Youtube channel for this site! Plenty there & really helpful. Plus every once & awhile a free guide will be available.
US based - so keep that in mind
Hit or miss, but when it's a hit - it's out of the park.
I used this one a ton for care plans & their 'study notes' can be absolutely fantastic.
They're pretty in-depth & detailed so if you're looking for quick glance, information rich, printable resources - you'll probably spend more time scrolling than you'd like.
But, if you want to know the ins-n-outs of it all theres a good chance that it's most likely on there.
As you may have guessed - US based. So always double check your information.
THIS PODCAST WILL KILL YOU
Is this specifically a 'nursing' resource? Well, not really - BUT it gave me such a better understanding of pathophysiology, patient experience, history, & treatments for so many diseases.
It's hard to fully express how genuinely entertaining this podcast is, but I was listening to it well before I even started nursing school.
These 2 incredibly awesome epidemiologists go over so many different conditions. They take what is normally a pretty dry subject & turn it into something that has kept me entertained & laughing for hours on end!
Even if you're not a big podcast fan I can't recommend this one enough - or stress how genuinely enjoyable it is.
Plus, it's all evidence based & cited on their site - so you know its top tier.
*To help get you hooked I highly recommend listening to their MRSA or small-pox episodes (they're my favourites)*
SITE - THIS PODCAST WILL KILL YOU
Not only do they have the audios here (if you don't have a streaming app) but you can find:
→full written transcripts for all episodes (to cite the podcast itself or for those who are hard of hearing)
→academic citations on each episode page (round of applause for evidenced-based information sharing anyone?)
→book recommendations for furthering research
→a wealth of COVID-19 research (in addition to their full audio series)
→both alcoholic & non-alcoholic drink recipes themed after each episode topic
→of course some merch - because these ladies are hilarious
When I tell you I was outright giddy finding this site - it's a vast understatement.
While still an US based resource their information on pathology (especially in a nursing sense) is outstanding.
I desperately wish I had found this at the start of my program, it would have saved a lot of time digging through the internet for nursing interventions but c'est la vie.
FINALLY! Some Great White North representation!
Run by 2 lovely RNs this resource is great for tips, tricks, & generally continuing education - the icing on the cake? Evidence. Based.
Their site has some super cute clothes & some digital resources, so be sure to check it out
You can head over to their Instagram by clicking the icon at the bottom of the webpage
YOUR NURSE LAWYER
Disclaimer: U-S-of-A, so definitely not always 100% applicable to Canadian laws, but still undeniably an asset
Irnise is a Maryland based attorney who dedicates a TON of time & energy to sharing free information with medical professionals (specifically nursing) on the legalities of healthcare & the importance of always covering your own a*s
From incredible case studies to documentation tips, communication tools, & some pretty stunning OOTDs - this woman is 100% the embodiment of a genuine (non-ironic) ✨ b o s s ✨ b a b e ✨
the button will take you to her linktree where you can access all her socials & upcoming workshops