Starting season two off with a BANG both Kaylynn & Tyanna share what they’ve been up to during the last 6 months. With COVID in the air and racism on the rise, listen further on their take of how both affects them on a personal and professional level.
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Social Media Influence on Nursing
45:17With social media usage on the rise, it is important to discuss its affects on our daily lives. In this episode, we will discuss social media’s influence on nursing and glamorization of nursing vs the reality of nursing. We also briefly discuss nurses salaries in different states and the impact social media has on body dysmorphia.
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COVID-19 PPE Education
40:55In this episode we discuss the proper use of personal protective equipment(PPE) which include gloves and masks during this COVID-19 pandemic. We go over the different diseases each mask protects you against and how those masks protect you. We share our personal work stories from the beginning of the outbreak and how our facilities are coping with COVID-19.
New Grad Expectations
45:49In this episode we discuss one of the top questions new graduate nurses have when looking for a job- should I start on a med surg unit or a speciality unit? We share our thoughts and opinions on each. We also discuss our personal experiences as new graduate nurses working bedside on specialty units.
Nursing Job Interview
49:36In this episode we discuss how to prepare for a job interview with speciality in nursing field. We give explanations on the format of how a nursing resume should look, tips on what to wear during your interviews, and give examples of questions that could potentially be asked during your interview.
Journey During Nursing School
1:00:26During this episode we speak on the pros and cons of attending a HBCU plus a HBCU nursing program. We discuss how we recommend studying during nursing school with some of our favorite apps we used! Studying for the NCLEX can be overwhelming, but we give our tips on how to study and for how long, and our favorite website to use for questions. Post-grad depression can be very real, we briefly discuss our personal experiences with that.