What I Wish I Knew Before Starting Nursing School!

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Tjenare,

Presenting you with yet another way of greeting in swedish :)

Last week I gave you the "10 things I wish I knew before I started NURSING".

Well this week I present to you "What I wish I knew before I started Nursing SCHOOL"

I don't think anything would have ever deterred me from going to Nursing school, but some thing would've been handy to know, you know?

I don't think it's a good idea going into Nursing school completely blind and unprepared. A ittle bit of research is always wise before taking any major decision.

Speaking of Nursing school, here's a throwback to when I was a little student Nurse and the day of my gradutaion.

How time flies...

Was there anything you wish you'd known before you started Nursing school? I'd love to hear it!

 

 

 Nurse Jenny

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Jenny, RN is a Registered Nurse working in Sydney Australia. She received her degree in 2013 in Sydney as an international student from Sweden and graduated with a Distinction. She has a passion for Nursing and helping other Nurses and student Nurses in the field, looking at life from the positive side and always giving back where possible. She is the Founder of Bjorn Hall Stethoscopes, a company she created when she saw a need for more personality in the workplace.


1 comment

  • Than you. I am older (50’s) and just starting. I have been a Kidney dialysis technician for 17 years and a clinical preceptor for 12. Any information is good information. Again thank you!!

    Cindy Lynch

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