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Prioritizing While in Nursing School

Written by Julia Tortorice
Photo by: Texas A&M (Flickr)

Photo by: Texas A&M (Flickr)

Nursing school will be an extremely rewarding and busy time in your life!

Prioritizing While in Nursing School

Congratulations! You're considering or have already embarked upon the journey of becoming a nurse. I can think of few professions that carry more rewards than nursing. Being a nurse takes a special kind of person, one who is caring yet capable of working under extreme pressure. Multitasking is a nurse's best friend: You will need finely honed multitasking skills once you graduate and become a nurse. Prioritizing while in nursing school will help you develop those critical multitasking skills as well as get you to graduation relatively unscathed.


Least Favorite Nursing Duties

Written by Julia Tortorice
Photo by: Army Medicine (Flickr)

Photo by: Army Medicine (Flickr)

Working with our patients is definitely the best part of nursing.

17 Least Favorite Nursing Duties

For the most part, I think all of us nurses love what we do. We wouldn't have become nurses in the first place if we didn't. Our job is stressful in ways that many other jobs aren't, and it takes a very special person to become a nurse. Alongside that stress, however, comes job satisfaction and rewards that cannot be found in any other vocation either. There is nothing better than nursing patients back to health and receiving their love and appreciation in return. That's probably the best part of our job. So, what is the worst part? Here are a few of our least favorite things.


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