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We deliver the most comprehensive resources for New Grad Nurses, enabling them to succeed in landing that first job as a Registered Nurse.

Preparing for Life as a New Grad Nurse [Important Career Tips for New Grads]

One of the most consistent questions we receive is, “How do I prepare for life as a New Grad?”. If you are lucky, during your final semester of nursing school, you will have a day in which one of your professors will go over what you need to do...

New Grad; New Perspective - New Grad Nurse Consultants

When you come to work for your first day as a new hire, new graduate RN you’ll probably feel a lot like a nursing student again. You’ll follow your preceptor around as they give you the lay of the land, you’ll take vital signs and refill some water pitchers, and most of what you hear in handoff report will go over your head.

How to Become a Certified Nurse Midwife - New Grad Nurse Consultants

A certified nurse midwife is not just a certified midwife, they are registered nurses. You can become a CNM if you are interested in women’s gynecological health combined with providing prenatal and postnatal care…

Enerything You Should Know About New Grad Nurse Residency Programs

The new grad nurse residency programs increase the skill and competence, eases transition from being a student to a graduate nurse and promotes job satisfaction.

[New Grad Nurse Best Practices] Common To Dos and Don'ts for New Grad Nurses

The demand for a qualified nurse has increased over the years due to advancement in medical research and technology. Innovative solutions are rapidly changing the pattern of treatments leading to improved patient care. Thus, the scope for building a successful career in clinical care is immense for graduate nurses. However, it is important for them to remember the following DOs and DON’Ts when joining work after graduating from a nursing school.

Letters of Recommendation: How It can Help New Grad Nurses to Win the Job Interview

A letter of recommendation is a letter written by an individual who is familiar with an applicant and can speak to their professional skills and qualifications. For new nurses, these letters can come from academic faculty, clinical instructors, lab instructors, preceptors, and/or previous managers…

How to Beat the ATS when Writing a Resume and Cover Letter for Nursing

Today, recruiters use the Applicant Tracking System (ATS) for recruiting candidates. Your nursing resume is your ticket to that perfect job that you seek in a reputed medical organization...

Bullied New Grads - New Grad Nurse Consultants

We have all heard the adage, “Nurses eat their young”. I was hopeful that this common practice was not so common anymore, however it is something that continues to occur in the workplace. New Grads are given poor treatment by their older colleagues and bullied simply because they are new nurses…

Professional Etiquette Tips to Follow: For New Grad Nurses

Being a Nurse it is necessary to maintain the professional etiquette all time. Follow these tips to improve your Professional Etiquette.

Types of Nurses: The Ultimate Guide to Nursing Levels

Here we discuss the types of nurses which every new grad nurse should know in detail. Get to Know about nurse levels, their duties and required experience.

Impacts of COVID-19 Pandemic on Nurses: How It Changed Nurse's Life

The COVID-19 pandemic has tested the limits of all healthcare professionals and nurses are no exception. They have to work harder for a longer period of time. This has a negative impact on the mental health of more than half of the nurses...

Career Tips for Registered Nurses: Must Follow for Career Advancement

Being a Nurse, you must develop yourself as a nursing professional to raise your career graph. This career tips for registered nurses will help you in that.

Impacts of COVID 19 Pandemic on Nurse’s Life | by Andrew | Jan, 2021 | Medium

Critical nurses are supposed to perform a variety of tasks and the nurses from other specialities are supposed to learn these special skills before providing care to patients being infected with COVID. Many organizations, such as the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, have eLearning courses to enable the registered nurses to learn life-saving skills.

How Nurses Feel About COVID-19 Vaccine - New Grad Nurse Consultants

CDC and other health organizations have decided to give COVID19 vaccine to the frontline healthcare workers first. See how the nurses feel about Vaccine.