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Real Talk School of Nursing

The Real Talk School of Nursing Podcast was started in February 2016, by Ben & Greg, two nursing students who worked as Emergency Department Techs. Both have graduated and handed the keys to Michael Smith MSN RN in November 2018.

The podcast doesn't talk about content very much. There's more to nursing school than just content. What makes nursing school hard is all the "stuff" that surrounds it.

So let's talk about it. Let's share our experiences.

In nursing school, the last easy day was yesterday. But we can get through it together!

Nov 1, 2020

 

#91 - Nurse Allie (Gravel_Walknurse) - Hospice Nursing - S4E19

Today, we are going to talk to Nurse Allie. You’ll find her page on Instagram at Gravel_Walknurse and look up and subscribe to her YouTube channel by searching for Nurse Allie.

She is a hospice nurse, and I wanted to bring her on because I think she has...


Oct 28, 2020

#90 - A Teacher's Perspective (Part 2): Surviving the Online Environment

Surviving the online learning environment, the delay between episodes, practical Study Management tips, translations into nursing school, and who the REAL customer of teachers are.

Season 5 debuts next month! Lots of powerful interviews and...


Oct 8, 2020

Today, we are going to talk to Steve, an extraordinary history and economic teacher friend of mine. He has two masters degrees: History and Social Studies Teacher Education. Prior to even the pandemic, he taught both in-person, and online hybrid classes, and was also on the Khan Academy staff as a content creator...


Sep 17, 2020

We talk about being a parent, student, and working while your kids are at home doing distance learning with upcoming Instagram star @RatchetMom_RN


Sep 3, 2020

  1. Today, we are going to talk about being a parent and being in school while your kids are at home while in school.
  2. We are going to talk about 7 Characteristics of Highly Successful Nursing Students and Nurses
  3. And we are going to talk about delayed gratification and the benefits of a regimented schedule while studying...