Learning how to be a nurse is often described as one of the most difficult learning curves a person can experience.
After graduation, skills are acquired at a lightning pace. Patients are admitted to your unit, often needing specialized medicines, advanced breathing, or technology for monitoring. How do you stay afloat while handling the day?
13 Rules of ICU Nursing offers a different framework for skills often not acquired during nursing school. Writer and clinical instructor, Dr. Nicole Sunderland draws from her students feedback and own experiences to offer invaluable lessons for the student nurse, new graduate nurse, and experienced nurses stepping into critical care.
This book helps answer the need for skills necessary to be a charge nurse, skills for overcoming self-doubt, skills driving the importance of prioritizing time and so much more. With over 10 years of clinical nursing knowledge, teaching and research leading to the creation of this book, you are sure to find something of value to add to your career.