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#081 Want to Start or Grow a Side Business? Start Here!

#081 Want to Start or Grow a Side Business? Start Here!

Side hustles and how to start a business are among the top three most searched terms in the last several years. Now more than ever, people want to create multiple streams of income so that they can have more autonomy in their careers, pay off their student loans...

#080 Social Media Dos and Don’ts When You’re Job Searching

#080 Social Media Dos and Don’ts When You’re Job Searching

Employers are checking your social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and now even Tik Tok!  Don’t believe me? A recent study by the Society For Human Resource Management (SHRM) found that 84% of employers recruit via social media, and 43% of...

#079 Another New Grad NP Roundtable!

#079 Another New Grad NP Roundtable!

On the path to becoming a new nurse practitioner?  Wish that you could be a fly on the wall as a new graduate in transition to see what actually goes on in practice? Today’s episode is all about the student to NP transition and is a recording taken from the NP...

#075 Get Your Charts Done on Time with Dr. Sarah Smith

“How can I get my charts done?” is a question you’ve likely asked yourself at some point in your nursing or NP career. Paperwork and charting is a constant challenge for most medical professionals across the board.  And most NP’s and nurses, myself included, are...

#074 Should You Take a Low Offer Out of Desperation?

Questions to Answer Before Accepting a Lower Paying Nurse Practitioner Job There are times when it actually pays to take a lower salary, but there are financial and career growth factors to consider here. Which is why, just about every week, I'll be scrolling the big...

#072 NP Fellowships: Pros and Cons

#072 NP Fellowships: Pros and Cons

Thinking about joining an NP fellowship or residency program? Recently many nurse practitioner residency programs have popped up around the US.  And if you’re an NP student or new NP, you might be wondering - “Is this a good option for me?”  Residency programs serve...

#071 Becoming a LGBTQ+ Ally with Shannon Whittington

#071 Becoming a LGBTQ+ Ally with Shannon Whittington

With nearly 10 million LGBTQ+ people in the United States alone - improving healthcare for LGBTQ+ patients is needed more than ever.  But did you know… Did you know…. that in the average nursing education that there is fewer than 3 hours of education about LGBTQ+...

#067 Burnout Round Table with Erica Dorn & Diana Page

#067 Burnout Round Table with Erica Dorn & Diana Page

Have you reached the point of job burnout? If you’re a member of the NP Society, then you likely know from our monthly self care classes that burnout is a major concern. And it’s not just us.  Spring Health, a leading provider of behavioral health benefits, revealed...

#066 Updates from Our New Grad NP Roundtable

#066 Updates from Our New Grad NP Roundtable

When I first recorded Episode #32, New Grad NP Roundtable, I never expected it to become one of our most popular episodes. It’s ranked as one of Nurse Becoming’s Top 5 Downloads ever since the release, and we’ve received tons of great feedback about it. 😃  In case you...

#064 Do Physicians Hate NPs? Feat. Jenna Lizewski, DNP

Online bullying and shameful attacks on the nurse practitioner profession by our physician colleagues has, unfortunately, been a problem for a while now.  And these attacks are not just against NPs, but also against physician associates and registered nurses. I know...

#063 How to Deal with Job Rejections

I know some of you right now are dealing with job rejections. I also know that getting rejected for a job you wanted really sucks. Oftentimes, rejection sucks because we internalize it and create a meaning out of it that isn’t actually based on factual evidence. I can...

#062 NP vs RN Schedules: The Good, Bad, and Ugly

It will likely come as no surprise that your daily schedule and how you organize your life’s activities can be a BIG determining factor to overall life satisfaction.  And while being an NP is a great profession with plenty of advantages in comparison to registered...