The New Nurse Survival Guide
How to feel calm, cool, & confident your first year as a Nurse and for all New Grad ICU Nurses…
Are you still feeling anxious pre-shift?
You know it exists—and you don’t know what to do about it….
The New Nurse Jitters…
- Pit stains due to pre-shift anxiety
- A shaky voice as you give report
- 2 minute stairwell crying sesh (Thanks, Brenda! You didn’t need to call me out like that.)
- And general lack of confidence at work
You made it through so much already!
Nursing school, the NCLEX, orientation, & now—Ding Dong!
It’s like Amazon delivered something you didn’t even order! Another obstacle—packaged as that intimidating senior nurse.
Brenda—She gets it! Someone’s life is in her hands now. She is the one responsible. People are looking to her for help & answers.
Enough with the pressure already!
Around 200,000 new nurses enter the workforce in the U.S. each year, according to the National Nurses Association.
Most new nurses haven’t met a Nice Senior Nurse who will show them love, kindness, & all the tricks up their sleeves.
You could hope you end up with a Nice Nurse Preceptor—
A Senior Nurse who supports you, helps you learn from her mistakes, & shares her best nurse tips with you.
After working with her—you know what to say & when to say it, how to look (& feel) confident, & understand common labs & tests.
Feeling confident, less anxious, & more in control of your work is possible… with the right guidance.
If you don’t have a supportive senior nurse at your hospital—what’s the next best option?
Hi, I’m Nurse Meg!
I quit nursing to revolutionize the next generation of nurses! (Translation: to be your Nice Senior Nurse.)
As a nurse with 12+ years in the field, I realize Nurse Bullying is still, sadly, a very real thing. New nurses need a compassionate Senior Nurse to support them in those early years.
Nurses should Teach their young! New Nurses are bright, hopeful, ready-to-learn sponges who should be doused with knowledge & love—Not wrung out & left all alone in the hot Florida sun.
I’ve made a lot of mistakes & learned so many things the hard way. I don’t want you to struggle the same way I did.
Every new nurse deserves a kind-hearted nurse preceptor. And I’m here for You—if you’re in the market for a Nice Senior Nurse.
Ready to learn how you can handle your first year as a nurse—with more confidence (& support) than you’ve ever had?
The New Nurse Survival Guide
This is the New Nurse Resource for you, if you:
- thrive with unconditional love & support (rainbows not included)
- feel this deep sense of dread each day on your way to work
- could use a nurse schedule template to organize your shift
- want to feel confident giving & initiating report
- would love to build your confidence at work
- have nightmares about being judged by Senior Nurses
- just want to be a better nurse
- you are transitioning to ICU or a New Grad ICU Nurse
“This course helped me with the basic stuff & to feel more confident talking to doctors & with the change of shift report!”
-Milly G, RN
With this New Nurse Survival Guide tucked in your scrubs pocket you’ll—
- Meet a Nice Senior Nurse (ME!) —finally feel heard & supported
- Stop feeling dumb just because you’re the new kid on the block
- Notice a boost in your confidence—not just at work, but in your life
- Feel comfortable talking to doctors—so you can do your job with ease
- Learn how to initiate (& give the best) report—no more pre-shift anxiety
- Discover how to handle making mistakes (because they’re going to happen)
“Anxiety is all too common as a new nurse and I think this is an excellent tool for anyone out there looking for practical tips to help you navigate the unit.”
-Hana A, RN
You could just roll the dice, cross your fingers, & hope the universe sends you a Nice Nurse Preceptor—
Possibly delaying your personal growth and growth as a new nurse.
And maybe spending your commute to & from your shift feeling dumb & sad.
You could get The New Nurse Survival Guide for $147 & guarantee you’ll be working with a Nice Senior Nurse.
A senior nurse who hundreds of new nurses already trust with their Baby Nurse hearts & minds.
+ How long do I have access to the course?
A: Lifetime access! New Nurses tell me all the time that they revisit this course to help their pre-shift anxiety, & for the confidence-boosting messages.
+ What’s included in the course?
A: So many new nurse resources! You have videos to watch or listen to, printouts for each section of the course, & there’s even a great FB group you can join us in! There is also an ICU section for transitioning nurses and New Grad ICU Nurses.
+ Is there a refund?
A: At this time, there’s no refund for this course. But! You’ve got access to this Nice Senior Nurse—even after you start to feel your nurse confidence kick in! Keep me posted on your nursing journey—I love hearing how each of my students are doing!
“This report course saved my life as a novice nurse. Everyone thought I was a nurse before, because I was very confident in myself.”
-Joann B, RN
Here’s the final round up of what you’ll find inside—
The New Nurse Survival Guide Table on Contents
New Nurse Survival Guide Table of Contents
- Welcome Video
- Printables to Take to Work
The In’s & Out’s of Being a Floor Nurse
- Downloadable ebook version
- Patient Care
- Running a Code Blue / Rapid Response with Confidence
- Head-to-Toe Assessment Skills
- EKG Interpretation Made Easy
- Common Labs & Tests Explained
- Master Starting an IV
- Time Management for your 12 Hr Shift
- The Non-Patient Sides of Nursing
- Managing Your Stress
- Perfectly Your Skills
- How to Handle the Gross Stuff
- Dealing with Difficult Coworkers & Bullies
- Mistakes, Mediation Errors, Incident Reports
ICU – Critical Care
- The most common ICU drips and medications,
- Impella device management, waveforms explained, troubleshooting
- How to perform Transvenous Pacing
- Therapeutic Hypothermia / TTM device management
- Nursing Care for Swan Ganz Cath
- Arterial Lines – inside & out
- Intra-Aortic Balloon Pumps – become an expert
- VIII.Initiating & Maintaining CVVH (Continuous Venovenous Hemofiltration,
- How to care for vented patients and understanding the settings
Nurse Communication in Every Scenario
- Introduction to Finding Your Voice
- How to Initiate Report
- How to be Courteous to the Next Shift
- How to Give the Best Shift Report
- How to Talk to the Providers/Doctors
- Giving Report to Other Facilities
- Leaving the Floor/ Going on Break
- Giving Report to Other Departments
Nursing School Content Review
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Critical Care
- Critical Skills
- Fundamentals + Health Assessments
- Prioritization & Delegation
- Mental Health
This survival guide includes—
→ Videos & Printouts for every section!
→ Access to the most supportive New Nurse FB Group