Student Clinical Placements

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How do I set up a clinical with Nursing Evolutions? 

1.  Contact the clinical placement coordinator at your School of Nursing.

2.  Request that they contact our Clinical Education Coordinator (or contact us yourself, we'd love to hear from you!)

Contact Info@nursingevolutions.com for more information!

Student Reviews of their RN Mentors

Julie Anne, Pediatric Critical Care RN & Mentor

"This was a wonderful opportunity to experience how medically fragile children are able to live at home with the assistance of highly skilled nurses.  Julie Anne was a knowledgeable individual and taught me what to look for when a child with an indwelling trach is in respiratory distress or in need of suctioning.  By the end of the experience, I was able to identify the signs and symptoms of increased respiratory effort by the child, which is what determines need for suctioning of the trach." 
                                                                                                                         -N.J., Nursing Student, April 2016

"Julie Anne was professional, informative, and thorough during our time together.  We discussed the patient’s trach in great detail.  This included how to tell when he was not clearing secretions, how to recognize signs of respiratory distress, when it was necessary to suction, how far the suction catheter was inserted, and precautions when changing the trach.  She was a fantastic teacher and I felt very blessed to have her as my mentor." 

                                                                                                                        -C.C., Nursing Student, April 2016
 

Students' Clinical Observation Reviews

Ping, Pediatric Critical Care Team Leader

"Ping was an excellent mentor to follow and she provided me with a wealth of great knowledge regarding complex respiratory care to understanding the workings of home health and pediatrics.  Ping was gracious in answering all of my questions and walked me through the steps in her nursing assessments and thought processes to try to help me learn to understand how a home health critical care peds nurse manages a client's case.  This was a valuable experience for me and I appreciate being allowed to shadow an RN in this capacity!"

                                                                                                   -J.B., Nursing Student, April 2016

Student Clinical Mentor Review

Michele, Pediatric Critical Care Team Leader

"Michele was a very engaged, competent teacher.  She showed skill and confidence in her care.  She was incredibly knowledgeable and compassionate.  I appreciated her ability to work and teach simultaneously.  It made an observation-only experience more conducive to learning. "

                                                                                                        -K.N., Nursing Student, July 2016

Student Clinical Review

Anya, Pediatric Critical Care Team Leader

Anya was a wonderful teacher, she was a fount of knowledge and answered every question I had.  She knew her patient well.  She was very aware of the potential complications for her specific patient.  She did a wonderful job of providing timely, appropriate care for her patient while respecting the parents’ role, participation and desires.  Her assessments were thorough and appropriate. 

                                                                                                 -S.B., Nursing Student, June 2016

 

V- April 2016

Anya was a great teacher, she answered all my questions and explained everything she was doing as she did it. 

Students' Clinical Observation Reviews

Kristina, Clinical Supervisor

"Kristina was an excellent mentor.  She clearly and thoroughly explained the many aspects of managing an infant with a trach, on a ventilator, including ongoing assessments of the patient and trouble-shooting the machines." 
                                                                                           -M.G., Nursing Student, June 2016

 

"Mentor was efficient and competent in explanations of equipment and interventions with trach ventilation.  Displayed knowledge of complex assessment skills to me about NG placement and checking the placement, emergency technique, and diagnosis of issues with technology.  Displayed calm demeanor and acted professionally throughout entire experience talking through clinical thought process in evaluating patient status." 
                                                                                                 -P.P., Nursing Student, June 2016

Students' Clinical Observation Reviews

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Students spend full shifts with experienced pediatric intensive home health RNs caring for their patients. 

 

Nursing Evolutions offers clinical placements for a number of Schools of Nursing in Washington State. 

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Ping, Pediatric Critical Care Team Leader

"Ping was an excellent mentor to follow and she provided me with a wealth of great knowledge regarding complex respiratory care to understanding the workings of home health and pediatrics.  Ping was gracious in answering all of my questions and walked me through the steps in her nursing assessments and thought processes to try to help me learn to understand how a home health critical care peds nurse manages a client's case.  This was a valuable experience for me and I appreciate being allowed to shadow an RN in this capacity!"

                                                                                       -J.B., Nursing Student, April 2016

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Michele, Pediatric Critical Care Team Leader

"Michele was a very engaged, competent teacher.  She showed skill and confidence in her care.  She was incredibly knowledgeable and compassionate.  I appreciated her ability to work and teach simultaneously.  It made an observation-only experience more conducive to learning. "

                                                                                         -K.N., Nursing Student, July 2016

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Julie Anne, Pediatric Critical Care RN & Mentor

"This was a wonderful opportunity to experience how medically fragile children are able to live at home with the assistance of highly skilled nurses.  Julie Anne was a knowledgeable individual and taught me what to look for when a child with an indwelling trach is in respiratory distress or in need of suctioning.  By the end of the experience, I was able to identify the signs and symptoms of increased respiratory effort by the child, which is what determines need for suctioning of the trach." 
                                                                                     -N.J., Nursing Student, April 2016