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Friday, September 5, 2008

Request for Teaching Tips

I am requesting Teaching "Tips" and Simulation "Recipes" to be included in the Pocket Nurse Volume 14 catalog. If you received our current catalog you know that it includes Customer tips on everything from making pseudomonas to turning a hemmocult slide positive. As a Nurse Educator, I know how creative my colleagues are! Please post your recipes and I will try to include as many in the new catalog. Thanks!



  • I will be happy to share what I learn in the skills lab. Today we are doing the basics: Handwashing, etc.

    I use the Glo Germ from Pocket Nurse, and make sure to smear it on student pens, touch my face, and all the things we actually do onsite.

    By Blogger Judy Martin, At September 5, 2008 at 11:46 AM  

  • Great Idea Deb. Did you know that Jeanne Cleary and I have published a cookbook called "Moulage for Manikins or Cooking for REAL dummies"? We also have a web site www.sickkitchen.com where we share tips and tricks and recipes for you and the manikins. We would love to link with you.
    Check us out.
    Kaaren Harris

    By Blogger Kaaren Harris, At September 11, 2008 at 9:45 PM  

  • Kaaren: I love your "Cookbook" and talked to Jeanne last week about adding it to the Pocket Nurse catalog. Please feel free to link this blog with your website. I know we will get some creative "recipes" from our colleagues! Deborah

    By Blogger Deborah, At September 12, 2008 at 9:52 AM  

  • Thanks to Kaaren Harris and Jeanne Cleary for allowing Pocket Nurse to add their book: "Moulage for Manikins" to our inventory. It can be purchased on the website. Enter item number 10-83-2101 to purchase a copy. There are so many recipes to make Simulation realistc from: creating post partum infection, TURP clots, tarry stools and other yucky stuff!

    By Blogger Deborah, At September 30, 2008 at 4:08 PM  

  • October is the perfect time of the year to buy wound making supplies at the local dollar and drug stores.

    For burns buy the black hair spray, and use it sparingly, feathering the look away from the wound.

    By Blogger Pat Rape, At October 9, 2008 at 10:57 AM  

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