I had the pleasure of interviewing Jon Haws RN CCRN, founder of NRSNG.com. We dive into Jon’s history before entering the profession, and of course talk about his website and online community at NRSNG.com.
*Important note* : this interview was riddled with technical issues. My internet connection was not stable. This interview started and stopped three times, so I apologize ahead of time for the topic skipping. I did my best to weave it together seamlessly.
Are you sick of professors that just read from powerpoints, administration that doesn’t seem to care, and being assigned to read 5,257 pages per night with little or no explanation on what you are actually learning?I am an ICU nurse, Charge Nurse, preceptor, code team nurse, and mentor to nursing students and new nurses. During nursing school I became to frustrated with the way nursing education was headed.I am opening the playbook to nursing school and providing easy to understand materials, cheat sheets, and study tools to help you reach your goal of RN.
-Over 50,000 followers on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube-546,004 Podcast Downloads with over 85,000 downloads per month-52,733 Blog Subscribers
- Fill in the blanks. What else can you tell us about yourself? What do you want our listeners to know about you? What did Jon do before Nursing?
- Your favorite part of Nursing? Least favorite part?
- You’re an Neuro ICU nurse (how long?). Tell us about that.
- Jon’s Nursing ‘Vice’….. poop.
- Dealing with the death experience. Coping mechanisms
- NRSNG.com? A very unique name? Tell us how it was created. Yes ‘Nursing’ without the vowels.
- Where did the passion for helping students come from? Why an online business?
- Being able to identify the genuine article when looking for online Nursing resources.
- What do you find the most gratifying (enjoyable)?
- Why should other Nurses care about NRSNG.com? I mean there are a ton of other websites out there. What do you have?Why Nursing? Why did you become a Nurse?
Sadly, my limited time with Jon for the interview was cut short by the technical issues. I want to thank Jon for being so patient and understanding.
Be sure to go find Jon and tell him I sent you!