How to Chart as a New Grad NP
Overcome the overwhelm and learn to chart as a new grad nurse practitioner!
Are you a new nurse practitioner feeling super overwhelmed right now?
Feeling stressed by the steep learning curve as a new grad nurse practitioner.
Unsure what even goes in a chart note, let alone if you are doing your job right.
Paralyzed by imposter syndrome, perfectionism, and constantly running behind during the day.
To be honest, one thing nurse practitioner school doesn’t teach you is how to actually document a chart note in real life practice.
Sure, you did comprehensive chart notes with your case studies in school.
But wouldn’t it be nice to know how to actually document in the real world?
How to Chart as a New Grad Nurse Practitioner
Hi I’m Erica D the NP
I created The Nurse Practitioner Charting School for two reasons:
1.Excessive charting leads to nurse practitioner burnout.
Nurse practitioners are so busy seeing patients and documenting the findings. Not to mention the med refills, analyzing diagnostic data, reviewing medical documentation, and never ending patient messages.
So many NPs are staying late at the office or bringing their charts home, just trying to catch up! This creates a work-life imbalance and can lead to burnout.
2.Lack of education about charting.
There is a lack of education and understanding about charting in our NP training (even though it is such an important part of our work!).
Coming out of NP school, I had to educate myself about what actually needs to go into a chart note, how to choose the correct E & M code, and how to protect myself legally.
I now share my knowledge and tips through The Nurse Practitioner Charting School– the one stop for all documentation resources created specifically for nurse practitioners!
How to Chart as a New Grad NP will teach you the Top 5 Charting Tips to help new grad NPs go from overwhelmed to charting confidently!
– The basic parts of a chart note
– Tips for obtaining/documenting the history of present illness
– How to manage your time and create problem focused notes
– Gain the knowledge and confidence to improve your charting
– And so much more!
What’s included in the course?
This instant access, online course offers video training teaching you about how (and what) to chart as a nurse practitioner.
How to Chart as a NP
Learn the differences between RN vs. NP charting. Also learn the basic parts of a SOAP chart note.
Learn how to utilize pertinent positives and negatives to obtain/document the history of present illness and formulate your differential diagnosis.
Time Saving Tips
Learn how to create problem focused chart notes that are straight to the point (saving you so much time and energy)!
Also learn how to utilize smart/dot phrases and templates to save time charting!
Plus more charting tips!
How to Chart as a New Grad NP
Overcome the overwhelm and learn how to chart as a new grad nurse practitioner!
Did I mention it’s risk-free?
The How to Chart as a New Grad NP Guarantee
I offer a 100% money back guarantee. If you’re not satisfied within 7 days of purchasing the program, I will give you your money back– hassle free! I believe in the value of this program and the information is something I have used personally. I strive to help overwhelmed new grad NP learn how to document in the real world! But I also know it may not be right for you! Be sure to reach out if you have any questions or concerns. Email email@example.com if you are not satisfied with the program and a refund will be granted!
Frequently Asked Questions
This course is for new grad nurse practitioner or students who want to learn how (and what) to chart in the real world. This course covers the basics of documentation for any specialty of NP!
I realize what worked for me and other nurse practitioners I have worked with may not work for you! Please see The How to Chart as a New Grad NP Guarantee listed above.
To be honest, you can’t afford not to learn from this course!
Charting is such an important part of working as a nurse practitioner and is something all NPs (and students) should learn how to do correctly!