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Secrets From The World's Most Productive Nurse Practitioner

Secrets From The World's Most Productive Nurse Practitioner

Get ready to leave the clinic at 5PM...with all of your charts closed!


A track record of closing visits the same day (lowest quarter: 97%), rarely running late, and leaving on time every day earned me the nickname of The World’s Most Productive* Nurse Practitioner. Learn my secrets for staying on track at work, maintaining YOUR ideal work-life harmony, the questions to ask BEFORE you accept an offer that will let you know whether your potential new workplace views (and values) time the same way you do, and so much more.


All the things that you DON’T learn in school are waiting for you in this book. Buy it for yourself if you are about to graduate; give it as a gift for a new NP; pick it up and read it before you accept another job offer that could leave you burnt out and questioning whether leaving the floor as an RN was really the right choice (it was!).


Cheaper than board reviews, and healthier than a cup of coffee or a bottle of wine, this is pretty much the BEST $13.95* you could spend to prepare yourself for practice in all the ways that school didn’t. And it’s an easy read, with a sense of humor – what’s the last book you read that you could say that about? I’ll wait…


  • Get the questions to ask in the interview, BEFORE you accept the offer, so you choose the right workplace for you
  • Learn how to manage your time in a way that works for YOU
  • Get cheat sheets to cut your charting time waaay back
  • Learn why having a reflective practice is so important - and how to craft one
  • Scripts to speed up your charting
  • All the stuff they didn't teach you in school!

P.S. Want it signed? Just let me know!

*full price includes shipping

About The Author
Jessica Reeves, MSN, MPH, APRN, FNP-C is a board-certified Nurse Practitioner living, working, and writing in New Hampshire. She earned her Master of Science in Nursing at Simmons College, and her Master of Public Health at Dartmouth College. She started wearing a watch when she was 8 years old, and believes if you are not at least five minutes early, you are late.

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