We’ve put together this resource to help nursing & allied health students looking to use Notion to organize their note taking, studying, calendar, and more.
The ChartFlow Team uses Notion for nearly every internal project. Gone are the days of making a new doc or spreadsheet for each task—Notion allows us to stay organized & efficient by reducing time that’s wasted switching between apps.
If you’re already familiar with Notion, skip down below for the templates. If not, here’s a quick overview.
Notion is an all-in-one workspace for organizing your projects, documents, and tasks. It’s great for teams and individual user. It offers a variety of features, including the ability to easily take notes, manage tasks, track projects, create & share documents, create databases, manage calendars, and more.
The great thing is, Notion is free for individual users. Unless you’re using with a large team, the free version should be more than powerful for nursing, allied health, and other healthcare students.
Free Notion Templates for Nursing Students
Over the past few weeks, we’ve come across a few different templates created by nursing students. We’ve compiled the list below—let us know if you find any other templates or if you’ve created your own that you’d like to share with our community. We’ll be happy to include them in this post!
This template was actually the original inspiration for this blog post when we stumbled across it on a Reddit thread.
What we love about this resource is that’s it more of a content library; a series of high-quality, evidence based notes, templates, and other resources. The notes are presented in a question / answer format, allowing you to quiz yourself before revealing the answer.
Created by Mike, a Nurse from the UK. If you love Mike’s work, feel free to show your support by buying him a coffee.
Looking to use Notion to enter your own notes? This is the best template we’ve found to help get you started quickly.
Created by Ferlyn at Matchanurse, you can easily create a duplicate and incorporate this template into your own Notion account. After that, feel free to edit anyway you prefer!
Matchanurse also has numerous other templates, you can check out the full list here.
Created by Will Ma at careerbyte, Campus Life Organizer allows you to use Notion beyond simply studying. Here’s how Will describes the template:
- Planner: For organizing events like "When are classes going to start?".
- Weekly Time Blocking: Planning out every moment of your day in advance and dedicating specific time “blocks” for certain tasks and responsibilities.
- Networking - CRM: Keep track of the contacts you meet in school.
- Goals: Make goals for the year and track them.
- Job Applications: Keep track of the internships and full-time jobs you apply to.
- Habit Tracker: Keep yourself accountable! Make sure you get that sleep.
- What To Bring to Campus? - A list you can use every year for moving-in.
- Budget Tracker: Keep track of your expenses and making sure you don't drain your bank account.
The Notion Team has a number of templates available. We’ve linked to their dedicated page for Students & Educators above.
Of course, you can always edit these templates or create your own.
The templates we listed above were created by other users. It’s possible as this post ages, that some of these links are taken off, removed, or made irrelevant.
If you notice any mistakes, please let us know so we can update this post for future students!