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Nurse CE and CEU : Continuing Education for RNs

Becoming a nursing professional (whether it’s an RN or an advanced nurse practitioner) requires a strong educational foundation. Nurses earn a bachelor’s or advanced degree and pass the required certification …

Pediatric Nurse Salary and Career Opportunities

Salary Overview Pediatric nursing is like most nursing specialties in that demand is high and expected to grow. Nurses skilled in this specialty will be needed even more in the …

Telemetry Nurse Salary and Career Opportunities

Salary Overview Telemetry nursing is a specialization within nursing. These nurses use high-tech equipment to measure life signs, dispense medication, and communicate with patients. Most work in hospitals or similar …

Labor and Delivery Nurse Salary and Career Opportunities

Written By: Vonda J. Sines Salary Overview Labor and delivery (L&D) nurses work in a specialty that’s unusual because it involves care to women and infants during four stages: pregnancy, …

Rehabilitation Nurse Salary and Career Opportunities

Salary Overview Many people believe that rehabilitation nurses work only in rehabilitation hospitals or in rehabilitation departments of a general hospital. They also work at long-term care facilities, physicians’ offices, …

How to Become a Public Health Nurse

Amidst an ongoing pandemic, COVID-19, public health nursing is one of the hottest rising fields in healthcare. Public health nurses have the opportunity to make a global impact by responding …

FNP - Family Nurse Practitioner Jobs

What Does A Family Nurse Practitioner Do? The family nurse practitioner (FNP) is among the four designations of advanced practices nurses. These registered nurses (RNs) have a graduate education in …

6 Reasons Introverts Make Great Nurses

It would be logical to think that extroverts would be the ones to excel in the world of nursing because the profession is all about relationships and communication with patients, …

5 Reasons Working Night Shift Is Totally Worth It

by Rachel Johnston, Seattle area RN It’s 3 AM, and you’re at work. You’re exhausted. One of your patients won’t stop screaming, and another has just pressed the call light …

7 Important Elements of an Inspiring Nursing Career

The Nursing Struggle is Real Whether you're newly graduated, passed the NLCEX, and you're ready for your first few shifts, or you've already put in many years on the floor, …

7 Perfect Gift Ideas For National Nurses Week

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8 Things To Say To A Nurse If You Want To Get Slapped

By Nurse.org Staff Writer Nurses may be seen as saints, but they can still get pushed over the edge when one too many ridiculous statements come their way. Here are …

Dealing With Work Stress? Pet A Pooch

We all need to unwind at some point. Work can be demanding, and stress can affect our health (aka the dreaded nurse burnout ). Typically, we try and work out …

Pros & Cons of Getting a Master's Degree in Nursing (MSN)

Medically reviewed by Chaunie Brusie, BSN, RN on September 15, 2021 Whether you're a nursing professional, a Registered Nurse, or a nursing student you might be looking to taking your …

Serious Health Concerns For 2016 Olympics. How Visitors Can Stay Safe In Rio

Written By: Marissa Mararac The 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil is just days away. People from all around the world are anticipating the opening ceremonies on August …

New York's 'BSN in 10' Law And The Push For 80% Of Nurses To Hold BSN By 2020

Update: 12/30/2017 at 9:12pm PST After nearly 14 years of lobbying, New York State finally passed their "BSN in 10" law. The state now requires all nurses to obtain a …

Nightingale Express: RN Launches Custom Gift Box Service For Nurses

As a travel nurse with over four years of experience in a pediatric cardiac critical care unit, Aishleen O’Brien, had frequently been asked: “what’s the best way to thank a …

A Medical Improv Activity: Breaking Tension & Improving Communication

By Beth Boynton, RN, MS Happy New Year! 2017 is ringing in with all sorts of possible changes in healthcare and nursing. Whether you are excited or worried or both, …

This One Resume Tip Could Get You The Job You Want

By Keith Carlson, BSN, RN, NC-BC Nursing resumes haven’t changed that much over the last few decades, but there is one major flaw that many nurses overlook in their resumes. …

Q&A With Nurse B: How Do I Articulate My Value?

Beth Boynton, RN, MS specializes in communication, collaboration, and workplace culture. She offers advice on how to navigate common conflicts in nursing and healthcare with an eye towards shared accountability …

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