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Nurse.org Staff By: Nurse.org Staff
Guide

The Ultimate Guide to Nursing Resumes in 2022

Reviewed and updated by Amanda Guarniere, MSN, NP-C With the growing competition for the best nursing jobs, a vague, uninspiring nursing resume just won't cut it. The opportunities are vast, …

Chaunie Brusie By: Chaunie Brusie
Stories

10 Easy Ways To Relieve Ear Pain From Face Masks

From pigtails to paperclips, here’s how nurses are managing ear breakdown from masks. As healthcare workers across the country are dealing with the frightening reality of caring for patients with …

Kathleen Gaines By: Kathleen Gaines
Industry

How to Work in the US as a Foreign-Educated Nurse

While there is a well-known shortage of registered nurses and healthcare professionals, current U.S. immigration laws can make it difficult for foreign nurses in the US to obtain jobs. It …

Danielle LeVeck By: Danielle LeVeck
Stories

What Is a DNP and Is It Worth It?

What is a DNP? The Doctor of Nursing Practice degree, or DNP, is a terminal degree in nursing because there is no higher level of education available for practice-based training …

Nurse.org Staff By: Nurse.org Staff
Education

Top 10 Best Nursing Schools in Massachusetts

To become a registered nurse (RN), students need to be eligible for, take, and pass the NCLEX-RN. However, many nursing employers are beginning to prefer candidates that have a bachelor …

Angelina Walker By: Angelina Walker
Education

Top 10 Best Nursing Schools in Texas

To become a nurse in Texas, the best course of action is to earn a nursing degree from a local school. Earning a degree from an accredited Texas school will …

Terri Heimann Oppenheimer By: Terri Heimann Oppenheimer
Guide

4 Steps to Becoming a Labor and Delivery Nurse

Labor and delivery (L&D) nurses are unique among the different types of nurses because they have a very specific job: to help deliver healthy babies and get moms through the …