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How to Become a Military Nurse

Part One What is a Military Nurse? Military nurses share many similarities to civilian nursing, in which the common goal is to treat patients and promote their well-being. However, military …

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How to Become a Research Nurse

Research Nurses, also referred to as Clinical Nurse Researchers or Nurse Researchers, develop and implement studies to investigate and provide information on new medications, vaccinations, and medical procedures. They assist …

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How to Become a Critical Care Nurse

Critical care nurses work with patients who are facing life-threatening or potentially life-threatening issues. These vulnerable patients are generally found in hospital intensive care units and step-down units, trauma units …

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How to Become a Charge Nurse

If you’re considering becoming a charge nurse, your interest in nursing extends beyond patient care — you also want to be a leader within your field. Charge nurses oversee specific …

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Clinical Nurse Instructor Career Guide

Part One What is a Clinical Nurse Instructor? Clinical nurse instructors, otherwise known as adjunct faculty in academia, are Registered Nurses that teach the clinical component of a didactic course. …

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What is Nursing Informatics?

Part One What is Nursing Informatics? Informatics nurses are registered nurses (RNs) who work at the intersection of technology and nursing. Nursing informatics is a specialty of nursing that combines …

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How to Become a Forensic Nurse

Do you love crime dramas? Would you like to be part of an investigative team that helps victims get justice? For nurses with an interest in criminal justice and caring …