Madison School of Healthcare Blog

Each blog, written by our subject matter experts, will explore topics ranging from healthcare news, academics, student life, nursing, career skills and much more.

Scholarship Helps Madison Student Continue a Lifetime of Care

on Tuesday, 01 August 2017. Posted in Nursing, Stories

Scholarship Helps Madison Student Continue a Lifetime of Care

Towards the end of a recent shift, Elizabeth Corley received the kind of news nurses don’t usually expect to hear on the job.

You Earned your Associate Degree in Nursing, Now What?

on Thursday, 27 July 2017. Posted in Healthcare Insights, Nursing

You Earned your Associate Degree in Nursing, Now What?

So, you’ve just finished your associate degree in nursing (ADN). Congratulations! Completing a degree in nursing is no small feat. But what comes next? Having an ADN will allow you to start a career in nursing, but there are opportunities to continue your education and grow your career as well. Here’s what you can expect, from getting your RN license, to starting your first job, to earning additional degrees, as you take the next step in as a professional nurse.

Ashworth College Introduces Madison School of Healthcare

on Wednesday, 26 July 2017. Posted in News

Madison School of Healthcare at Ashworth College Welcomes Three Healthcare Partnership Specialists

The Madison School of Healthcare at Ashworth College – a leading online college based in Norcross, Gerogia is proud to announce the appointments of Charlie Moton, Jocelyn Stephens and Leosha Wright as healthcare partnership specialists, bringing a combined three decades of business development experience. Madison School of Healthcare is committed to expanding workforce development partnerships with magnet hospitals and other healthcare organizations in a maximized effort to prepare students for new and exciting career opportunities in the healthcare field, as well as meeting the needs of employers seeking highly-trained medical professionals.

Bernard Royal

on Tuesday, 18 July 2017. Posted in Nursing, Stories

How One RN to BSN Student is Boosting His Career, Step by Step

Bernard Royal has always taken his education step by step. After moving from Savannah, Georgia to Brooklyn, New York, he still needed to finish his high school diploma. Switching school systems meant that he’d have to retake several courses. Instead, he opted to enroll in James Madison High School’s online program.

Re-centering Your Practice Around Being Present

on Wednesday, 12 July 2017. Posted in Healthcare Insights, Nursing

Re-centering Your Practice Around Being Present

As the healthcare professionals who spend the most time at the bedside with patients, nurses must be present and engaged to be successful caregivers. The best nurses are engaged during their conversations, act with genuine care and concern, and make each patient experience feel personal. But it is not easy to be present every minute of the day, with every patient, all the time. Use the following four tips to help re-center your interactions to be present with your patients.

What Healthcare Degree Should I Get?

on Wednesday, 05 July 2017. Posted in Academic Advice, Healthcare Insights

Healthcare Career Guidance: What Healthcare Degree Should I Get?

Whether you're looking to start a career in healthcare or returning to school to advance your existing career, there are a variety of paths you can take to reach your goals. Madison School of Healthcare offers flexible and affordable programs that meet you where you are and help accelerate your journey so you can reach your career goals faster on your own terms.

10 Historical Medical Practices You Won't Believe Existed

on Tuesday, 27 June 2017. Posted in Healthcare Insights, Nursing

10 Historical Medical Practices You Won't Believe Existed

Modern medicine and medical practices have come a long way since the earliest days of treatments and patient care. Many remedies thought to solve health concerns were harmful and often deadly. Fortunately, medicine has evolved into a practice largely based on science and safety. Here are 10 medical practices any healthcare professional will find hard to believe existed.

What Healthcare Career is Right for You?

on Thursday, 22 June 2017. Posted in Healthcare Insights

What Healthcare Career is Right for You? Answers for the "People Person."

You're motivated to help others. Your top strengths include great communication skills, a positive attitude and strong attention to detail. In short, you're a "people person". If all of that is true for you, using your interpersonal talents in a healthcare career could be a great fit. But, what healthcare career is best for you? Finding out takes knowing your options – lucky for you there are many to consider!

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