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

RN-BSN Online Graduate Not “Shy” About Success

on Tuesday, 19 February 2019. Posted in Nursing, Stories

RN-BSN Online Graduate Not “Shy” About Success

When we spoke to Shy Smoot about her recent graduation from the Madison School of Healthcare at Ashworth College online RN-BSN program, it just happened to be on her birthday. Shy had completed her studies a mere two weeks earlier and was eagerly awaiting the arrival of her diploma.

RN to BSN online program helped Amorita Ghraib overcome struggles to realize her dream

on Wednesday, 16 January 2019. Posted in Nursing, Stories

RN to BSN online program helped Amorita Ghraib overcome struggles to realize her dream

Amorita Ghraib, RN, has a plan. But roadmaps don’t reveal the closed highways and detours that sometimes can accompany a long journey. So Amorita got creative to chart her own course while navigating some real challenges along the way.

Madison School of Healthcare at Ashworth College news hero

on Monday, 01 October 2018. Posted in News, Nursing

Online RN to BSN Program Welcomes New Nursing Advisors

NORCROSS, GA. - Madison School of Healthcare at Ashworth College recently added two new Nursing Advisors in support of its growing RN to BSN online program.

Madison School of Healthcare at Ashworth College News Hero

on Friday, 28 September 2018. Posted in News, Nursing

Madison School of Healthcare 2018 Commencement Sets Attendance Record

NORCROSS, GA. - After all the tassels had been turned, hashtags shared, and ticket stubs tallied, the 2018 Madison School of Healthcare and Ashworth College Commencement Ceremony was the school’s largest graduation event ever.

Which Degree is Right for You: BSN or Bachelor of Healthcare Management?

on Tuesday, 18 September 2018. Posted in Nursing

Which Degree is Right for You: BSN or Bachelor of Healthcare Management?

If clinical nursing has lost its luster, you may find it hard to get enthused about going back to college to earn your BSN – but what other choice do you have, right? It’s true a BSN opens the door to advanced practice, but spending the time and money on another nursing degree can feel like a waste of effort if you find the idea of a desk job more appealing at this stage of your career. Do you really need to get a BSN in order to advance up the administrative ladder?

How to Make Your Online RN-BSN Program the Best It Can Be

on Wednesday, 05 September 2018. Posted in Academic Advice, Nursing

How to Make Your Online RN-BSN Program the Best It Can Be

You might already be convinced the time is right to pursue your BSN. You’re probably aware of the push for “BSN in 10,” and maybe you’ve already read about three reasons to get your BSN today (and three more reasons to do it!). But making the decision to advance your education is only one part of the equation. You also want to wring every ounce of enjoyment out of the experience. To make the most of your educational pursuits, you should adopt these four strategies.

A Mother-Daughter Success Story

on Tuesday, 21 August 2018. Posted in Nursing, Stories

A Mother-Daughter Success Story

After May Macdowall experienced the quality and flexiblity of the Madison School of Healthcare online BSN completion program, she sang its praises to anyone who would listen. And one of those who heard her the loudest was her daughter, Maeghan. At 19, Maeghan was determined to attend college but wasn’t having a lot of success with the local institution. So she joined her mother at Ashworth College, and now the duo attend classes together – yet separately – in different online programs.

Q&A with Lora Epperly: Why CCR Partnered with Madison School of Healthcare

on Wednesday, 15 August 2018. Posted in Nursing

Q&A with Lora Epperly: Why CCR Partnered with Madison School of Healthcare

When Commonwealth Care of Roanoke (CCR) began to see patient acuity levels rising in its post-acute and skilled nursing centers, the company knew it needed more baccalaureate-prepared nurses to meet the challenge. The nursing shortage made it difficult to recruit these professionals, however, especially in some of the rural areas CCR serves.

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