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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.

9 Rewarding Nursing Jobs Beyond Floor Nurse

on Wednesday, 14 February 2018. Posted in Healthcare Insights, Nursing

9 Rewarding Nursing Jobs Beyond Floor Nurse

You love your job. You love your co-workers. You love your patients (except that one who always rings the call button right after you leave…). But sometimes you wonder what else is out there. Good news! You have options. We’ve compiled a list of nursing jobs that go beyond floor nurse. Before you rush in, make sure you meet the education requirements. Many of these jobs require a bachelor’s of nursing. So, if you only have your associate degree or nurse diploma you may want to think about an RN to BSN program. (If you need to work while you’re in school, an online program is a great option.)

Top 10 Podcasts That’ll Make RN to BSN Online Students Smarter

on Tuesday, 06 February 2018. Posted in Healthcare Insights, Nursing

Top 10 Podcasts That’ll Make RN to BSN Online Students Smarter

In the last ten years podcasts have blown up. That’s great news for nursing students. Podcasts make it easier to stay on top of trends, get free advice, and learn new techniques that can advance your career. The portability of podcasts makes them the perfect way to punch up your commute, wind down at home at the end of the day, or even listen and learn while you grocery shop or work out. So if you’re an online RN to BSN program student looking to double down on your education or a working professional looking for a simple way to get ahead, here are 10 podcasts that—once you subscribe—will surely make you smarter.

BSN Students: Nurse Manager FAQ

on Tuesday, 30 January 2018. Posted in Nursing

BSN Students: 6 GIFs That Answer Your Questions About Nurse Manager Jobs

So you’re exploring your career options. You’ve watched your own nurse manager in action and thought, “I can do that.” You know to get started you’ll need to go back to school. Maybe you’ve even started looking at BSN online programs. But you have questions. What’s a typical day like? What kind of skills do I need? How much will my raise be? Lucky for you, we’re here with some answers.

What

on Thursday, 25 January 2018. Posted in Healthcare Insights, Nursing

What "BSN in 10" Means for RN to BSN Program Students

Did you hear? New York passed a law recently that will require nurses to earn their bachelor’s of nursing (BSN) within 10 years of getting their nursing license. The law is known as “BSN in 10,” and it’s important news for anyone thinking about starting an RN to BSN online program.

What to Know About Being a Travel Nurse and How to Become One

on Tuesday, 16 January 2018. Posted in Nursing

What to Know About Being a Travel Nurse and How to Become One

Adventure. Great pay and benefits. New experiences. Opportunity for professional growth. If these sound like part of your dream career, becoming a travel nurse might be for you. Travel nurses work in different places for a set amount of time. The variety of work can give these nurses opportunities to learn new skills and experience specialties faster than nurses who stay in one place. If you’re feeling stuck in your nurse career or simply thinking about the next step to take, here’s what to know about being a travel nurse and how to become one.

Nurse Manager Resume Cover Letter Tips

on Thursday, 11 January 2018. Posted in Nursing

Nurse Career Resource: Tips for Writing an Amazing Cover Letter and Resume for a Nurse Manager Role

You’ve been working hard in your career. You’ve looked for ways to take on new responsibilities. Maybe you’ve even enrolled in an RN-BSN program. Now you’re ready to go after that promotion as a nurse manager. If it’s been awhile since you last applied for a job, your first step should be dusting off your cover letter and resume.

Easy RN to BSN Online Study Tips That Will Give You NCLEX Déjà Vu

on Wednesday, 03 January 2018. Posted in Academic Advice, Nursing

Easy RN to BSN Online Study Tips That Will Give You NCLEX Déjà Vu

Remember the NCLEX? That beast of an exam you took right after your nursing program? I remember taking mine, though that was more years ago than I care to admit. I studied and studied and studied for that test because I knew it was so important.

Career Resource: RN vs Nurse Leader vs Nurse Manager

on Friday, 29 December 2017. Posted in Healthcare Insights, Nursing

Career Resource: RN vs Nurse Leader vs Nurse Manager

When it comes to variety, nursing has it covered. Career opportunities are broad and expansive. According to some reports, there are over 100 nurse specialties! Understanding a few of the basic differences between key nurse positions can help you plan your career. To make it easier, we've broken down the differences between being a registered nurse (RN), nurse leader, and nurse manager below. We hope it's a helpful career resource for nurses like you!

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