Nursing is a growing field, especially in the US. As baby boomers age and the population continues to grow older, the job outlook for nurses is bright – with a 16% increase in nurses predicted by 2024. Because of this, […]
First of all, congratulations. You did it! You made it through the rigors of grad school, and now, you’re ready to go into practice as a nurse. That’s a huge achievement, and you should be incredibly proud of that. Transitioning […]
Between rising educational costs and high costs of living, it’s almost impossible to go to school without working at the same time. Whether you’re working as an RN while you get your Master’s degree, or you’re an undergrad student […]
The peak of all that hard work applied during nursing school is the NCLEX – National Council Licensure Examination. Provided by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, NCLEX is a way of measuring your knowledge, abilities, and skills, […]
This week, from September 11 to September 17, we’re celebrating Healthcare Environmental Services Week. During this week, the nation recognizes the workers who ensure the patient-care environment remains as clean and comfortable as possible for both patients and members of […]
As a registered nurse, you probably went through at least two years of school, though many RNs opt for the four-year route to secure their bachelor’s degree. During this time, you gained invaluable knowledge about the skills required of successful […]
The use of evidence-based practice (EBP) and national guidelines improves the quality of patient care and closes the gap between research outcomes and practice. Are you familiar with these 6 steps?