Career Advice for Nurses

Ethan Conrad Presents: What Are The Best States To Live In If You’re A Nurse?

Ethan Conrad Presents: What Are The Best States To Live In If You’re A Nurse?

Ethan Conrad Tells Us Which States are Up and Coming. The nursing industry is expected to grow faster than most other occupations over the next decade, thanks in part to an aging population and the Affordable Care Act. We spoke […]

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Confessions from hospital HR (here’s why we didn’t hire you)

What really happened when YOU went in and gave what you felt was a great interview? HR insiders confess about what works—and doesn’t work—in the hiring process.

Effectively Helping Patients With Vertigo: Things To Know

As a nurse, it’s not always easy to help patients alleviate their symptoms that come along with vertigo. Each patient is unique, which means that each symptom also presents itself in unique ways and severities. With so many variables, it […]

4 Social Tools that are Changing the Game in Healthcare

4 Social Tools that are Changing the Game in Healthcare

It’s 2018, and there’s no shortage of tech products to help better our day to day lives. From scheduling apps, reminders and lifestyle based solutions. But what about those making a difference in healthcare? Software that is helping bridge the […]

Martin Chitwood: Your Legal Obligation to Report Abuse

Martin Chitwood: Your Legal Obligation to Report Abuse

Martin Chitwood: As nurses, our job is to nurture and heal our patients anyway we can. As medical professionals, and caregivers for our patients, abuse is something that’s hard to imagine. If you are treating a patient who shows signs […]

How to Survive Working a Double Shift

How to Survive Working a Double Shift

We all love the extra cash, but are doing doubles causing you to burn out big time? Get our tips.

4 Easy Travel Nursing Tips That Any Nurse Can Use

4 Easy Travel Nursing Tips That Any Nurse Can Use

Stay Healthy & Safe on the Go with These Travel Tips Working as a nurse can be draining, so if you’re also traveling for work, you need to take some extra precautions to make sure that you don’t wear yourself […]

Student Nurses Guide

Student Nurses Guide

So, you’re considering becoming a nurse – or you’ve already decided – and now you’re panicking because it sounds hard. Well, good. That means you care. You’re right, it is hard work – but shouldn’t it be? You’re training and […]

6 Steps for NCLEX Success

6 Steps for NCLEX Success

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, […]

Keeping Up With Claudia Martinez

Keeping Up With Claudia Martinez

Earlier this week I had the privilege of sitting down with Claudia Martinez, a 27-year-old Pre Med Student at McGovern Medical School in Houston, Texas. You might have heard about Claudia or seen her in a Facebook viral video recently. […]

Is Nursing Unhealthy?

Is Nursing Unhealthy?

Does our nursing culture promote healthy living? Or does some of our on-the-job culture create an environment that sets us up for unhealthy habits? Most nurses are on their feet working 8-12 hour shifts, often missing meal breaks and even […]

Top 10 Places For A Nurse To Live [2018 Edition]

Top 10 Places For A Nurse To Live [2018 Edition]

Nurses’ salaries vary greatly depending on where they live in the United States due to several factors, including the cost of living. After finishing medical school, a major decision for a nurse to make is whether to relocate. A nurse […]

Why Healthcare Providers Need Disability Insurance For Doctors & Nurses

Why Healthcare Providers Need Disability Insurance For Doctors & Nurses

Protect Your Ability to Earn a Living with Disability Insurance As a nurse or a doctor, saving lives takes a significant toll on your body, including standing or walking for hours at a time and constant stress with little sleep […]

Getting Out Of Nursing: Exploring Alternative Job Opportunities

Getting Out Of Nursing: Exploring Alternative Job Opportunities

There was a time where, statistically, a person would change jobs 11 to 12 times before the age of 50. The numbers today have declined, as researchers expect an individual to change his or her job roughly four times before […]