Here you will find nursing articles and blogs from School of Nursing thought leaders from Rasmussen College.
We talked to RNs who have worked outside of the hospital walls to bring you the inside scoop on six alternative nursing careers. One of them could be your gateway to a fulfilling career in healthcare!
Nursing school is notorious for being demanding, but there are many who have forged the path before you and came out in one piece. But don’t take our word for it—hear from a nurse and a nursing student who can tell you what to expect on your first day of nursing school.
It’s helpful to have a good understanding of the types of nurses out there before taking the next step on your career path. We identified 20 types of nurses you could become, and that's only a portion of your options. Get a sneak peek at these in-demand opportunities.
You need to know how to become a registered nurse (RN) so you can decide which path would work best for you. This guide will help you figure out each step along the way so you can earn your degree and get that RN career you’re seeking.
Why choose nursing? We enlisted five experts in the field to reveal the reasons they picked this profession and reminisce on the moment they knew it was their calling. Get a taste of the unique journeys that led these nurses to the career they love.
There are many obvious traits that people expect a nurse to have, such as compassion for others, a caring and nurturing personality, and the sincere desire to help others along with the unique ability to deal with all those things that others might find, well, stomach turning.
Jobs for licensed practical nurses (LPNs) are expected to increase by 25 percent through 2022. But how do you become an LPN and how long will it take? This 5-step guide will help you make a plan!
You’ve always thought about becoming a nurse, but do you really have what it takes? Nursing pros share seven signs that you’re ready to launch the career you’ve always wanted!
Where do registered nurses (RNs) work? The obvious answer is a clinic or a hospital. But the reality is that RNs work in a variety of different settings, specialties and environments—some of which may really surprise and intrigue you!
We are wrapping up a great year of articles full of student-focused information and nursing career education. Find out the most popular nursing articles from 2014.
If you think your queasy stomach makes you a poor candidate for a career in this field, think again! You don't have to be drawing blood and cleaning out a drain tube to get in on this rewarding opportunity. There are tons of other non-clinical nursing jobs to meet your needs if you don't think you fit the bill for a traditional nursing career. Learn about five non-clinical nursing jobs.
Work-from-home nursing jobs do exist. We got some nursing experts to tell you about the details of their work-from-home job so maybe it can turn into your work-from-home job in the future.
Advancing your registered nursing career with a bachelor's degree opens a lot of doors. And knowing the next most sought after opportunities out there can help you plan in advance your specialization.
You're finally ready for a career change so it's time to truly decide if the nursing field is right for you. Rest assured because we're here to help you confront your concerns. We enlisted nursing pros to help you determine if your "buts" are really the roadblocks you think they are.
There aren't many career that offer both spontaneity and security. Traveling nurses enjoy the best of both worlds. Check out the top 10 benefits of becoming a travel nurse.
Becoming an LPN is a great stepping stone for anyone contemplating a career in healthcare. But are LPNs still in demand? Here 6 reasons we say yes!
A nurse in scrubs is pretty easy to recognize in any situation. But what does a registered nurse do? More than the stereotypes give them credit for!
Just hearing the word "interview" might be enough to make your stomach queasy. But the best way to be confident is to be prepared. We enlisted several nursing pros to share their tips on how to ace your nursing school interview.
Nurses are caretakers, good listeners and crafty problem solvers. Find out fifteen more reasons that make them great life partners too.
The struggle to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in Western Africa has been the source of a lot of foreboding-and some would say alarmist-stories about the spread of the disease. As medical professionals, nurses need to be prepared for how to ensure the safety of their patients while also addressing their concerns about this deadly disease. To help we've compiled this list of six Ebola virus facts to help nurses understand the disease and address the concerns of their patients.
What happens when the nation's largest job category runs out of people to fill the demand? Hopefully we'll never find out.
We all think we know what an RN does based on TV shows or our own experiences at hospitals. But what goes on behind the scenes? We enlisted some experts to tell you what they wish someone told them BEFORE they entered the field.
Nurses will be the first to tell you, there are a lot of things you learn in nursing school that will probably shock you right out of your seat.
If you're looking to become a licensed practical nurse (LPN) in the next decade, the numbers are golden and your future looks bright! Here's the skinny on the LPN career outlook and what it means for you.
LPN jobs are expected to grow at 25 percent through 2022, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That's even more than the 19 percent expected for RNs and well over the national average of 11 percent. But what do LPNs actually do?
It's easy to keep up on trends in nursing once you have the right tools and know where to look.
The dedication of nurses to the wellbeing of their patients makes it even more shocking to hear that 65 percent of nurses surveyed by American Nurse Today have witnessed some form of nursing incivility.
Tampa LPN graduate Aneta Bigos, like most of her college classmates, decided to attend college in pursuit of a better life. What sets her apart from many others though are the literal and figurative lengths to which she has gone to reach her goals.
If you're looking for some encouragement to take the next step and some assurance that the time and hard work invested will be worth it, take a look at the success stories of four women who got a late start to nursing but are now flourishing in their fulfilling careers.
A quick and easy breakdown of the 6 things you need to do to get into nursing school.
We spoke to Rasmussen College nursing faculty who gave us seven specific ways being a student sets you up for success as a night shift nurse.
As our population ages, there is a continuous need for nurses. "From 2010-2020, available RN positions will increase by 26 percent," according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). To learn more about why there is an extreme demand for nurses in our country, check out the below infographic.
How hard is nursing school? To answer this we've asked several nursing students and graduates to tell us what they thought was the hardest part of nursing school, and what they did to overcome these challenges. Here's what they said:
How do you make the decision to give up personal care moments for a leadership position? When will you know if you can be successful or if it's right for you? Your questions are answered by experts right here.
There are plenty of perks to being a nurse that go beyond the feel-good moments from helping a patient. We talked to nurses in the field to find out some of the other great benefits of being a nurse.
We surveyed the market and pulled together a list of 25 excellent nursing apps to cover all of your patient care needs.
We all need some inspiration to make that final push, so take a look at some motivating insight from four men who hold various nursing credentials and have braved the female-dominated industry, effectively dissolving the harrowing male nurse stereotype.
The television series follows a group of nine young travel nurses as they tackle a temporary assignment in California.
So you know that you want to help people. Maybe you want to give back to the generations of people that helped you as a youngster. If you're trying to decide if working in a nursing home is right for you, here's everything you need to know to get started.
Sometimes a school is worth waiting for. Or at least it was for Rockford, Ill., nursing student Kerstein Bracken. She earned an associate degree in medical assisting from Rasmussen College in 2011 and planned to pursue another associate degree in nursing immediately after graduation. Waiting lists at other schools and the news of the nursing program eventually coming to the Rockford campus, however, made her decide to wait.
For someone who has never been to nursing school, the day-to-day environment can be a complete mystery. Here is a first-hand account.
There is no way to completely eliminate stress from your life-and in some cases it can actually help you. We've collected tips from experts on nursing school stress and compiled them into seven surefire suggestions.
Typically, the results of personality or career aptitude tests should be taken with a grain of salt. But, Rasmussen College graduate Patrick Joyce can look back on the results of an aptitude test he took while attending school to become a police officer as a clear sign of his true calling. According to the test results Joyce's top occupational suggestion was nursing, while police officer was around fifth.
It can sometimes be confusing and time consuming when deciding which college to attend and which program you would like to major in. Rasmussen College understands this, which is why we highlighted 10 interesting facts about Rasmussen College's Nursing program you may not know that will hopefully help in your decision-making process.
This extensive guide will help you identify the best RN mobility program for your needs based off eight important factors.
Green Bay, Wis., professional nursing student Dana Hainer is more than ready to start her nursing career. She enrolled in nursing school years ago but received a last-minute phone call that would dramatically change the course of her life. The adoption agency she'd been working with for months was calling to tell her that her application was approved and that she could adopt her first child. "I chose to pursue the adoption and put my career on hold," Hainer says. "Little did I know it'd be a long stretch before I could get back to it."
Knowing that job opportunities for RNs will continue to grow is essential so you can have confidence in your career choice. But it's always helpful to know the why behind such statistics. So, why is the demand for RNs increasing faster than the demand for other healthcare careers? Here are four reasons.
This guide will help you wade through the sea of acronyms that are available for nursing credentials from the beginning of the career ladder to the end.
When it comes to nursing, there are a ton of great blog options that are filled with all kinds of helpful information. We compiled 24 of our favorite blogs with topics ranging from fun nursing blogs to helpful nursing student blogs to blogs that offer career tips for nurses.
Whether we're ready or not, we should start thinking about gift giving. We have compiled a list of some great gift and stocking stuffer ideas for that nursing student in your family or circle of friends that they are sure to enjoy.
The American Association for Colleges of Nursing (AACN) is requiring 80 percent of nurses employed by a hospital to have a BSN by 2020. We've compiled a list of 7 in-demand BSN jobs that you cannot wait until 2020 to check out.
For most people, a trip to the doctor's office is not the highlight of their week, so a frosty nurse making them feel unwelcome can add to their stress. Fortunately for any of her future patients, Brooklyn Park Practical Nursing graduate Melinda Odegard has been making people feel at ease her whole life.
During her career as a military nurse, Lt. Col. Kathy Spangler has experienced firsthand the stamina it takes to work beyond the battlefield.
For many considering nursing school there is one hurdle standing in the way - the dreaded TEAS test. These tips will give you the confidence to ace the test on your first try.
From Greensboro, N.C. to Las Vegas to Lapeer, Mich., no city is absolutely safe from the immediate problem faced by medical facilities around the U.S. - nursing shortages. As a result, professional nursing agencies are helping medical facilities fill in the gaps with temporary workers.
Pediatric nurses play an integral role in the life their patients who range from infants to teenagers. Find out what makes a great pediatric nurse and how to become one.
The prospect of dealing with blood is enough to deter a lot of people from pursuing a career in the medical field. Rasmussen College student Krystl Taylor is not one of those people. From an early age she was fascinated by medical procedures and the healthcare profession. "As a kid my mom used to watch those real surgery shows on T.V. and I would just stand in the hallway since I wasn't allowed to watch with her," said Taylor. "I've always just loved that stuff." With that early interest in the medical field, it's no surprise Taylor is now well on her way to an associate's degree in nursing.
Now is a better time than ever to pursue a career in nursing. Here is a detailed list with the top 10 reasons why.
With over 78 million baby boomers aging into their 60's and beyond, nurses specialized in geriatric care are rapidly becoming a hot commodity.
As you've likely discovered in your research, a nurse is never just a "nurse" - a nurse can be a licensed practical nurse (LPN), registered nurse (RN), nurse practitioner (NP) or numerous other job titles. We've already covered the LPN versus RN debate, now let's explore RN versus BSN.
There are diploma and associate degree tracks to become a licensed practical nurse. When deciding between the two it's important to consider how you see your education fitting into your lifestyle.
The phenomenon of the nurse-patient relationship and its ability to affect the overall treatment of a patient is a central topic to the study of nursing. The focus is usually on the ability of the nurse to impact the patient, but we often forget how much the patient can impact the nurse.
The Rasmussen College - School of Nursing and the Alumni Association presented a webinar on innovative nursing strategies, applications and healthcare sites.
Going back to school might sound impossible for you. Yes, you're busy. You're working, you have a family and you have other obligations. But if you want to earn a degree, you don't have to go the traditional route. Consider earning your RN to BSN degree online.
The variety of jobs in healthcare may seem like a dream at first - there are so many options for those who take school seriously and want to have a successful, fulfilling career. What if, for example, you know you don't want to be a doctor, but you still want to have hands-on patient care, work closely with doctors and spend your days helping the sick and injured? Numerous job titles fit the bill, but for now, let's just focus on: registered nurse (RN) versus physician assistant (PA).
After you've made the decision to go back to school and become a nurse, there's still another big decision ahead of you, and it comes with a debate: licensed practical nurse (LPN) versus registered nurse (RN). We've already covered the advantages of being an LPN, so we'll lay out the opposing viewpoint here: How you can reap the benefits as an RN.
Rasmussen College hosted a Career Chat on Mar. 10 in honor of National Nurses Week. The Careers in Nursing chat used Google+ Hangouts on Air to connect participants virtually. Three Rasmussen College career experts were joined by Lee Bonds, a nursing recruiter with more than 20 years' experience.
For some of our students, the decision to pursue a career in nursing was easy. Some come from a family of nurses or have wanted to be a nurse since they were a child. For others, it wasn't until a life-changing event encouraged them to look into a career in healthcare. What they all have in common is the dedication, passion and compassion it takes to help others.
Pop quiz: Quickly name four different nursing job titles ... ready ... go! How many did you guess? Chances are you knew licensed practical nurse (LPN) and registered nurse (RN), but unless you're already a nurse those last two may have left you scratching your head.
Nervous, excited, energized - Crystal Walker of Sauk Rapids, Minn. says she's full of emotion as she starts her first quarter at the Rasmussen College St. Cloud campus. The School of Nursing student hadn't stepped inside a college classroom for nearly 20 years. However, after major health complications, Walker has beat the odds and is back working toward one of her next dreams.
Spring is here and if you didn't stick to your New Year resolution to lose weight, your summer wardrobe may be all the motivation you need to get back on track. Check out our new infographic below to learn how to eat right for your blood type.
May 6-12 is National Nurses Week across the United States. Rasmussen College is planning to recognize these important healthcare providers with a Career Chat designed to offer more information about careers in nursing.
The length of a nurse's shift is a hot button topic and one that doesn't appear to have many clear-cut answers. However, 12-hour shifts have been gaining popularity among nurses and hospitals for quite some time now.
Whether you're studying to earn a nursing degree or have been a nurse for years, you probably know a career in nursing offers its share of challenges and rewards. If you need a pick-me-up during the day or a small reminder of why being a nurse is so gratifying, you've come to the right place.
It's never any easy question to ask, but it's one of the many responsibilities a nurse holds when a patient nears the end of his or her life - does the family want to donate their loved one's organs and/or tissues?
Returning to school can be a scary thought, especially when you're a mom. If you're considering earning a degree, why not choose an area in which you already have some skills: caring for others and bandaging skinned knees and scraped elbows. It may not have occurred to you until now, but as a mom you've already mastered some key nursing qualities and skills.
So you've decided to become a nurse. It's a good career choice because nursing is a life-saving profession that boasts steady job growth. The only question left to answer is: LPN or RN?
Do you enjoy being around other people, love teaching patients and staff, and can't imagine yourself as anything other than a nurse? If you answered yes to those questions, you might want to consider becoming a nurse educator.
When someone has the flu, most of us will stay far, far away - and for good reason. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this year we've experienced one of the worst flu seasons in 10 years and sadly, one of the deadliest. As of early February 2013, there have been 127 flu-related deaths in Minnesota alone.
If you're thinking about a career in healthcare, it might be a good time to start considering what it will take to get there. What basic nursing skills and qualifications will you need when you enter the field? How will those qualifications and skills change after 10 years of experience? Of course there are skills and qualifications you'll draw upon throughout your entire career. Some skills you'll learn through coursework and others you'll develop with on-the-job training.
Even with the encouraging job growth expected for registered and practical nurses through 2020, the competition for open jobs in nursing is still quite difficult. To stand out among other job seekers in the nursing field, it is important to brush-up on your cover letter writing skills.
Imagine your nursing journey. Does it start with you as a youngster, bandaging up Barbies and suturing stuffed animals and end with a dream nursing career and live patients? There are, of course, a few things missing from the middle of that scenario - specifically nursing school and passing the NCLEX. While nursing school provides a foundation for becoming a nurse, passing the NCLEX is what actually allows you to practice as an RN or LPN. Preparing to take exams can be stressful, so we've put together some NCLEX tips to help you feel prepared.
Do you use Facebook? Twitter? Other social media platforms? Chances are you do; the average American spends 6.9 hours per month on social media. While some of that time is well-spent, some of it is likely not. If you're not doing it efficiently, 6.9 hours is a lot of time to waste on social media. How could those sites work to make you more, rather than less, efficient? Following every nursing-related account on Twitter is likely impossible, but following the specific ones we list can help your prepare for your nursing career because they'll help you stay up-to-date on the news, and the latest developments and trends within the field.
Are you thinking of going back to school? Maybe you want to take a shot at a second career? If so, you're not alone - many adults are going back to school these days. And many of them are choosing nursing as a second career. Going back to school isn't a decision to be taken lightly. You've probably put a lot of thought into it. But those nagging questions keep coming back - Will school be too hard? Will I fit in? Or maybe even - am I too old?
Have you decided you want to be a nurse, but you don't want to work in a typical hospital or local clinic? There are unique nursing job opportunities available for both practical nurses (LPNs) or professional nurses (RNs), including ones that offer travel or sun, as well as lock-down and plastic surgery patients.
Rasmussen College School of Nursing has developed novel simulation scenarios that offer nursing students the opportunity to develop competence, safe practice and keener critical thinking skills. Nursing simulations are incorporated into the curriculum that replicates patient care experiences that may not be accessible to the nursing students during clinical rotations.
There are two main types of nursing: one where you provide patients and their families with short-term care; the other -where you take care of patients with chronic illnesses or disabilities for an extended period of time. There are many ways to figure out which type of care is best for your career. This article serves to help you discover the path best-suited for you and your career aspirations by outlining the difference between the two paths, as well as what skills and duties each requires.
Becoming a nurse makes you a member of one of the largest workforce populations in the United States. By connecting with associations, you are able to network, make new friendships, as well as take on new leadership roles in the profession.
Nurses need to complete a variety of tasks daily - and the job requires more than just checking vital signs, doling out medicine, and giving kids stickers. As a nurse, you oftentimes need to react quickly. What would you do if one of your patients had a mental health issue? Or what if there was an emergency during a baby delivery procedure - would you be prepared to help?
Imagine going to college and earning your bachelor's degree after high school, only to realize years down the road the path chosen wasn't necessarily where you saw yourself in the future?
Imagine a large room full of hundreds of people with happy tears in their eyes all rooting for someone who spent the last year completely dedicated to earning their nursing degree? These emotional families and friends are at a pinning ceremony where newly-graduated nursing students are presented with a special nursing pin from their college's faculty as they are welcomed into the nursing profession.
When you first start thinking about your future career, you may immediately be inclined to choose one based on pay and a positive job outlook. But what about choosing a profession that also keeps you interested and happy for years to come? Consider your hobbies - what do you like to do for fun? By narrowing down a few of them, it could lead you to a career in nursing.
Many people believe doctors are the driving forces inside a hospital, but often times that's not the case. Nurses are known to be the "eyes and ears of the hospital," and usually experience more patient interaction than doctors who typically have much shorter periods of time with each patient due to their busy schedule.
Think nursing is just for women? Think again. Men have been trying for decades to push their way past the assumptions, prejudices and myths to tap into the female-dominated field. But even with a nursing associate's degree and a long list of qualifications, it's not always easy for a man to be accepted as a nurse - especially when a strong societal belief is that a man belongs in a suit working in a downtown office, or as a firefighter or policeman.
There once was a time when a degree in nursing meant you worked in a doctor's office or hospital and you were probably a female. In 2012, a degree in nursing can lead to a multitude of careers, and it's no longer a female dominated field. The career opportunities are varied and many can involve law enforcement, IT, travel, medical editor writer, pharmaceutical/medical sales and holistic medicine. Below are some examples that highlight alternative careers in nursing.
Pinterest is rapidly becoming a place where nurses are building their community, sharing procedure knowledge and career tips via infographics, as well as clinical advice, nursing humor, and gift ideas. To help you grow and learn, as well as find a sense of inspiration and community, here is a list of six Pinterest boards every nurse should follow.
Ever wonder how to spruce up your nurse's uniform? Even as a nurse, you have the option to transform yourself into a fashionista during your work day. Here are several ideas to bring a splash of personality into your everyday work.
Leave it to Hollywood to provide a distorted image of what a nurse does in school and on a daily basis in their career. Movies and TV shows often portray nurses as not being as challenged as doctors, only working in hospitals or clinics, and sometimes only doing the "grunt work."
Are you interested in a career in nursing? Check out our latest "What Should I Do With My Life" video to learn more about what personality characteristics are needed to become a nurse, and how to break into a career in this field.
You've made it! You have either graduated or are close to graduating with a diploma or an associate's degree in practical or professional nursing. Now that your challenging LPN or RN courses and clinicals are done, you're probably busy preparing for your National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX. It's the test you need to practice as a nurse. Fortunately, your courses most likely prepared you for these exams. At Rasmussen College, the nursing curriculum has NCLEX prep work built right into it to help you succeed while taking your test.
Are you wondering where you could work as a nurse? Check out our latest "What Should I Do With My Life" video to learn more about the future of nursing and its employment options.
The choice to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree can be a rewarding decision. You've already taken many complicated courses to get you to your registered nurse status, assuming you passed the NCLEX-RN (National Council Licensure Examination-Registered Nurse) after graduating with your Professional Nursing Associate's degree. Now, it's time for you to buckle down and put your thinking cap back on because you will soon be back in school.
Are you interested in becoming a nurse? Check out our latest "What Should I Do With My Life" video to learn more about what you should be looking for when choosing a nursing school to enroll at to earn your degree.
Once you've narrowed down the career field you're interested in, it may take time to decide on the exact path that makes the most sense for you. If you've already decided to enter the healthcare field and work as a nurse, the next decision you need to make is whether you want to pursue a degree in practical nursing or professional nursing.
The professional nursing field is the largest of the healthcare industry in the United States, and is projected to continue growing at top speed.
Networking among peers and other industry professionals is an important and necessary step for anyone looking to be successful in their career, and with the help of social media, is much easier to accomplish.
Nurses have played an important role throughout history, and many of made substantial impacts in how healthcare is administered.
If you are a nursing student or considering becoming one, you should know you don't have to become an RN in order to find a job. In fact, some health hiring experts say LPNs are really in-demand.
We recently had the opportunity to interview Laurie Hendrickson, Dean of Nursing at the Rasmussen College - Mankato, MN campus. In this interview, Dean Hendrickson highlights nursing degrees and nursing career information.
Whether you're a veteran nurse or considering a nursing career, join us at our Brooklyn Park campus on May 10, 2012 from 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m., for an Open House that will celebrate current nurses and provide valuable insight for future nurses.
Some called it a case of wanderlust. Others called it a wild foolishness. However, Annie Brown is convinced it was fate that brought her to Haiti. Whatever the reasons, this Rasmussen College instructor has spent the past four years building a grassroots, humanitarian organization in the poorest country of the western world.
We recently had the opportunity to interview Diana Grubman, Dean of Nursing at the Rasmussen College - Wausau, WI campus. In this interview, Dean Grubman highlights nursing degrees and nursing career information.
Check out the nursing degree options at Rasmussen College in this informative infographic:
We recently had the opportunity to interview Dr. Rebecca Rudel, Dean of Nursing at the Moorhead, MN college campus. Dr. Rudel is passionate about delivering quality education to online nursing students, and in this interview she will highlight some relevant wisdom into the nursing degrees and the nursing profession.
Are you thinking about a career as a registered nurse (RN)? This essential information will help you on your path there...
We recently had the opportunity to interview Dr. Diana Kostrzewski, Ph.D., R.N., the Dean of Nursing for the RN to BSN and online nursing degree programs.
Check out a few pictures of the Rasmussen College School of Nursing facilities.
We had the opportunity to interview Nursing Dean Kathy Smith, and in this interview she shared her personal experiences as a nurse, her path to success as a nurse, and her insights for prospective or current nursing students.
The Rasmussen College Alumni Association presents a webinar for School of Nursing graduates, practicing nurses, and other healthcare providers that features tips for patient pain management.
We had the opportunity to interview Mary Kohler, the Rasmussen College - Dean of the School of Nursing at the Tampa/Brandon campus location. Do you have interest in pursuing a nursing degree, or are currently enrolled in a nursing school? If so, read ahead:
We recently sat down with Bill Hartman, the Dean of the School of Nursing at the Green Bay, WI college campus. Bill brings more than 30 years of nursing and clinical care experience, and has some great insight into breaking into the challenging and emotionally rewarding career in nursing.
We recently sat down with Lori Steffen, the Senior Dean of the School of Nursing at the St. Cloud, MN college campus where she shared important advice and key benefits of pursuing a career as a nurse.
Learn more about the Director of the School of Nursing at Rasmussen College.
Learn about the various career trajectories and levels of education needed as a nurse.
Becoming a nurse may be one of the best decisions a person who wants to help others can make.
There are many factors to take into account when researching and eventually applying for nursing schools. Here are some suggestions to make sure that you are completely confident that the nursing school you choose is a perfect fit.
Becoming a nurse give you the power to offer patients your help when they may most need it. If you're well-versed in the medical field and are looking to take the next step in your career, why not go back to school?
Admissions representative, Whitney Tilka, shares her story from an admissions role to becoming a nursing student at Rasmussen College.
Here are five specialties outlined below are particularly interesting for a prospective nursing school graduate.
Do you have the instinctual desire to help people, but never knew what career would allow you to put these skills to use? Becoming a nurse may be just what you're looking for, due to the constant interaction with patients and the great pay the job provides
Do you have the instinctual desire to help people, but never knew what career would allow you to put these skills to use?
This 30-minute webinar features the Dean of the School of Nursing at Rasmussen College, who speaks about the BSN program at Rasmussen College.
In this article Rasmussen College Nursing Instructor shares important information about what to expect while pursuing a degree and career as a nurse: like what's in a nurse's job description, nursing degree options, nursing salary opportunities, and even nurse specializations.
Rasmussen College Dean of Nursing discusses National Nurses Week and a recent Rasmussen College School of Nursing Career Fair.
Researching nursing schools can be an overwhelming task. To help streamline the process, we've created this list of tips for researching Wisconsin nursing schools.
The School of Nursing at Rasmussen College shares information about RN to BSN degree paths.
The secret is out: nursing blogs are ever-increasingly becoming amazing resources nurse and healthcare practitioners. The Rasmussen College Dean of Nursing shares her favorite nursing blogs.
The Rasmussen College Dean of Nursing at the Fort Myers, FL college campus discusses the growing need for nurses and the impending nursing shortage. She is joined by two nursing degree students. (Courtesy of WINK News.)
The Rasmussen College - Dean of Nursing at the Eagan, MN college campus appeared on FOX Twin Cities alongside two proud nursing degree students to discuss job opportunities for nurses.
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The last legislative chapter in the Health Care debate came to a commencement when the House passed, for the second time, a package of fixes to the bill that President Barack Obama had signed, on March 26. This monumental decision will change many aspects of health care system in the United States.