Top 5 Nursing Blog Posts of 2015

top nursing posts 2015

2015 has come and gone and what a year it’s been! Much has been happening in the nursing world, and we’ve been at the forefront through it all. Whether you follow our weekly blog posts or just visit once in a while, take a moment to look back and peruse our readers’ favorite posts from the past year. You might learn a thing or two, or even find the inspiration to take the leap into the nursing career of your dreams!

If you like what you see here, remember it's just a small sampling. There's more where that came from in the coming year. Bookmark the blog to visit us again and enjoy more great content!

If you like what you see here, remember it's just a small sampling. There's more where that came from in the coming year. Bookmark the blog to visit us again and enjoy more great content!

RN vs. BSN: What You Should Know

RN vs BSN

Hollywood makes healthcare look so simple – just nurses and doctors saving lives. But the reality is that it’s much more nuanced, especially for the profession of nursing. As you've likely discovered in your research, a nurse is never just a "nurse" – there are many different job titles out there. There’s a lot of confusion in regards to RN versus BSN. Let us cut through the confusion to help you understand which path is best for your future.

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5 Professional Nursing Skills You Need to Launch Your Career

professional nursing skills

It's no secret that nursing jobs are growing. But just because the positions are out there doesn’t mean they give them to just anyone. Prepare yourself for a future of helping others by studying up on the skills and characteristics needed to succeed on the job. To help you get started, we identified five professional nursing skills that will help you impress potential employers. See where your skill set stacks up!

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The Importance of Critical Thinking Skills in Nursing

Critical Thinking Skills in Nursing

The nursing profession tends to attract those who have natural nurturing abilities and a desire to help others. But there is another important skill that successful nurses share and it’s often over-looked: the ability to think critically. It’s a transferrable skill that can be leveraged in several facets of your life. But why is critical thinking in nursing so critical? Read this article to find out!

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20 Types of Nurses Employers are Looking to Hire

top types of nurses

When you decide to pursue a career in nursing, your choices don’t just stop there. There are many different types of nurses to fit the needs of the healthcare industry. But stop your search because we have what you need right here. We identified 20 types of nurses in demand in the industry, and that’s only a portion of your options. Get a sneak peek at these exciting opportunities.

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Types of Nursing Degrees: Diagnosing Your Ideal Healthcare Career

types of nursing degrees

The desire to help others is a common characteristic in the DNA structure of most aspiring nurses. But you have to dig deeper to match the type of nursing degree with the professional you want to be. Which nursing credential is right for you? Use this flowchart to help guide you in the right direction.

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