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.
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This year has been particularly interesting for the healthcare industry. Find out what made the list of the top articles from 2014.
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.
We used real-time market intelligence from Burning-Glass.com to dig into 3.3 million healthcare-related job postings over the last 12 months and identify the top three companies in each state with the most vacancies.
Nurses are caretakers, good listeners and crafty problem solvers. Find out fifteen more reasons that make them great life partners too.
What happens when the nation's largest job category runs out of people to fill the demand? Hopefully we'll never find out.
The influence of early childhood education will likely have a dramatic affect on the fabric of American society. In the majority of states, however, the cost of center-based child care exceeds 25 percent of state median income for married couples.
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.
It turns out leeches may not just be a medical practice of the past. Medical experts weigh in on how these slimy creatures are used today and whether you can expect to see them next time you go to the doctor.
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.
In the past, people sought out these jobs for a career in a reliable industry with the flexibility of working from home. But advances in voice recognition software like Dragon Dictate are slowly changing the landscape of medical transcription jobs.
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.