Before choosing the program that best fits with your career aspirations, you have to decipher the alphabet soup of nursing credentials. We created this guide to help you wade through the sea of abbreviations as you start down the path of identifying which one might appear after your name one day.
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Being a nurse has its fair share of drawbacks: crazy hours, stressful situation and difficult patients. We asked seasoned nurses to share with us their best day on the job. These are the stories that remind them about why they became a nurse in the first place.
Nursing career advancement shouldn’t intimidate you; it should inspire you! But where do you start? We enlisted some veteran nurses to help us identify seven strategies to help you step up your game in the workplace and achieve your professional goals.
Many students like the idea of becoming an RN, but aren’t sure if they can justify the extra effort, time and money required when an LPN track would put them in the workforce faster. If you’re looking for some tangible reasons to go down the RN path, you’re in luck because there are plenty! We combined government data and expert insight to identify four facts that suggest this is the right route for you.
Your passion for your own children (or any baby you pass by in the supermarket, for that matter) is drawing you toward a career in neonatal nursing. But it takes more than a love of infants to succeed in this specialty. We gathered the facts about this rewarding position so you can decide if it's the right choice for you.
There are many options to consider when looking at a nursing career, and weighing them carefully will help you make the best decisions possible. Lay your questions about acute care versus ambulatory care to rest in this close-up comparison.
There are several educational options from which an aspiring nurse can choose from. But which nursing credential is right for you? Use this flowchart to help guide you in the right direction.
If you’re a fan of medical TV shows and movies, you might be curious if the portrayal is accurate. We enlisted nursing pros to set the record straight and bust the common myths of movie nurses.
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.
When it comes to nursing interview tips, it’s hard to weed through all of the clutter. That’s why we enlisted real nursing professionals to share their best advice for mastering your nursing interview. Keep reading to gain valuable insight from those who have been in your shoes.
Nursing is a broad field that’s comprised of many roles – but which one is right for you? If you have the heart and motivation to be a nurse, the first step is deciding between the field’s two branches: practical nursing versus professional nursing.
Nursing has a reputation for being stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. You can use your medical skills to help people without the long shifts, difficult patients and tricky medical situations. We rounded up a list of seven of the least stressful nursing jobs.