We talked to the experts — registered nurses (RNs) and other healthcare professionals who frequently work with them — to find out the must-have skills and personality traits for a successful career in nursing. Here are eight skills and qualities to consider when you think about a potential career as a nurse.
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We’re helping you find the answer the question with 10 questions of our own. Read on to find out if you have what it takes to be successful as a nurse!
After years spent in the fast-paced, high-pressure profession, a peaceful life in the classroom might be sounding pretty great. Whether you’re starting to feel the effects of nursing burnout or you’re just ready for something new, becoming a nurse educator has a lot to offer. Hear from these nurse educators about what it’s really like being a nurse educator.
If you’re curious about the career paths available for those with an MSN, you came to the right place. Read on to learn more about seven specialized careers you may be able to land with a master’s degree in nursing.
If you are considering earning a degree, why not choose an area in which you already have some skill: caring for others. It may not have occurred to you until now, but as a mom you’ve likely mastered things like monitoring fevers and bandaging skinned knees. Point being, many mom skills can translate into key nursing qualities.
With all the nursing specialties out there, it can be confusing to know what it takes to become a labor and delivery nurse. There’s not one single path to your dream nursing career, but there are some important steps you can take to ensure you’re heading in the right direction. Read on to learn more about a career as a labor and delivery nurse, tips on getting there and what to expect once you’ve made it.
Are you intrigued at the thought of becoming an emergency nurse? Keep reading to learn more about which specific abilities and attributes are important in this dynamic nursing specialty.
The truth is that it’s never too late to get into nursing—even if you majored in something else or followed a different career path out of school. If you’re interested in becoming an RN, don’t let your non-medical major stop you.
It may be scary to think about taking on a nocturnal job, but there are plenty of ways you can make working the night shift a little less painful. Many nurses actually prefer night shifts! We talked to nocturnal nurses who are night-shift veterans to give you the inside scoop on what it’s really like working the night shift — and how to know if this unusual schedule is right for you.
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.
We compiled three heartwarming stories about nurses who went above and beyond for their patients. These are just a fraction of the thousands of similar stories out there, but it’s our way of saying, “Thank you, nurses!” from patients everywhere!
It can be intimidating to enter the job market for the first time. You don’t have much experience to leverage and you may not have many professional connections to help get your foot in the door. Here are some tips for crafting your nursing student resume.