Top 5 Nursing Blog Posts from 2014

Best Articles of 2014

We are wrapping up a great year of articles full of student-focused information and nursing career education. We are very grateful to all who have taken the time to share their expertise with the Rasmussen College nursing community, from current nursing students and graduates to experts in the field.

We pulled together articles from the last 12 months that were seen and shared most by our readers. A special thanks to all of you who took the time to read this blog this year! Without you, it wouldn’t be as popular as it is today.

So, without further delay, here are the top nursing articles of 2014:

1. 18 Reasons Everyone Should Marry a Nurse

18 reasons to marry a nurse

A nurse is an important person to have in your corner during a hospital visit so it stands to reason that they make an incredible life partner, too. Adoring spouses weigh in on this article with sweet (and funny) points about why they love spending their life with a nurse.

2. 25 Best Nursing Apps for Any Stage of Your Career

25 Best Nursing Apps

There is an abundance of information that nurses keep track of from the time they start school until the day they retire. This list of the best mobile apps on the market helps nurses manage all of those responsibilities with a touch of a button.

3. 7 Expert Tips to Survive Stress and Get Through Nursing School

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It’s no secret that nursing school is hard and can add some stress to your life. Here experts share their secrets for not only managing stress levels, but finding ways to make stress help you be successful, too.

4. Visualizing the Nursing Shortage by State [Interactive Map]

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Over 1.05 million RN jobs are expected to open up over the next 10 years and experts say there will not be enough graduates to fill them. Use this map to see how the shortage is going to impact jobs near you.

5. Bullying in Nursing: Why Nurses ‘Eat their Young’ & What to Do

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It may shock you to hear that 65 percent of nurses have witnessed some form of nursing incivility in their career. Faculty and experts share how nurses can prevent it from happening to them.

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Katy Katz

Katy is a Content Marketing Specialist at Collegis Education who writes student-focused articles on behalf of Rasmussen College. She enjoys creating engaging content to help former, current and future students on their path to a rewarding education.

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