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    Interested In Becoming A Certified Nursing Assistant?

    One of the fastest growing careers in the country today is certified nursing assistant, or CNA. Quite rewarding both financially and emotionally, this is the kind of career that you can enjoy for many years, with plenty of room for advancement if you would like it. If you think that some of the aspects of this career may be just what ...
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    The Adult Student

    The Adult Student
    The hardest job I have ever encountered in my life is my job as a mother. Next to being a mother, the most difficult task I have right now is being a mother and a student. My life has never been so demanding as it is at this very moment. I long to be the 18 and 19 year old in ...
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    Certified Nurse Midwife

    Certified Nurse Midwife
    Nurse midwives provide primary care to women, including gynecological exams, family planning advice, prenatal care, assistance in labor and delivery, and neonatal care. CNMs work in hospitals, clinics, health departments, homes and private practices. Midwives will often have to work unpredictable hours (due to the unpredictable nature of childbirth). They should have good communications skills should be willing to commit to ...
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    Pediatric Endocrinology Nurse

    Pediatric Endocrinology Nurse
    Pediatric Endocrinology Nurses provide care to young children who are suffering from diseases and disorders of the endocrine system. This often involves educating both parents and children on the the physical and sexual development issues that arise from these disorders. For additional information from actual nurses in this field, please see the Pediatric Endocrinology Nursing discussion thread. h4. Average Annual Salary ...
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    Pediatric Nursing Profile

    Pediatric Nursing Profile
    If you're pursuing a career in nursing and enjoy working with children, a career in pediatric nursing or child health nursing could be worth looking into. Pediatric nurses take care of children of all ages, and the position requires unique skills. Find out what a pediatric nurse's duties are, the education and experience required to break into the field, and the ...
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    Forensic Nursing 101

    Forensic Nursing 101
    Do you watch shows like “CSI” or “Bones” and wish you had the skills to forensically solve crimes? Forensic nursing lets you catch the criminals without a criminal justice background! Forensic nursing is one of the fastest-growing specialties in nursing and a crucial link between the health industry and the law. Many professionals agree that the CSI television shows don't do ...
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    5 Fun Facts About Nurses

    5 Fun Facts About Nurses
    Have you ever wondered how many nurses make up the entire country’s population? Or which country provides the U.S. with the most nurses? We’ve rounded up the answers below. 1. Nurses could take over a country…hypothetically. Nurses who actively work in nursing in the United States make up 0.76 percent of the U.S. population. That’s about the entire population of the ...
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    Quality Management Professional Certification

    Quality Management Professional Certification
    As a nurse with a certification in healthcare quality management, there are avenues to influence the more global issues facing your organization and ultimately, patient care. This has become a time of cost saving, cost cutting measures. Who determines what budgets are reduced and where the work force adjustments occur? Of course it is not the floor nurses. However, floor nurses ...
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    Entrepreneur and Nursing Consultant (Self Employed)

    Entrepreneur and Nursing Consultant (Self Employed)
    Nursing gives you valuable and marketable experience to offer businesses. Examples include CPR training, adult day care, staffing agencies, educational companies, and more. Being a nurse entrepreneur is a broad field that is constantly changing and growing. Full day seminars on how to start a home study program are available to help nurses think through various business ideas. More: Become a ...
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    How Much is a Nursing Degree Worth?

    How Much is a Nursing Degree Worth?
    The nursing profession is expected to have a shortage of 1,000,000 nurses by 2016. With the dire need for new blood in the healthcare industry, there is a national push to start training the next generation of nurses who will provide aid and care to aging baby boomers. Because of this, nursing is one of the few recession-proof jobs in today's ...
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    Nurse Practitioner

    Nurse practitioners provide basic preventive health care to patients, and increasingly serve as primary and specialty care providers in mainly medically underserved areas. The most common areas of specialty for nurse practitioners are family practice, adult practice, women’s health, pediatrics, acute care, and gerontology; however, there are many other specialties. In most states, nurse practitioners can prescribe medications. h4. Median Annual ...
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    Travel Nursing 101

    Travel Nursing 101
    A chance to explore the country is awaiting nurses who decide it's time to give travel nursing a try. Maybe you have always had a secret yearning to see the country, to take off in search of adventure, wherever it might lead you. Maybe you've always stifled that urge because you thought you were tied down by your job. Not anymore! ...
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    Associate of Science in Medical Assisting

    Associate of Science in Medical Assisting
    An Associate of Science in Medical Assisting combines clinical training with classroom education. The program typically takes 1-2 years to complete, and a degree is awarded after successfully passing a minimum number of academic units. While there is on-the-job-training and certificate programs for medical assisting, an Associate of Science in Medical Assisting goes a step beyond by increasing the classroom education. ...
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    5 Tips For a Pain-Free Nursing Education

    5 Tips For a Pain-Free Nursing Education
    Anyone who's completed nursing school can tell you where they floundered in their education. These could be big mistakes, such as choosing the wrong school, or small mistakes, like not "reading" an instructor very well. Nobody makes it through school without a few blunders, but if you follow these five rules of thumb, you should be able to avoid most of ...
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    Eunice (Kitty) Ernst, RN, CNM, MPH, DSc (hon) - Mary Breckinridge Chair of Midwifery

    Kitty Ernst is the only endowed Chair of Midwifery in the United States. She is a certified nurse-midwife graduate of Kentucky's Frontier School of Midwifery with a master's degree in public health. A renowned visionary in the field of midwifery, Kitty has pioneered pregnancy and birth care advances for more than 40 years. Highlights of her career include: * Early president ...
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    PhD in Nursing Explained

    PhD in Nursing Explained
    What would Florence Nightingale think if she came back to life for a day? Would her goal of making nursing a respectable profession have been met? And what of Linda Richards (born Malinda Ann Judson Richards), the first professionally trained American nurse? What would she think if she saw that not only are nurses now trained according to strict guidelines, but ...
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    Nursing is Not For Everyone

    Nursing is Not For Everyone
    Nursing is not for everyone. You must be prepared to work hard. Nursing is both physically and emotionally challenging and draining. With the exception of a few areas, nurses provide care around the clock 24/7. This is usually divided into shifts of 8 or 12 hours, but it includes nights, weekends, and yes, even holidays. You will miss family events, and ...
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    NursingLink Videos: NCLEX Review

    Are you a visual learner? These videos will help you prepare for the pharmacology portion of the NCLEX! Check them out! Pharmacology Nursing, Part 1 Pharmacology Nursing, Part 2 Pharmacology Nursing, Part 3 Pharmacology Nursing, Part 4 [page] h4. Pharmacology Nursing, Part 1 Related Articles: • NCLEX Overview • The NCLEX: How to Prepare • Comprehensive NCLEX Study Guide - Quiz ...
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    Travel Nursing: Tax Home vs. Permanent Residence

    Travel Nursing: Tax Home vs. Permanent Residence
    Travel nursing has many perks. In addition to beautiful locations, elegant housing, awesome hospitals, and more nursing jobs than you have probably ever imagined, there is also tax free money. Tax free money is considered by some to be the biggest perk in travel nursing. However, not all nurses qualify to receive tax free money...legally. So what makes one nurse qualify ...
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    Become a Nurse Entrepreneur

    Become a Nurse Entrepreneur
    A number of nurses today are taking a "leap of faith" from traditional patient care to a career as an entrepreneur. If you are one of them, whether changes in the healthcare setting or the desire to be your own boss are at the root of your desire, personal effectiveness is an essential part of success as a nurse entrepreneur. Transitioning ...
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