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Free 2017 Nurse Salary Report

See how nursing salaries compare by specialty, role, certification, and get a better picture of your true value. This report explores salary comparisons across the US and provides you with key tips on how to position yourself for a higher salary in the future.

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Nursing Test Prep

Take our nursing test prep sample questions and test your skills as you prepare for your next exam. Choose test prep questions from 5 specialty areas, including cardiovascular, pulmonary, renal, gastrointestinal, and hematological nursing.

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New Florida Bill Aimed to Help State Nursing Shortage

New Florida Bill Aimed to Help State Nursing Shortage

Technical schools have been lobbying Florida state legislators so more students can become registered nurses. As a result, Florida House Bill 381 is under review with the Florida House of Representative’s Higher Education and Career Readiness Subcommittee. Language...

The Art of Giving Report

The Art of Giving Report

If you ask any nurse why they went into nursing, their response will undoubtedly have a foundation of compassion. Whether it’s an anecdote about a family member, a childhood role model, or a personal experience, a career in nursing starts by caring. And yet, in a...

Patients with Pups: Nursing with Service Dogs

Patients with Pups: Nursing with Service Dogs

Are service dogs allowed in medical facilities, including doctor’s offices and hospitals, in the United States? If so, what is the responsibility of nurses to care for individuals accompanied by a service dog? We ask these questions because there are currently more...

Participate in our 2019 Nursing Career Survey!

Participate in our 2019 Nursing Career Survey!

Calling all nurses! Springer Publishing Company has launched the 2019 Nursing Career Survey, and we want to hear from you! This study is designed for professional nurses and nursing students in every stage of their careers. Springer Publishing Company is surveying...

Nursing Salary Trends in the U.S.—How Much Can I Earn?

Nursing Salary Trends in the U.S.—How Much Can I Earn?

Nurses are in high demand as baby boomers continue to age, which means there’s a greater demand for nurses in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and rehabilitation centers. Due to the increasing demand for qualified nursing professionals, it’s no...

Q&A with Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Dr. Mary Lilly

Q&A with Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Dr. Mary Lilly

Recently, we connected with Dr. Mary Lilly to talk about the benefits of being a Primary Care Mental Health Integration (PCMHI) Nurse Practitioner at VA. Her insights will give you a better idea of what it’s like to be on VA's collaborative, multidisciplinary team,...

Nurse Residency Programs: Future for Post-Acute Care

Nurse Residency Programs: Future for Post-Acute Care

Katherine Kuren Black, MSN, RN-BC, shares insights from her book The New Jersey Action Coalition, in response to the Institute of Medicine's recommendation to implement nurse residency programs across all practice settings, initiated a statewide program for new...

Considering a Career in Forensic Nursing?

Considering a Career in Forensic Nursing?

Forensic nursing involves working with the aftermath of violent situations. Violence is both a health care and a legal issue, so this places forensic nurses in a unique leadership position to connect health care, science, and the legal system. Forensic nurses partner...

The Risks of Wrongful Delegation

The Risks of Wrongful Delegation

Although delegating tasks occurs all the time in the workplace, there are often times in which nurses may not effectively delegate to unlicensed personnel. This carries major risk—to the nurse, the staff member, the patients, and the health care facility. Jennifer...

How to Find a New Nursing Job

How to Find a New Nursing Job

Searching for a new job can be daunting. With all the options available for nurses out there, even just the idea of getting a new nursing job can be overwhelming. If you are interested in finding a new job for whatever reason, it's important to follow that instinct....

Depressed Nurses Make More Medical Errors

Depressed Nurses Make More Medical Errors

Employee Well-Being Becomes Patient Safety Issue Many years of research has shown that depression among registered nurses is extremely common. One study published last year showed that RNs suffer from depression at almost twice the rate of people in other professions....

Character or Competence in Hiring

Character or Competence in Hiring

Character and competence are two of the most sought after qualities in the workplace. Ideally, an applicant will have both, but hiring managers often find themselves forced to choose between two qualified candidates who each excel in one area only. Thus, determining...

OPM Recruitment Strategies for Graduate Student Nurses

OPM Recruitment Strategies for Graduate Student Nurses

Online Program Management companies (OPMs) are taking the online nursing education market by storm. As higher education institutions compete to meet student expectations in a digital world, OPMs create, manage, and market education programs for these schools at a...

Fast Facts for the Student Nurse

Nursing Student Success in a Nutshell

This Fast Facts guide for students in diploma, AD, BSN, and RN-BSN level programs features the information that nursing students really need to know in order to achieve excellence up to and beyond the NCLEX.

 

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