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Student Nursing News and Trends

See the latest nursing news, trends, and information to help you succeed in nursing school.

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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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From Stroke Patient to Rehabilitation Nurse

From Stroke Patient to Rehabilitation Nurse

Anne M. Cabello, RN, BSN, CRRN, was only 12 years old when she experienced a mild stroke. Luckily for her, with good, acute rehabilitative care—as well as, she says, much love, prayers, and support—she made a full recovery. This experience, though, led her to become a...

How to Handle Being Fired By a Patient Gracefully

How to Handle Being Fired By a Patient Gracefully

So you’ve been fired by a patient. It’s not pleasant. But the good news is that you are not the only one who has had this experience. Getting fired is a natural part of patient care. Not everyone that you interact with will like you or the experience you provide for...

Saving a Life in a Different Way

Saving a Life in a Different Way

When Nathan Hansen, RN, was still in nursing school at the State College of Florida, he often used YouTube videos to help him study. While watching videos one day, he saw a story about a young man who got the call to donate bone marrow to help save someone’s life. At...

Chilling Out: The Importance of Taking Vacations

Chilling Out: The Importance of Taking Vacations

Summer is here, and the time is right…for taking vacations. Think you don’t have time? Think again. Flo Leighton, MS, RN, PMHNP-BC, a board certified mental health nurse practitioner as well as an adjunct faculty at New York University College of Nursing, has a...

Top Nursing Podcasts

Top Nursing Podcasts

Please note that all links are for iTunes. 1.    Johns Hopkins Health Newsfeed Stay up-to-date with short podcasts on top medical storiesopens in new window from Johns Hopkins. Each podcast is only about a minute, but provides nurses with the latest info in medicine....

Questions to Ask During Your Nursing Interview

Questions to Ask During Your Nursing Interview

When preparing for an interview, it is important to not only focus on what questions you might be asked, but also questions to ask the employer. Your inquiries will help you determine whether the job will be a good fit for you and give you insight into what it is...

Suicide and Prevention in the US Healthcare Workforce

Suicide and Prevention in the US Healthcare Workforce

The rate of suicide in the United States has climbed dramatically over the last few decades, including in the healthcare workforce. Suicide accounted for nearly 45,000 deaths in 2016 and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that suicide rates...

Precepting, Part 2: Inside the Student Experience

Precepting, Part 2: Inside the Student Experience

You've read my thoughts on being a preceptor, but now it's time to explore things from the other side: as an orientee. In the last two years, I've had the opportunity to orient as a student in nursing school, as a precepting practicuum student, and as a new graduate...

Spotlight: Long-Term Care Nurse

Spotlight: Long-Term Care Nurse

Tina M. Baxter, APRN, GNP-BC, has worked in both acute care and long-term care. A board certified gerontological nurse practitioner, she now teaches through HIS Solutions Health Care and works as a legal nurse consultant for Baxter Professional Services, assisting...

Working as a NNP in a Level 2 Special Care Nursery

Working as a NNP in a Level 2 Special Care Nursery

I am privileged. I have been to the other side and experienced that the grass is greener. The majority of my career as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (NNP) has been in a Level 3 NICU with all the bells and whistles of high acuity, ECMO, high-risk deliveries, transport,...

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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