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Nursing Specialties in Demand

Although you may know that you are ready to become a registered nurse, you still need to decide on what exactly you want to do as a registered nurse. After all, there are many nursing specialties in demand that fall under the umbrella of nursing. No matter what your interests are, you will be able Read the full article…

6 Jobs for Pre-Nursing Students

We know that a higher education is expensive, and becoming a nurse just piles on those student loan bills. There is also the additional stress of a full workload for students earning their Accelerated BSN degree. For many, a part-time job is the answer. These jobs for pre-nursing students can help pay the bills and Read the full article…

Hippocrates

Written By: Laura McPherson, Nursing411.com The Hippocratic Oath is one of the oldest and most widely known codes of ethics. The original text is attributed to Hippocrates, a Greek physician commonly credited with beginning the practice of medicine as a rational science. Hippocrates differed from some of his contemporaries and the practitioners who came before Read the full article…

Free NCLEX Review Guide

The NCLEX-RN is a very important test for anyone looking to become a nurse. Before taking a look at these free NCLEX review resources, it’s important to understand what the NCLEX-RN is. What is the NCLEX-RN? The NCLEX-RN is a test that nurses take before they can begin practicing, typically after graduation from a nursing Read the full article…

stretches for nurses

Use these stretches for nurses to recharge your body during a busy nursing shift. For Northeastern accelerated nursing students, clinical rotations and nursing shifts can being tiring for both the body and mind. When you’re on your feet for hours at a time caring for patients, it is essential you take care of yourself, too. Pause Read the full article…

online nursing program prep

If you’ve ever been to a department store around late July or early August, chances are you’ve seen a back-to-school sale. It’s the time of year when you prepare for your next year of school by stocking up on notebooks, pencils, pens and any other traditional school supplies you’ll need. So what if you’re planning Read the full article…

How your advanced degree can advance your career

You spent one year in kindergarten, five years in elementary school, three years in middle school and four hears in high school. All of this was followed up by earning a degree to become an RN. After at least 15 years spent with textbooks and exams, it may be tempting to just close the books, Read the full article…

Nursing jobs for numbers people

While nursing may require many skills such as attention to detail and good communication, nothing compares to being a good student of math. Many of those who enter the nursing field do so because they have a desire to help people and want to put their proficiency in math to use. While all nursing fields Read the full article…

keep calm and carry on in nursing school

Being a nurse and the time in school that leads up to it is defined as anything but “low stress.” There are many high pressure moments during nursing school that will prepare you for the trials you will face as a nurse. However, it is important to manage this stress as so you don’t end Read the full article…

Where you study can make a big difference in nursing school. While it’s great to switch up your location to regain a clear focus, your at-home study space should be just as stocked as your backpack. We spend a lot of time in our homes, and you’ll be thankful that you have a fully equipped Read the full article…

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