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Lots to Love About Accelerated Nursing Programs in Boston

  
  
  
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Nursing is a rapidly expanding, highly desirable area of the healthcare industry. During the past three decades, the number of employed nurses in the United States has increased more than 100 percent. With so much expansion in the profession, it’s not hard for nursing school graduates to find positions in preferred work settings (e.g. medical clinics, hospitals, senior living facilities, and other residential care outlets) in many areas of the country.

A Day in the Life: Accelerated Nursing Programs in NY or NJ

  
  
  
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What’s it like to experience accelerated nursing programs in NY? That depends on what you mean by “accelerated.” Because fast-track nursing programs don’t look the same at every institution. In many cases, they’re designed for specific types of students.

Today’s different accelerated nursing programs can support:

  • Students who already hold bachelor’s degrees in other subjects, and who wish to earn BSNs—without retaking general education requirements.
  • Students who wish to combine bachelor’s and master’s level study—earning a BSN and an MSN in less time than it would take to do both separately.
  • Students who already have some healthcare credits or work experience (e.g. LPN, EMT, PA), and wish to earn their RN faster—through a credit-by-exam program.

For now, let’s focus on the last case. Let’s talk about some of the basic similarities that define credit-by-exam accelerated nursing programs in New York and throughout the U.S. By following a typical “day in the life” schedule, you can decide if studying for exams (versus entire college semesters) makes sense for you.


How LPN-to-RN programs Can Lead to Nursing Leadership Roles

  
  
  
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In any healthcare environment, quality care is the primary goal. Consistent service and efficient operations are also valued by patients and health employers, alike. It takes leadership to keep these priorities on track and in focus.

ATP Opens 4 Locations for Accelerated Nursing Programs in Florida

  
  
  
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Nursing is a fast-growing, highly-desirable role in the healthcare industry. According to the American Nurses Association, between 1980 and 2008 the number of employed nurses in the United States rose from 1,272,851 to 2,596,599—an increase of greater than 100 percent. But that doesn’t mean nurses always have an easy time joining the profession.

What’s Causing Your Nursing School Stress?

  
  
  
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The first step to managing nursing school stress is to identify its causes.  Most students are worried about three main issues:

The Connection between Nursing Leadership and Patient Safety

  
  
  
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Patient safety is a major priority among today’s hospitals and healthcare systems—not only from a quality of care standpoint, but for patient satisfaction and profitability reasons, too. When medical errors or avoidable injuries occur, a facility’s reputation is on the line.

State By State RN Salary Update

  
  
  
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With 25 locations in 8 states, plus online students from all over the U.S, we have the distinct pleasure of helping professionals achieve their goals every day. As part of our focus on educating and helping our students, we've recently updated our popular State by State RN Salary Guide.


NCLEX Test Prep Stress?

  
  
  
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Are you stressing about the NCLEX? Most nursing students are! Have no fear, we are here to help. In addition to offering NCLEX test prep at ATP, we have compiled a list of quick practice tests for you to take to become more comfortable. Take the NCLEX quizes that interest you through the links below and let us know how you do in the comments section. Happy studying! 

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New Nursing Career Opportunities in Transitional Care Management

  
  
  
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Last year Medicare updated a rule that will now pay nurses who manage patients during acute care transitions. According to the new fee schedule, reimbursement will apply to nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwives, clinical nurse specialists, and others who offer care coordination after patient discharge.

Nursing School: Need a Faster Way to Finish?

  
  
  
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Bridge programs may be faster than traditional college nursing degrees, but that doesn’t mean they’re simple. In fact, finding the right bridge program can be totally confusing.

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