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12 Notable Black Nurses in History

We want to honor historical Black nurses by relaying their stories and educating others on their remarkable contributions to the field.

6 Tips to Get and Stay Motivated to Study

You’ve made the decision to work toward your degree and career goals! At first it’s so exciting that you can’t wait to jump in, but over time you may start to realize that it is getting harder and harder to sit down and do the work. The most important thing you should know is… you’re not alone!

Declare Your Independence in Nursing Education

Education has always been linked to self-reliance and the ability to think, create, and contribute to society. From the founding of our country on July 4, 1776, Americans have celebrated the freedom to pursue their dreams and ambitions through education.

Do Nurses Need a Bachelor's Degree?

There are two different paths to becoming an RN: Nursing students can pursue either an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) or Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing (BSN). But what is the difference between a BSN and RN, and should nurses have a bachelor’s degree? Let’s explore your options to discover what...

10 Common Nursing Degree Courses

What courses can you expect to take in nursing school? It all depends on the degree path you choose and your area of specialization. The requirements for an associate degree in nursing will differ from requirements for a bachelor of science in the same field. However, most programs share many common...

How long does it take to become an RN?

As an aspiring nurse, you may be wondering how long does it takes to become an RN. The answer isn't as straightforward as you may think.

Advance Your Education: Best Nursing Specialities

There has never been a better time to be a nurse. Not only are salaries are going up, but nurses are also gaining more independence and enjoying greater job security. Nursing opportunities abound, even for recent graduates. If you're a natural helper, a nursing career may sound very appealing to you...

The 7 Must-Have Features of a BSN Bridge Program

Whether you're a paramedic, an LPN, or even an ADN-qualified RN, you've probably thought about getting your Bachelor's of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. If you haven't, you might consider it.

8 Pros and 3 Cons of a Nursing Bridge Program

Are you a Licensed Nurse Practitioner (LPN) thinking about making the move to Registered Nurse (RN)? Or perhaps you're already an RN, but you've got your eye on a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree? Either way, we say go for it.

3 Tips Guaranteed to Make Your LPN to BSN Bridge Easier

So, you've decided to turn that Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) degree into a full-on Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree? Great move. Between the increased career opportunities it enables and the higher pay scale it unlocks, the move to BSN has real potential to launch your career to the nex...

Credit by Exam for BSN Programs:  Finish Faster with this 5-Step Roadmap

Whether you're a brand new nursing student or the proud holder of a two-year Associates Degree in Nursing (ADN—and congratulations, by the way) it's likely you've considered going after a four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. Why? Because as great as an ADN is, once you get your BSN...

3 Reasons Why Accelerated BSN Programs Make Sense

Whether you’re brand new to the job market, or a seasoned professional who’s looking to reinvent her career, nursing is a smart—and exciting!—option. For high school graduates, there are many different ways to pursue nursing. Ditto for those who already have some healthcare-related credits and exper...

6 Pros and Cons of LPN to BSN Online Programs

The U.S. is facing an enormous shortage of nursing professionals. Not surprisingly then, one quarter of LPNs are heading back to school to earn RN certification. Still, there are challenges that discourage some LPNs from completing an advanced degree or a BSN in nursing.

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