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Why Nursing Clinicals Are So Important

Nursing clinicals will probably be the most significant part of your career as a nursing student. Clinicals helps you begin to get the hands-on experience needed for a successful career in nursing. With the tools, knowledge, and resources you gain from clinicals, you'll have a rewarding and long-las...

Tips for Surviving Your First Year as a Nurse

Getting through nursing school and passing the NCLEX exam are tremendous accomplishments, but they are only the beginning of your career as an RN. Being a successful nurse will require you to learn and adapt frequently. You'll often make quick decisions as you become more familiar with the needs of ...

What to expect out of nursing school clinicals

If you know anything about nursing school, you know it goes far beyond the classroom. As with any other program, you'll spend lots of time reading and listening to lectures, but what makes nursing school unique is the hands-on experience you get. Clinicals allows you to get real-life experience in t...

Fun Facts about Nursing

To become a nurse, you must learn a great deal –and good nurses never stop learning. But it doesn’t hurt to take a break and read about some nurse facts that don’t involve saving patient lives. Here are some interesting facts about nursing that you might find entertaining –and don’t worry, there isn...

How to Get into Nursing School Despite Your Low GPA

Looking to upgrade your career? Look no further. Demand for Registered Nurses (RNs) continues to grow as the Baby Boomer generation ages, adding patients to the network and removing retiring nurses from the workforce. In fact, according to April 2019 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Registe...

Battling Stress and Burnout as A Nurse Practitioner

Nurses face stress every day, and the profession has the highest burnout rate in healthcare. Studies show that 43% of newly-licensed nurses leave their first jobs within 3 years, and 17.5% leave within the first year. However, one nurse has managed to stay focused for 38 years in one of the most str...

Tips for the First Year Nursing Student

If you’ve just started nursing school, congratulations on taking the first step to a rewarding career! It's an exciting time in your life, but some find the challenges intimidating – especially since many don’t know what to expect. A recent study found that almost 35% of college freshmen feel overwh...

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