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10 Things You Won’t Learn in Nursing School

Between all the time in the classroom and clinicals, nursing school does an excellent job of preparing you to be a registered nurse. Inevitably, though, there are some things you can only learn or be entrusted with on the job.

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Essential Facts

Essential Facts About Nursing You Need to Know

Employment for nursing is expected to increase by 19% by the year 2020. The aging population is expected to increase due to advances in medical care, increasing the lifespan of individuals that will depend on nursing care to stay healthy.

The Facts You Need>>

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Fall in Love with Your Scrubs

Your standard scrubs aren’t so standard anymore. Available in all styles and shapes, you’re sure to find something that looks and feels great!

Make a fashion statement >>


5 Reasons Why Healthcare is Right for You

Considering a career in the healthcare field? There are a number of ways a job in healthcare can benefit you and put you on the right career path.

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Love What You Do and Do What You Love

The  Little Nurse that Could: Inspiring Quotes from RNs

Every now and then we all need a little pick me up. Check out this compiled list of 90 funny, motivational, inspiring, and just plain awesome nursing quotes to help get you through those tough times.

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Do’s & Don’ts for Your Healthcare Resume

Healthcare employers are not only looking for how much experience you have, but also how passionate you are about your job.

Discover what recruiters really want >>


5 Delegation Strategies for New RN’s

Delegating responsibility can be stressful for new nurses, often resulting in poor time management and overwhelming workloads.

Tips for safe & effective delegation >>


5 Tips for Exceptional Patient Care

Having the ability and desire to provide exceptional patient care is  second nature to most in healthcare. However, there are times this can be somewhat of a challenge, especially when the patient may not be the easiest to deal with.

Build a relationship with your patient >>


3 Ways to Boost Your Career in 2016

After the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, the New Year tends to act as a natural reset for a successful path towards new opportunities and goals. Take the appropriate steps to make your healthcare career goals happen.

Seize your opportunity >>


Top Tips & Trends in Travel Nursing

It’s no secret that nursing is an in-demand field, but anyone who has gone on a job hunt can tell you that some places need more nurses than others. The long hours also make vacation time tricky.

Travel the world through work >> 


10 Tips Nurses Need to Succeed in the ICU

Intensive Care is a rewarding, life-changing specialty. It’s also intense, fast-paced and stressful. There are times when you think that you will never wrap your head around it all. You are not alone! Every ICU nurse was like you at one point.

Discover how to survive >>


5 Common Mistakes New Nurses Make

Nurses work closely with other departments and members of the healthcare team. It’s important to find out what their needs are and what common mistakes nurses make to ensure that you are at the top of your game.

Don’t be that nurse >>


10 Tips for Getting Rid of Work Stress

Everyone deals with some sort of work stress. The key to not letting it take over your life is to leave it at work. Fellow nurses have tips and tricks for you on how to de-stress such as exercising and taking up new activities.

Reclaim your free time >>


6 Nursing Time Management Tips

Are you feeling overwhelmed at work? As a nurse, you never know when a shift is going to turn hectic. You’re being pulled left and right by doctors and patients. Learning key nursing time management skills will help you the next time you feel like you’re running around in circles.

Take control of your shift >>


4 Tips for a Lasting Nursing Career

Do you feel like your nursing career is becoming stagnant? Get out of the rut by encouraging growth within your work life. One way to achieve new growth is to attend educational seminars and meet other healthcare professionals through networking.

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A Day in the Life of a Medical Resident

Alexandra Charrow, medical resident at Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital, dives into what a typical day is like working in a hospital. During the podcast, Charrow discusses how she deals with death and how being a medical resident is nothing like what you see on TV.

Listen to the podcast here >>


9 Questions to Ask at Your Next Interview

Interviewing for a new job? Know what you’re looking for and make a list of priorities. Most people are so nervous at interviews that they forget to ask the important questions. Not only is the employer looking for a right fit, but so are you.

Ask the right questions >>


Bad Boss? 6 Ways to Deal Without Quitting

When dealing with a bad manager, it may seem like the only solution is to quit. It can be hard to stay positive when you’re not treated well, but it is important to keep a clear mind. Look at the situation objectively, talk to your boss and try to find a reasonable solution.

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What to Do When You’re Denied a Raise

You finally asked for that raise that you deserve, but your manager says it’s just not possible right now. Make sure to remain calm and keep in mind that this doesn’t mean a raise will never happen. Knowing how to handle this situation properly will only make it better for you.

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