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AIS Healthcare Celebrates National Nurses...

AIS Healthcare nurses hold certifications in specialty infusion care and undergo advanced and ongoing clinical training, allowing them to provide patients with the best possible care.

Collette Health Appoints Christine Gall...

Christine Gall will oversee all clinical operations and innovation initiatives to further enhance Collette Health’s commitment to helping hospitals integrate virtual patient safety solutions to prevent falls and adverse events and improve patient outcomes.

AIS Healthcare Celebrates National Nurses Month

AIS Healthcare nurses hold certifications in specialty infusion care and undergo advanced and ongoing clinical training, allowing them to provide patients with the best possible care.

Nursing is Officially America’s Dream Job | So why the Staffing Shortages?

In a study to find out America’s most desirable jobs, analysts at Business Name Generator found that nursing is the most in-demand career in the country. They analyzed over 22,000 search terms related to job seeking to identify the most-searched-for professions. Six of the top 20 most popular jobs are in the healthcare industry.

What to Look for When Choosing an Online MSN Program

If you're a nurse seeking career advancement, a master's degree in nursing can offer specialized skills and training. Earning a master's in nursing can lead to better pay and more favorable work hours. It also broadens your career opportunities, including administrative roles, becoming a practitioner or specialist, or even an educator. Opting for an online master's program allows flexibility without disrupting your job, letting you learn at your own pace, and it fits easily into your schedule, too. This approach...

Linda D Scott Assumes Presidency of the American Academy of Nursing

Linda D. Scott, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FNAP, FAAN, started her term as President of the American Academy of Nursing (Academy) at the organization’s annual business meeting held on October 7, 2023. Dr. Scott is Dean and Professor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing, a role she has served in since 2016. A skilled and prominent nurse scientist, Dr. Scott’s research findings have directly influenced policy and practice related to patient safety and the nurse work environment. Her...

Trish Shucoski Named BayCare’s Incoming Chief Nurse Executive

Trish Shucoski currently serves as BayCare's vice president of customer access and operational excellence.

6 Benefits of Becoming an Aesthetic Nurse

As a nurse, you are concerned about the patient's physical requirements. You lean over graphs filled with blood sugar and biochemical panel results far too frequently. Every day, you treat patients and make remedies. Additionally, you carry out orders and admit and dismiss patients. As a registered nurse, you are unquestionably strong in mending, bandaging limbs, giving prescriptions, and multitasking, among many other responsibilities. Such a profession comes with several responsibilities. To suggest that nursing is a challenging profession could...

Specializations in Nursing: What You Need to Know

The world of nursing is constantly evolving. This is not surprising, since nursing in some form has been around for centuries and exists in every corner of the globe. Nursing is not a one-size-fits-all kind of thing- there are a number of specializations to choose from. There are a number of training options available for nurses. Your path to nursing could include a BSN, ABSN or ADN, which can be completed easier than ever from the comfort of your own...

American Academy of Nursing Honors Exceptional Leaders with Annual Organizational Tributes

The American Academy of Nursing (Academy) will honor Eileen M. Sullivan-Marx, Representative Lauren Underwood, Kevin W. Sowers, Barbara Nichols, Jeri A. Milstead, and Winifred V. Quinn, with the organization’s prestigious annual awards during the 2023 Health Policy Conference, Celebrating 50 Years of Leadership, Policy, and Partnerships, being held October 5-7, 2023 in Washington, DC. Each awardee is being recognized for their invaluable contributions to improve care, advancing health equity, change health policy, and promote the nursing profession.

Things Nurses Can Do to Improve Their Well-being

As a nurse, you are dedicated to providing compassionate care for your patients—but what about yourself? Taking the time and effort to prioritize your well-being is so essential for giving yourself time to relax, recuperate, and recharge. Looking after yourself through maintaining healthy habits like eating nutritious foods, exercising regularly, getting enough sleep each night, and reaching out for support when you need it is just as critical in order to continue delivering exceptional care to others. This blog post...

The Difference Between A Masters In Nursing Education And A Standard Nursing Degree

When it comes to pursuing a career in nursing, there are various educational paths one can take. A standard degree and a masters in nursing education (MNE) offer two directions with unique implications. Let's delve into the details of both degrees to understand their distinctions, components, and potential applications. The Standard Nursing Degree This degree, often represented by a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) or an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN), is generally considered the entry point into the profession....

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