Are you a registered nurse looking to take the next step in your career? Are you considering becoming a nurse practitioner, but not sure which practice focus to specialize in? Have you been thinking about earning a Master’s of Science in Nursing (MSN) or Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree? If you’re serious about broadening your skills and doing more for the patients and communities you serve, you’ve come to the right place.
Our resource center is intended for current nursing students and working health care professionals who are considering an advanced degree and are passionate about becoming nurse leaders. Here you’ll find information related to online MSN and DNP degrees, nursing trends, professional development and careers. These resources are intended to answer questions as you look to take the next step in your education—and your career—with a Master’s of Science in Nursing or a Doctor of Nursing Practice.
Do you wish to boldly go where no nurse has gone before? Aerospace nurses play an important role in space exploration.
Trauma is the number one cause of years of productive life lost before the age of 75, so optimal trauma care—the type of care provided by trauma nurses, is critical.
Nursing is one of the fastest growing professions in the US, with the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimating half a million new nursing jobs to be added over the next decade.
Whether you’re a practicing nurse looking to take the next step in your career or you’re just beginning to think about entering the profession, there’s no shortage of paths to take.
For many aspiring RNs and NPs, the cost of nursing school is a significant barrier. Here are some resources that will help you if you are considering applying for a scholarship.
Thinking about taking the next step in your nursing career? Want some inspiration to keep going? We browsed through hundreds of nursing blogs and hand selected the top 20 for your reading enjoyment.
Federal and state programs provide various levels of student loan forgiveness for qualifying nurses. Although these loan forgiveness programs will not provide immediate financial assistance, they can ease the burden of obtaining a nursing degree after you enter the workforce.
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