How to Succeed un an Online Nursing Program

Success in most things is largely dependent on an individual’s ability to self-motivate. But, the tips below can be used as a blueprint to help you succeed in an online nursing program. Manage your time wisely Online students face a lot of distractions. For one, your classes are on the Internet—just a click…

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Nursing Symbols, Test Yourself

The number of years you’re practicing the profession doesn’t guarantee you know it all. If you’re feeling confident, put your knowledge to the test and see how well you’ll do. Ready? When you’re a nurse, you come across these symbols several times in a day. Tell us how you did!…

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LPN, RN and BSN Fast-Track Nursing Program! Study Online Now

About ENI!! Erudite Nursing Institute® (ENI) is a Medical Career College that is owned and operated by Medical Career Specialists, which has been effectuating educational excellence in Healthcare since 2000. Previously, all ENI programs were made available exclusively to hospitals, caregiving facilitators, and other medical organizations wanting to train their staff…

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5 Fun Facts About Nurses

Have you ever wondered how many nurses make up the entire country’s population? Or which country provides the U.S. with the most nurses? We’ve rounded up the answers below. 1. Nurses could take over a country…hypothetically. Nurses who actively work in nursing in the United States make up 0.76 percent…

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Administer Meds Without a Doctor’s Order? Proceed With Caution​

Administer Meds Without a Doctor’s Order? Proceed With Caution​ Registered nurses generally should administer medications only with a physician’s order. Only certain advanced practice nurses have prescriptive authority, and their qualifications, as well as the type of drug and the amount they are allowed to prescribe, vary from state to…

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Beware! 5 Diseases Common To Nurses (Nursebuff weekly)

Nurses are supposed to look after their patients, assist them in their recovery and make sure that they are well. Unfortunately, during the process, it’s inevitable for nurses to compromise their own health. Before they know it, they are already coughing, running a low grade fever and feeling unwell. These…

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Nurses In Uniform: Is It Okay to Wear Scrubs In Public?

Nurses In Uniform: Is It Okay to Wear Scrubs In Public? (NurseBuff weekly) Frankly, no. While scrubs come in different colors, styles and patterns, these are not enough reasons for you to flaunt them out of your workplace. Not only is it considered a major fashion blunder, it can actually…

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20 Fun Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About Nursing

The Nursing profession has a very rich history. Numerous personalities, significant events and important statistics fill up the timeline of this great profession. Here are 20 interesting Nursing facts you may wish to bring along for inspiration. 1. The nurse cap is patterned after a nun’s habit to keep the…

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5 Ways To Bring Back Joy In Nursing!

5 Ways To Bring Back Joy In Nursing By: Lorie Brown 1.Begin in gratitude. When I wake up, I think of all the things that I am thankful for. This makes me smile and feel good. Some days, I’m thankful for just waking up. Other days I have a long…

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#SorryImNotSorry: 5 Things All Nurses Should Never Apologize For

By: Elizabeth Scala I’m all for a good apology. There’s no harm in saying ‘I’m sorry’ when it’s appropriate. Why do I agree with admitting, speaking up for and accepting mistakes? Apologizing is a part of letting go. When we hold onto ‘things’ too long, they start to take a…

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