The Ins and Outs of Patient Abandonment

The Ins and Outs of Patient Abandonment ​​​​​​ As a nursing student, you know that you should never “abandon” a patient. But what exactly is patient abandonment? And how do you protect yourself from being accused of this type of unprofessional conduct? When a nurse deserts or neglects a patient…

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From Student to Scrubs: 5 Ways to Land the Job

From Student to Scrubs: 5 Ways to Land the Job (NurseBuff weekly newsletter) It’s clear that the journey to receive your bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) degree is no easy feat, especially if you take a moment to reflect on all the prerequisites you have undertaken. Over the last…

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New Year? What About New Opportunities?

Paula Gibson Jan 3, 2017 Instead of trying to “fix” a few habits, that may be helpful, why not take an opportunity at the start of a new year to assess a bigger picture: your career. There can be no doubt that things happen during any year that influences changes…

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Get Hired! 4 Tips To Strengthen Your Nursing Resume.

Get Hired! 4 Tips To Strengthen Your Nursing Resume By American Sentinel posted on 12/5/16 www.nursetogether.com For nurses, at any stage of their professional careers, a strong resume is still a must in the 21st-century nursing employment marketplace. There are many ways to strengthen a resume, and it’s prudent to…

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What Is The Salary Of A Nurse Graduate?

There are many different salary determinations for a nurse graduate, it is best to research and look around before committing to the job. According to Bureau of Labor Statistics, nurses earn different amounts depending on their capacities of work. Here is the peak of the salary levels of nurses in…

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State Licensing Website, including fees

I found this list today on www.nursetogether.com Here is a look into the state licensing including fees and time frames. http://www.nursetogether.com/state-licensure-applications-fees

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10 Principles All Great Nurses Follow (written by Sue Heacock Jan,12 2012)

10. Be true to your patients. Remember why you originally chose the profession of nursing? To help people. Be true to this goal and remind yourself everyday that you are there to provide the best patient care possible. This means not coming to work sick or calling off at the…

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Nursing as a growing career

According to the American Nurses Association, there are more than 3 million nurses nationwide; this number has more than doubled since 1980, and the employment rate for nurses has risen more than 10% during the same period. The Bureau of Labor Statistics notes that nursing careers are projected to grow…

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Experts Predict Brilliantly Sunny Job Outlook for Nurses

Though many college graduates experience difficulties when attempting to enter into their field of study, experts indicate that a nursing degree is among the most valued and sought after diplomas in America. “Despite concerns about new college graduates finding employment in today’s tight job market, graduates of baccalaureate nursing programs…

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