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Five Northeast schools offer flexible online nursing programs

By Joe Taylor Jr., October 21, 2013

Aimed at working nurses who want to earn promotions, these five online nursing programs emphasize leadership and collaborative research through innovative learning tools.

Five Southeast schools offering nursing programs online

By Joe Taylor Jr., September 10, 2013

Five schools blend technology with teacher interaction to help nurses qualify for better jobs and bigger salaries.

Public Health Careers for RNs

By Caitlin Browne, April 30, 2013

Can You Become a Nurse Practitioner Without a Nursing Degree?

By Justin Boyle, April 29, 2013

The nursing field is growing, and future nurses are wondering: Can you become a nurse practitioner without a nursing degree? We'll answer this question once and for all.

The path to become a Pediatric Nurse

By Justin Boyle, April 18, 2013

Pediatric nurses can help some of the weakest among us become strong. Learn how to become a pediatric nurse. It might just be for you.

The controversy over the Doctorate in Nursing

By Shannon Dauphin Lee, April 15, 2013

What is a doctorate in nursing, and why is it so controversial? This terminal degree could set the stage for higher pay, more prescription power and even independent practice for nurses.

Nursing Over the Next Decade

By Joe Taylor Jr., April 8, 2013

5 Growing Specialties for Nurses

By Kenya McCullum, May 29, 2012

You may consider these five nursing specialties and find out why they're on our list of specialties in nursing.

5 Reasons of Pursuing your BSN

By Jennifer Fink, March 9, 2012

Learn five reasons why pursuing BSN degree might improve your nursing career.

Regis University Online RN to MSN Bridge Program

March 3, 2010

The Regis University Online RN to MS in Nursing Bridge Program may help you to in your nursing career through its Online Nursing Courses. Now you may save time and pursue a MSN degree online.

Paramedic to RN Bridge Program Explained

February 11, 2010

The convenience of online learning may accommodate the busy and irregular schedules of EMS & fire service professionals, allowing paramedics the freedom to study at their own pace, while balancing work and home commitments. 

Case Management Nursing Certification

January 1, 2000

Learn more about a career in Case Management Nursing and browse Online Schools offering Courses in Case Management Nursing.

Could a Nursing Masters Degree Transform Your Career?

January 1, 2000

Karyn Buxman calls the result of getting her master`s degree in nursing "life transforming." Could earning a master`s degree in nursing transform your nursing career too?

Features of a Bachelors Degree in Nursing

January 1, 2000

Discover why and learn how you may pursue your BSN degree online!

Features of Pursuing A Nurse Practitioner Program

January 1, 2000

What are Nurse Practitioners and why would becoming one may be beneficial for my nursing career? Search online Nurse Practitioner programs from various online nursing schools.

Geriatric Care Management

January 1, 2000

If you are interested in establishing a geriatric care management practice dedicated to assuring the delivery of quality care and an optimal lifestyle to seniors, consider this online Geriatric Care Management Certificate program. Get certified in less than 12 months entirely online.

How to Become A Nurse Practitioner Online?

January 1, 2000

This article describes the opportunities and growth options for Nurse Practitioners.

Juggling Work and Nursing School

January 1, 2000

Most online nursing students earn their degrees while juggling a career or family, or both. Know more about Online Nursing Education.

Legal Nurse Consultants Help Make the Case

January 1, 2000

Registered Nurses put your nursing knowledge to use as a Legal Nurse Consultant and may earn around $200. Know more about the online Legal Nurse Consulting program.

Mastering the Core Competencies of Nurse Educator Practice

January 1, 2000

Explains the core competencies of Nurse Educator Practice in easy-to-understand language for nurses interested in a career in Nursing Education.

Nurse Life Care Planner Explained

January 1, 2000

The field of Life Care Planning is a specialized subset of case management that deals with acquired birth injury, catastrophic injury, personal injury, and chronic illness. Learn more about a career in Life Care Planner. 

Nursing Informatics: Helping Solve Nursing Problems

January 1, 2000

This article takes a close look at the field of nursing informatics by examining the three core problems of nursing practice and showing how informatics...

Nursing Is For Real Men Too

January 1, 2000

Nursing is a profession - not a gender, but if it was, most nurses might still be males. Learn about the history of men in nursing and discover the truth that time forgot...

Online Nursing Degrees

January 1, 2000

Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of online nursing degree programs...

Online Paramedic To RN Degree Program

January 1, 2000

Learn about how a Paramedic may advance a nursing career by pursuing an Online RN Degree.

Opportunities for Nurse Educators

January 1, 2000

The most prominent possibility of Nursing institutions turning away applications of qualified applicants is the lack of qualified nurse educators. Explore the opportunities for nurse educators!

Valuable Advice for New Nurse Practitioners

January 1, 2000

FNP, educator, and consultant, Peggy O'Donnell, ANP, BC, MS, RN shares some words of wisdom, tips, and advise for new and prospective nurse practitioners. Find online nurse practitioner programs..

What is Forensic Nursing?

January 1, 2000

Forensic Nursing is fast-paced and exciting, with real issues at stake. Learn about the profession and how you may pursue an online Forensic Nursing course.

Why are Record Number of Applicants Turned Away from Nursing Programs

January 1, 2000

The American Association of Colleges of Nurses reports that in 2011, a record 75,587 qualified applicants were turned away by nursing programs due to either a lack of nurse educators, clinical sites, classroom space and/or budget constraints.

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