Articles in Career Development - Part 2
Whenever there is a disaster somewhere, at least a dozen e-mails find their way to my inbox from all over the country with the same question: So are going? Read Sherry Jones Mayo, RN, EMTP, DAAETS's moving story about her disaster relief experience.
We asked experienced nurses from all over the country to tell us about the nursing books that inspired them the most. Chosen by nurses from all over the country, these books will inspire and support the professional development of practicing nurses and nu
The Online Paramedic to RN Bridge Program may provide working Paramedics with the opportunity to expand their career options by becoming a registered nurse.
Ever since the 1970's Emergency! series, TV shows about emergency health care providers have popularized the field for ordinary Americans. Emergency medicine has come a long way.
People often think of nurses in care settings like hospitals and nursing homes. However, there are plenty of opportunities for nurses to work independently by setting up private practice. This article discusses three of them.
Patient teaching is a vital aspect of nursing. Learn from one nurse's oversight as she learned an unforgettable lesson about making assumptions...when a patient's life was on the line.
A glance at headlines over the past year will warn nurses that some basic legal knowledge is necessary to avoid lawsuits and claims. This article discusses what all nurses should know, educational resources, and legal career specialties...
This article examines the historical concept of lifelong learning for nurses by examining challenges and problems faced by nurses in the past, and presents solutions that provide today's nurses with unprecedented access to continuing nursing education.