Nurse Practitioners: Ranked #2 for Top US Jobs in 2017

The jury has reached its decision on nursing jobs in 2017; according to U.S. News and World Report Best Jobs Rankings for 2017, nurse practitioners hold the #2 spot in terms of their pick for the best 100 occupations in the United States. Their corresponding ...

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A Medical Improv Activity: Breaking Tension & Improving Communication

Posted on: 01/18/2017

Happy New Year! 2017 is ringing in with all sorts of possible changes in healthcare and nursing. Whether you are excited or worried or both, the uncertainty can contribute to ...

Meet Kathy Quan: Influencing Nurses for Over Thirty Years

Posted on: 01/04/2017

Kathy Quan has been a nurse in home health care for over thirty years. She was also a field nurse who then moved into the roles of nursing supervisor and quality improvement ...

Top 10 Hospitals To Work For In Washington State

Posted on: 01/04/2017

There are millions of rankings out there that tell you where the best hospitals are for patients, but what about the best hospitals for nurses? Nurse.org conducted extensive research from ...

Meet Nacole Riccaboni: Helping Nurses Thrive

Posted on: 12/28/2016

Nacole Riccaboni is a passionate registered nurse who enjoys helping prospective, new and experienced nurses through her YouTube Channel and blog, Nurse Nacole.  In this interview Nacole discusses her nursing ...

Nursing During The Holidays

Posted on: 12/19/2016

Being a nurse during the holidays can be a mixed bag. Since nurses work in an enormous variety of clinical and non-clinicals settings, every situation will be different; one common ...

Meet Beth Hawkes: A Nurse's Nurse

Posted on: 12/15/2016

Beth Hawkes is a career advice columnist, writer, speaker, educator and subject matter expert with a long and successful career in acute care. She blogs about professional development and all ...

Meet Nachole Johnson: "Renursing" The Industry

Posted on: 12/05/2016

Since she began her nursing career in 2001, Nachole Johnson has accumulated a wealth of experience in infusion therapy, urgent care, cardiovascular ICU, travel nursing, and many more nursing fields. ...

The Trump Presidency - What Does It Mean For Nurses?

Posted on: 11/09/2016

By Nurse.org Staff Writer     Hopefully you’ve been able to pick your jaw up from the floor after last night’s surprising (some would even say shocking) results served up ...

What Nursing Specialty is Best for You? The Results are In!

Posted on: 11/07/2016

By Michelle Wang Here at Nurse.org, we care about all of our nurses and soon-to-be nurses and want to get to know you better. We also want to help you ...

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