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Nurse Anesthetist Salary and Career Opportunities

Salary Overview Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA) are nurses with advanced degree (master’s Degree) and advanced training who specializes in administering and monitoring patients receiving anesthesia. [Articles-PB-Top] While admission to …

10 Non-Bedside Nursing Job Ideas

Medically reviewed by Chaunie Brusie, BSN, RN on September 15, 2021 Hospitals will always need bedside care, but more and more nurses are looking for jobs beyond the hospital, especially …

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist Careers

For Registered Nurses (RNs) who are seeking an advanced career that offers high earnings potential and highly specialized patient care, look no further than becoming a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist. …

How to Make Technology Work for Your Nursing Career

Gone are the days when nursing was just about hands-on patient care and manually filling out medical charts all day long. Today’s nurses are not only skilled health care practitioners, …

Why I Couldn’t Sleep When I Heard About the Miss Colorado/“The View” Controversy

by Rachel, Seattle area RN As I was perusing Facebook one night last week, almost ready for bed as I had to work at 7am, I came across an article …

How to Become a Public Health Nurse

Amidst an ongoing pandemic, COVID-19, public health nursing is one of the hottest rising fields in healthcare. Public health nurses have the opportunity to make a global impact by responding …

APRN - Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Jobs

What Does An Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Do? Registered nurses (RNs) who have completed advanced clinical and educational requirements can become Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs). There are currently approximately …

5 Nursing Specializations that will Transform or Advance your Nursing Career

Written By: Dawn Papandrea When you think of nurses, you probably envision people dressed in scrubs attending to patients, taking vital signs, filling out charts, and providing other bedside care. …

PMHCNS - Psychiatric and Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist Jobs

What Does A Psychiatric and Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist Do? A psychiatric and mental health clinical nurse specialist (PMHCNS) is a registered nurse (RN) with advanced education and clinical …

Criminals Beware: Forensic Nurses Are On The Case

Written By: Lee Nelson When Vikki Vodosia met the little six-year-old boy to do his exam, she was taken back by his politeness and sweetness, especially after all the horror …

3 Ways Better Communication Leads to Better Scheduling

By Nurse.org Staff Writer No matter what industry you’re in, scheduling hourly workers can definitely be a hassle. This rings especially true for the healthcare industry, just because of the …

Top 10 Nursing Specialties - Voted By Nurses!

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 …

Pediatric Nurse Career Guide

Becoming a nurse is truly taking on a career in caring, perhaps even more so for those who decide to specialize in pediatrics. These admirable nurses provide care to children …

Five Ways To Keep Social Media From Hurting Your Career

By Beth Boynton, RN, MS It’s no secret that the political landscape has left many people -- including nurses and other healthcare professionals -- feeling concerned as the country becomes …

Misplaced Loyalty: Staying When It's Time To Go

By Keith Carlson, BSN, RN, NC-BC For a nurse, workplace and employer loyalty is a concept that can be important in terms of feeling a sense of belonging and meaning …

Where Am I Going?  The List of Hospital Unit Acronyms Every Nurse Should Know

Getting around a new hospital can be confusing, especially for newer nurses who have so much to learn and don’t yet know the acronyms designated for certain areas. If your …

Meet Craig Erickson: Keeping It Real For Nurses

Craig Erickson, RN, BSN graduated from the University of Minnesota School of Nursing in 1986. He has been a critical care nurse for 27 years, with most of that time …

Meet Megen Duffy: Not Nurse Ratched

Writer, editor, nurse, and a passionate voice of the nurse community- meet Megen Duffy! In this interview, she talks about how her experience of nursing seeps into her passion for …

How To Read An Electrocardiogram (EKG/ECG)

Updated: 4/6/2020 Regular, irregular, fast, slow, wide, narrow, stable, unstable. Does looking at a 12-lead EKG put your own heart into a lethal rhythm? Nurses are usually the first ones …

The Best Career Advice From 30 Leaders In The Nursing Field

Ask a nurse you admire how they got to where they are and more often than not, they'll point to a mentor or preceptor who helped them along the way. …

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