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Colorado Nursing Resources

Medically reviewed by Kathleen Gaines, MSN, RN, BA, CBC on 1/03/2022 Thinking about working in Colorado? The Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence states “projected increases in demand for nurses due …

Kathleen Gaines By: Kathleen Gaines
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How to Become a Crisis Nurse

A crisis nurse is a nurse that responds to natural disasters or healthcare emergencies and staffs hard-hit areas. Think New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina, New Jersey during Hurricane Sandy, and …

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How to Become a Clinical Nurse Leader

The role of a Clinical Nurse Leader is a relatively new one for the nursing profession. It was developed in 2003 as part of a collaborative effort between the American …

Kathleen Gaines By: Kathleen Gaines
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How to Become a Dialysis Nurse

By: Kathleen Gaines MSN, BA, RN, CBC According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 15% (37 million people) are estimated to have Chronic Kidney Disease. Dialysis …

Kathleen Gaines By: Kathleen Gaines
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4 Steps to Becoming a Telephone Triage Nurse

Considering making the switch to a work from home position? Telephone Triage Nursing could be the right move for you. With the flexibility to work from home, and the rise …

Kathleen Gaines By: Kathleen Gaines
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How to Become an Emergency Room (ER) Nurse

Part One What Is an Emergency Room Nurse? Emergency room nurses, sometimes called ER nurses, trauma nurses, or critical care nurses, are licensed registered nurses that work in a hospital’s …

Sarah Jividen By: Sarah Jividen
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How Much Does a Nurse With a BSN Make?

If you are thinking about getting a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), you may be wondering how much money does a nurse with a BSN make? There are many …

Terri Heimann Oppenheimer By: Terri Heimann Oppenheimer
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How to Become an OB Nurse

Part One What is an OB Nurse? Obstetric (OB) nurses, also known as perinatal or OB/GYN nurses, are healthcare professionals who provide reproductive health care to women and their infants …

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