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How to Become an Emergency Nurse Practitioner

Though it is hard to imagine, just sixty years ago emergency rooms only existed to provide care for true emergencies and were staffed by doctors and nurses who were willing …

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The Ultimate Guide to Nursing Acronyms and Abbreviations

By: Kathleen Gaines MSN, BA, RN, CBC Acronyms and abbreviations are used throughout nursing and the healthcare profession. At times, they can be incredibly confusing, especially because some abbreviations can …

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Getting Your Nursing License in North Carolina

For those who are looking to make their mark in the field of nursing, North Carolina provides an ideal destination for building a career. This diverse state is home to …

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How to Become a Hospice Nurse

Though many think of hospice nursing as a difficult or even depressing job, those who have chosen it as their career speak in glowing terms of how much they love …

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How to Become a Clinical Nurse Specialist

Part One What is a Clinical Nurse Specialist? Clinical nurse specialists are advanced practice registered nurse advanced practice registered nurses who mainly function to improve outcomes regarding patients, nurses, and …

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Massachusetts Nursing Resources

Thinking about working in Massachusetts? Here's everything you need to know about being a nurse in the Bay State. DEMAND FOR NURSES The U.S. Health Department of Health and Human …

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4 Steps to Becoming a Postpartum Nurse

If you love babies and want to spend time caring for them and new mothers, becoming a postpartum nurse may be the perfect fit for you! Postpartum nurses care for …

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How to Become an Occupational Health Nurse

Occupational Health Nurses, also known as employee health nurses, recognize and prevent health effects from hazardous exposures and treat worker’s injuries and illnesses. If you are considering becoming an Occupational …