As most of you know, continuing education is a fact of life for nurses, whether to expand and sharpen skills, explore other fields of practice or advance to the next career level. But that doesn’t mean the process has to be boring! Check out the unique options below for ideas that are both fun ….
Are you looking to move to a place with plenty of social and economic opportunities? Livability says look at college towns first. Their 2016 Top Ten list runs the gambit from the incredibly artsy and charming Denton, TX to the highly walkable, and urban city feel of Cambridge, MA. College towns are suppliers of educated ….
Summer is winding down, children will be returning to school and some of you will be returning to work after a well-deserved break. Healthcare professionals generally don’t need motivation to return to their calling, but here are a few odds and ends that just might reinforce your innate passion for helping others: Paying It ….
“It All Starts in DC” for Nurses Among its other distinctions, Washington, D.C. has the highest wine consumption per capita, the third lowest obesity rate and the second highest rate of health insurance coverage in the nation. Nonetheless, it is somehow fitting to note as we celebrate “American Heart Month” in February, that our nation’s ….
Nurses have learned all too well that “necessity is the mother of invention”, and some have come up with simple but ingenious tools to better care for their patients. At the inaugural White House Maker Faire, held June 18, 2014, a nurse-innovator was among the honorees. Roxanna Reyna, an RNC-NIC at Driscoll Children’s Hospital in ….
Since 1994, The American Nurses Association (ANA) has formally designated May 6-12 as National Nurses Week, culminating on Florence Nightingale’s birthday. Check out their website for information on their free webinar and other ways to mark this occasion and check out our Pinterest Board of 20 gift ideas…one for each year of celebration. Follow allwrite4u’s ….
The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) is predicting a shortage of more than 90,000 primary care physicians by the end of this decade. Nurse Practitioners may be able to close some of those gaps in service, provided projections of a 30% job growth in the profession come to fruition. They already play a role ….
Even if you are a born leader, being a Nurse Manager is not always an easy task. It requires strong interpersonal and managerial skills to balance financial, legal and personnel needs with providing quality service and successful outcomes to patients. Whether you are a veteran or newly appointed Nurse Manager, the following innovative and informative ….
We all want a work-life balance that enables us to live up to our full potential. Sometimes that includes continuing education, either formal or informal. The growth of distance learning programs has made it possible for healthcare professionals to enhance their knowledge base, complete their degrees and expand their career options, without having to give ….