Nurse Burnout – Signs, Symptoms, And Prevention Tips

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By Keren Avnery, RN When asked, “Why did you become a nurse?”, the statement most nurses made as the reason for entering the nursing profession was that they wanted to care for people.¹ However, in our modern healthcare system, the term “care” has mushroomed into meaning much more than it once did. Nurses today play a variety of roles at the … Read More

3 places to find Certified Nursing Assistant jobs near you

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Completing your training, passing your exam, and being listed on your state’s registry as a certified nursing assistant is only the beginning. Now it’s time to find Certified Nursing Assistant jobs near you. CNAs are in high demand in the following three healthcare settings: 1.) Long-term care and nursing homes This is a great stepping stone into a CNA career. … Read More

Hospital Staffing Model – Are You Using the Right One?

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What is a Hospital Staffing Model? Research has shown that a nurse’s schedule can directly impact patient care and health. A nurse who is stressed because of low staff levels and overworked due to poor scheduling makes more errors and can become burnt out (Heiser, 2016). With so much at stake, it can be difficult for hospitals and nurse managers … Read More

7 Reasons Why You Should Be A Nurse In Massachusetts

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Massachusetts is known for its colonial history, the birthplace of the American Revolution, and thick Boston accents. What you may not know about the Eastern state is that it’s a great place for nurses.  In the United States, Massachusetts is tenth in employment numbers with about 79,500 nurses, however, they are ranked third in the country for salary!

7 Amazing How-To Ways Nurses Can Make More Money [Infographic]

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Although there are probably hundreds of different ways for nurses to make more money, we selected our top 7 favorites for you. The majority of these ways to make more money are an augmentation or extension of your full-time job. They range from continuing an education (specializing your nursing expertise) to even starting your own business.