If you follow healthcare news, you have likely heard about the nursing shortage across America. As the number of people in need of care have increased, the growth rate of our nurse population has slowed. The inability for nurse supply to meet nurse demand has led to a widespread nurse shortage that has no immediate end in sight. Why has … Read More
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
Ever wanted to become a travel nurse, but weren’t sure how to do it? Travel nurses are in high demand – they have some of the most comprehensive knowledge of hospital systems of any nurse type. Not only do you get the benefits of going to new places, but travel nurses gain invaluable and varied professional experience wherever the jobs … Read More
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 You Should Be A Nurse In Massachusetts 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 … Read More
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.
Burnout in nursing is no joke. You became a nurse because you wanted to take care of people, make them better, and help them return to normal life. You are on your feet for 8-12 hours a day and there is never enough time (our resources for that matter) to take care of your patients the way you would like … Read More
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