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ADN vs. BSN in Nursing: The Pros and Cons

Nursing is one of the few professions that offers multiple ways to earn a license. Prospective nurses can either earn an associate degree or a bachelor’s degree and still enter the field as a licensed nurse with similar salaries and experience levels. However, students should be aware of the pros

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Using Mindfulness to Improve Your Nursing Practice

As nurses, part of our training is to accomplish a set of tasks with each patient throughout the shift and it’s easy to get caught on autopilot. Much of nursing is a task-oriented but needs the art of touch to complete the quality care. Focusing on completing tasks is important

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Organ Procurement and What Nurses Need to Know

As the backbone of healthcare, nurses are right there at the forefront in the process of organ procurement and transplant. Sometimes they are members or representatives of a transplant team and other times they are the unit or floor nurses involved in the education of patients, family members and even

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What Are North Dakota’s Nursing CE Requirements?

If you are a RN or a LPN in North Dakota, you are required to complete 12 CE hours every 2 years. If you are a APRN, you are required to complete 12 CE hours every 2 years. If you hold prescriptive authority, you are required to complete 15 CE

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Violence Against Healthcare Workers: Do We Prosecute our Attackers?

Violence is often accepted by healthcare providers as an unavoidable part of the job. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the rate of workplace violence faced by healthcare workers was four times that of private industries between 2002 and 2013. Violence against staff members is a daily threat against

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25 GIFs That Only Nurses Will Understand

Being a nurse is like being inducted into one of the most hardworking and frequently tired families. It builds a bond between nurses where no matter where you are in the world, you have much of the same shared experiences. Here are 25 of the most relatable nursing experiences that

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Surviving Your First Nursing Mistake

Every nurse makes mistakes — it’s simply inevitable. And when you make your very first mistake, it can feel overwhelming, shameful, and like the end of the world. In most cases, your first mistake will not be your last, and how you respond that very first time can set the

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Which Nursing CEUs Will Help Me Make More Money?

Continuing education for nurses is a requirement for re-licensure every 2-3 years in an ever-growing majority of states as well as Washington DC and US Territories. State boards of nursing recommend, and state legislators set the rules as required by local laws to protect the citizens of their state or territory. The

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Your Complete RN to MSN Guide

Nurses who want to prepare themselves for career growth and future professional opportunities continually improve their skills, education and credentials. Advanced skills give them the flexibility to move from bedside to nursing leadership and to pursue different types of specialized patient care. For registered nurses or a BSN (Bachelor of

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