If you are contemplating going to graduate school for nursing, you might wonder how significant the benefits of having a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) are. With your Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, you are already qualified to work as a registered nurse (RN) and even advance to nurse leadership roles such . . .
You have already decided that your caring, compassionate nature and excellent communication and critical thinking skills would make you a great registered nurse (RN). As you start looking into career preparation, you will find that there are different educational paths you can take to become a nurse. In particular, many aspiring nurses start out in . . .
If you are eyeing a career in healthcare, two popular choices are nurse and diagnostic medical sonographer. Nurses care for patients in settings such as hospitals, doctors’ offices and home health services, while sonographers use sonogram or ultrasound technology to create images of the tissues and organs inside a patient’s body. Graduates of nursing and . . .
When you choose a career that emphasizes health and safety, you can protect countless individuals from serous injury. However, there is more than one career path that offers this fulfilling mission, and those career paths tend to be very different. When choosing between a background in engineering and environmental health that allows you to work . . .
Careers in the health industry are consistently in demand. However, students who want to work in healthcare have so many options to consider: doctor, nurse, technician and even biomedical engineer. If you are torn between pursuing a biomedical engineering degree and a traditional medical degree, you need to think about all of the pros and . . .
IMAGE SOURCE As the need for healthcare rises, there will be a rise in job openings for pharmacy technicians, medical secretaries, dental assistants, lab technicians, and imaging technicians. One example is that by 2020, the U.S. government predicts a shortage of between 800,000 and one million nurses. It stands to reason that all of the support and . . .
IMAGE SOURCE Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life. Many have incorrectly attributed this statement to the ancient Chinese sage Confucius. The earliest match located was published in the “Princeton Alumni Weekly” in 1982. This journal quoted a Professor of Philosophy named Arthur Szathmary as . . .
According to the National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists (NACNS), clinical nurse specialists (CNSs) have been a part of the health care system in America for over 60 years. A CNS is an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) who has earned a Master’s of Science in Nursing (MSN) or Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and . . .