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  • Careers in Nursing - What Are Your Options?  By :
    Whether you are just starting nursing school or are close to receiving your nursing license, assessing the potential job market is always important. Considering how competitive the nursing field has become, asking yourself questions about the kind of person you are, the kind of nurse you hope to be and what you may be able to do for patients can be crucial. The following are some of the options you will want to consider.
  • Is Being An In-Home Nurse Right for You?  By :
    These days, the options for nursing are numerous. Due to the fact that people are living longer lives, there is more need for nurses in a variety of situations. Many people do not want to live out their days in a nursing home, or, they have a spouse that is still able to live on their own, so a separate living arrangement is not desirable.
  • Applying for International Nursing Vacancies  By : Kip Goldhammer
    International nursing vacancies are en vogue today because of the several perks they include, such as the extremely high pay, the great boost to the resume it brings, and of course, the chance to visit a foreign country.
  • 3 Tips for Making Nursing Career Decisions  By :
    Every profession requires a special type of person to perform the job. For example, not everyone is cut out to be a firefighter. That job requires you to function well under severe stress and be able to change strategies at a moment's notice. The same thing applies to people in the medical field. Not everyone can tolerate dealing with and helping people who are very ill or in a great deal of pain.
  • Patient Communication-Why Nurses are so Important in the Hospital  By :
    You could ask anyone who has ever had to spend time in a hospital about the importance of nurses. While their answers may vary, the chances are very good you would hear one repeated theme. Nurses are important because they are the ones who know first hand the importance of patient care. That's not to say that doctors aren't aware of the procedures they perform or of their individual patients' conditions.
  • Choosing a Nursing School and Knowing Your Options  By :
    Every generation of college students face the challenge of picking an institution of higher learning. With so many majors to choose from and the number of excellent schools in this country, the choices can be overwhelming. When you factor in the growing trend of non- traditional students entering or re-entering the classroom, the choices are even more diverse.
  • Balancing a Nursing Career with Family Life  By :
    It doesn't matter if you are single or married, or whether or not you have children. Every person in any profession has to learn how to cope with the stresses of their job as well as balance a family and social life. For people in the medical field, this can be especially trying. People in need of medical care don't stick to a schedule. As a nurse, you aren't always able to work Monday through Friday until 5:00 pm each evening.
  • Finding a Scholarship for Nursing School  By :
    When you're ready to start your nursing career, you will need to go to school to get the proper training. But when you see the costs associated with the schooling, you may become a little hesitant to continue the process. School is expensive, that is true. There are, however, scholarships available to those that are dedicated to looking for them. Often, many of these scholarships go un-awarded because no one has attempted to apply. But with this information, you will know where to look to
  • The Importance of Quality Footwear When Entering the Field of Nursing  By :
    When you're a nurse, you can often feel like you're on your feet for hours at a time - and you probably are. Whether you're moving from patient bed to patient bed, or from exam room to exam room, you're constantly putting stress and weight on your feet throughout the day. It's no wonder that so many medical grades of nurse shoes are on the market. This kind of footwear helps the nurse stay comfortable, prevent personal injury, and increase their longevity in the field.
  • Three Things to Consider When Entering the Field of Nursing  By :
    When you make the decision to become a nurse, you're joining a profession with a long history of selflessness. Caring for others in their darkest times is something that is both rewarding and challenging. To best prepare yourself for your role as a nurse, you might want to consider these three things before you get started.
  • Patient Perspectives - Does Wearing A White Lab Coat Affect How You Are Perceived?  By :
    There's nothing more intimidating for a patient than to see an unknown medical professional walk into the room. Whether the patient is in for a routine medical exam or to find out the test results of a biopsy, a patient that is sitting there waiting for someone to come in is going to be nervous. Someone in a white coat is going to talk with them and give them information that may affect their life.
  • Three Things to Consider when Considering Nursing as a Career  By :
    You have decided to become a nurse. You can picture yourself looking crisp, efficient and professional, nursing some poor sick person back to health. Or, perhaps, you see yourself in the operating room.
  • The Nursing Shortage: Why Nursing is the Growth Area of the Economy  By :
    Nursing is one of the fastest growing careers in the United States. Over the next few years, nursing will create the second largest number of jobs among all occupations.
  • Funding Your Nursing Degree  By :
    If you plan to go to nursing school, you need to think ahead. Attending college or university is expensive. As it is an investment in your future, consider the matter carefully.
  • From White Dresses to Printed Scrubs the Evolution of Nursing Uniforms  By :
    The origin of nursing uniforms is uncertain. One proposal considers the convents as the source. Nuns were the original nurses. As a result, their somber black and white outfits inspired the plain clothing worn by successive caregivers.
  • Medical Assistant and Nursing Tips  By : Josh Stone
    Here is a combined list from many sources in which medical workers were asked to share some handy tips that made their job easier
  • A Peek at Nursing as a Career  By : Hege Crowton
    We need more people to choose nursing as a career. There is a national shortage, so the career choice would guarantee future employment fresh out of school.

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