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Tips for Writing an Effective Nurse Resume

Effective Nurse Resume

Few positions remain as constantly in demands as those for qualified nurses. However, there are a lot of qualified nurses constantly looking for better positions. This means that you will face a lot of competition whenever you apply for the most desirable positions. The main thing you need to do …

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What is a Medical Assistant?

A need for qualified health care professionals is currently on the rise. Baby boomers are growing older, babies are born every day, and more and more individuals are in need of medical assistance. If you have a desire to help others, love learning, and want a career with flexible and …

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Nursing Resume Examples

Now that you have made the decision to become a nurse, it is now the time to pick a nursing career. There are so many nursing specialities for you to choose from, so we have created a resource that explains the different types of nursing career options and nursing resume …

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Revisiting the Issues and Changes in Gerontological Nursing

gerontological nursing

Most of the advanced countries today, like the United States of America and Europe, have an increasing rate of aging population. By 2030, America will have 72 million older adults, with the oldest old (individuals 85 years old and older) comprising the fastest-growing cohort of the elderly population. With the …

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Interview with a Geriatric Nurse/Instructor at NYU

Considering a career in geriatric nursing? With the increasing aging population and more people living longer with complex diseases, a career in geriatric nursing can offer you job security and countless opportunities to positively impact the lives older adults. For a closer look into geriatric nursing I asked Fidel Lim, …

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Interview with Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Dana Greer Part 2

Q: What made you decide to go to school to become a nurse practitioner? A: I wanted to further my career because I love working in pediatric endocrinology and there is a nationwide shortage in our field.  I also wanted to have a higher salary range so that I could …

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Interview with Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Dana Greer Part 1

Q: Can you describe your current role? A: I began working with Dr. David Jelley in pediatric endocrinology in January 1993 as his registered nurse.  Prior to that, I worked at Saint Francis Hospital in the float pool from 1988 to 1991 and then transferred to home health.  A fellow …

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Interprofessional Collaboration in Nursing

interprofessional collaboration

If you will be able to provide a caption for the cartoon below, what would it be? I know you are thinking of failure to collaborate between healthcare professionals that can lead to poor healthcare services. Poor communication has also been identified as the primary factor of both medical malpractice …

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Interview with a nurse/career development coordinator

With the growth of emerging specialties in nursing, nurses are faced with an array of new career opportunities.  While there is still a predominant need for nurses to work in traditional settings such as hospitals, long-term care facilities, home health, and education, various health care trends have presented nurses with …

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