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Happy 4th of July!!!

Happy 4th of July!!!

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On this July 4th as we celebrate the 237th anniversary of the founding of the United States, be sure to thank those men and women in uniform that keep our principles and freedoms alive. Not only should you give thanks to the battlefield warriors who are laying their lives on the line but also those(…)

Five Traits That Nurses Need

Five Traits That Nurses Need

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  If you are thinking about becoming a nurse, you may wonder what traits that nurses need to be successful.  Of course, a willingness to help people is almost mandatory, but that isn’t the whole story of what it takes to be a nurse.  Nursing requires many traits that other professions may overlook.  Aside from the ability(…)

Which RN Degree Is The Best Choice For You?

Which RN Degree Is The Best Choice For You?

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  If you have decided that becoming an RN is the correct career choice for you, you may be wondering how to approach schooling.  Many schools offer some form of nursing or medical track.  If you choose to be a registered nurse (RN), though, you have even more choices to make.  The truth is that(…)

Overview of LPN-LVN Programs

Overview of LPN-LVN Programs

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If you are looking for a career in the healthcare industry that provides flexibility, a nice income, stability, and the ability to make a positive difference in the lives of others, then you may want to consider becoming a practical nurse. If this sounds like something you are interested in pursuing, here you can find(…)

Registered Nurse Job Description

Registered Nurse Job Description

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Part of the registered nurse job description is to apply the nursing process to assess, promote, and restore patients’ to a functional level of health. As an important part of the multidisciplinary team, registered nurses care for the whole individual; providing compassionate, restorative care for patients and their families. In addition to patient care, RNs(…)

A Typical CNA Job Description

A Typical CNA Job Description

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The CNA job description provided by most employers and nursing schools generally makes mention of things like “assisting with patient care” and “supporting the LPN/LVN or RN”. While this is certainly accurate, it is often a bit too vague to provide much insight to someone interested in becoming a certified nursing assistant. For this reason, we’ve provided(…)