Every day, nurses exhibit confidence in their practice. Traits like this while essential to patient care can help job seekers grow their nursing careers.
As you’re headed into your nursing interview feeling prepared for the questions you will be asked, don't forget you can ask questions of your own.
Given two very similar job candidates, the candidate who nails the interview will likely land the job. These interview tips can give you the edge.
When you reach a crossroads in your career you have two choices: stay in your current comfortable job or accept an exciting, new position with more complicated responsibilities. Learn salary negotiation tips to earn more in either job.
As nurses, you often are forced into situations that require managing conflict even though you dislike dealing with it. Read this article to learn strategies to manage confrontations instead of resorting to your No. 1 back-up strategy — avoidance.
Becoming a nurse manager wasn’t a planned career move, but I liked managing and leading a team and was good at it. I enjoyed the close interpersonal exchange and found that I loved fostering an empowering environment.
Changing nursing specialties is not easy, but it’s sometimes necessary. Whatever your reason for seeking something new, here’s a step-by-step action plan for moving toward your more utopian practice.
No one can discount nurses' initial education or denigrate experience. But nurses also need to acquire knowledge and expertise to anchor present practice and stay marketable into the future. This is why Nurse.com by OnCourse Learning recently published the “How to Use Lifelong Learning for a Lifetime of Success” e-book.
Just about anyone who has a planned career trajectory will encounter a difficult boss, a supervisor who, for whatever reason, seems to be on a different page than you are. Read strategies for handling these troublemakers.