Continuing education benefits both nurses and patients. The wide range of CE courses available at Nurse.com by OnCourse Learning equip nurses with the latest knowledge and information to help them keep their skills fresh and stay aware of cutting-edge trends in patient care.
Generation Z will mostly like enter the workforce quickly and look for other avenues outside of school loans, such as ROTC and employer benefits to pay for education. They also are more mindful of financial issues, future careers and concerned about acquiring debt right away.
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Generation Z may also go with the names of the “Homeland Generation,” iGeneration, Gen Tech, as well as “The Founders.” Members of this generation were born between 1996 and 2015, and some are starting to enter nursing school.
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.
Nurse.com by OnCourse Learning and the Health & Safety Institute are combining efforts to ensure you have access to more resources to enhance your careers, nurse learning opportunities and workplace experiences.
Med-surg nursing has evolved into a highly-respected nursing specialty. Many nurses who work in the field are choosing to pursue med-surg certification as a way to validate their expertise and increase their professional development. But they need to conquer the challenges first.
In the digital edition, called Your Nurse Salary Guide, we present substantive information on what nurses can expect to make and what matters to nurses when it comes to overall compensation.