Continuing education requirements vary by state, but lifelong learning is an infinitely important part of the nursing profession and for keeping healthcare quality high.
Recognizing the warning signs a patient is a victim of human trafficking is crucial in the ED and other healthcare settings. For many victims, the opportunity to escape and receive help comes when they visit a healthcare provider.
Continuing education plays a crucial role for nurses, and our digital edition "Learn About Trends in Continuing Education" offers the latest information to keep you on track.
Need evidence skin injuries are a major concern in healthcare? Consider that 2.5 million U.S. patients are afflicted annually. According to the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, skin injuries cost more than $9.1 billion each year.
A nursing student wants to know what her rights are after being dismissed from her nursing education program four months before graduation. Generally, a nursing student's rights in a dismissal proceeding depends on, if you are in a public nursing education program or in a private nursing education program.
Whether you’re an aspiring nurse or an experienced RN looking to advance your degree and career, Make Higher Education Work for You offers expert advice, resources and tips to get you started on the right path. Our digital edition provides valuable information for your nursing education.
In a Nurse.com continuing education webinar, “Empathy 101 for Nurses: How to Care for Yourself While Emotionally Supporting Others,” Kati Kleber, BSN, RN, CCRN, explains the difference between empathy and sympathy, along with the power of having compassion for patients.
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.