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I Hate Home Health Nursing

Public Health Nursing: Role and Responsibilities | USAHS

I’ve been a nurse for over 20 years. I have seen the good, the bad, and the ugly of home health nursing. It’s not all fun and games! Sometimes it can be downright terrifying. Home health nurses are often caught in a tough position between patients’ family members who don’t …

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Do You Have To Be A CNA Before RN

What is a CNA and what is a RN? | 2nd Family

There is a lot of debate on whether or not you have to be a CNA before becoming an RN. Some people believe that the experience of being a CNA is essential in order to become an RN, while others think that it isn’t necessary at all. In this blog …

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Is Radiology Tech School Harder Than Nursing School

FAQs: Radiologic Technologists & Radiologic Technology School

It’s a common misconception that Radiology Tech School is harder than Nursing School. In fact, the two schools require different skill sets and knowledge. While Nursing School may be more difficult in terms of memorizing material and completing clinical hours, Radiology Tech School is definitely not easy. It takes years …

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Continuing Education Online - CME / CEU / CE - NetCE

It can be hard to know what kind of continuing education is best for you as a healthcare professional. Do you need credits that will allow you to maintain your license? Or are you looking for something more general that will keep you up-to-date on the latest advances in your …

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What is a nursing capstone? 

Convincing BSN Capstone Project Ideas from Our Pro Service

Capstone nursing courses act as a bridge between the finishing of the school period and the start of a new career that allows all students pursuing a nursing career to put the knowledge they have learned into practice. Towards the end of their training, nursing students complete capstone. However, not …

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What is the difference between TCRN and TNCC?

Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC) Certification | Project Heartbeat

What is TNCC? If you are pursuing a career as a nurse, you must know that the TNCC course is quite daunting. TNCC stands for the trauma nursing core course. This course surveys and evaluates trauma patients. As new nurses, it is their first opportunity to see what has happened …

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Are America’s top nurses legitimate?

Celebrities You Didn't Know Were Also Nurses | Reader's Digest

Nursing is inevitably a “behind the scene” domain. The nurses certainly do daily hard work for the sake of patients to look after them and take proper care of them. They often work in the timeless switches standing on their feet for twelve hours or more than twelve hours serving …

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Barkley np Review

Barkley Adult Gerontology Primary Care NP Home Study Package Manual and 12  Audio Cds by Barkley | Goodreads

Your dream of being a certified nurse is not far away. You just need the right guidance and a good mentor. The times are gone when you kill your dreams for the sake of others. Now you can pursue your dream with the help of the Barkley and Associates Nursing …

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What is a pie chart in nursing? 

The Infamous Pie Chart: History, Pros, Cons and Best Practices - Infogram

PIE chart in nursing refers to the acronym that stands for Problem, Intervention, and Evaluation. Pie chart in nursing is a method to eliminate the requirement of traditional care plan of nursing by adopting the ongoing patient care plan into an everyday document. Pie charting refers to the problem or …

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Best Floor for a Grad Nurse

25 Tips I Wish I Knew as a New Grad Nurse - Nurse Money Talk

Introduction There are so many questions about where your nursing degree will lead you and which type of nursing is best for you. How patient you are will have an effect on where you start out in your job. They want to get their feet wet in the workplace so …

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