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    Study Tips for Success and Growth in Nursing

    Working in health care, you have to be comfortable with change. It’s an ongoing quest to help patients, and it’s riddled with many different directions. One thing is certain, though. You can’t plateau with your studies, especially when you’re a practicing nurse. Nursing aspirations don’t have to end with an RN degree. If you’re a

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    Celebrate National Women’s Health and Fitness Day!

    Today is National Women’s Health and Fitness Day and that means it’s a good time to take stock of your habits and tweak any that aren’t so good. Look at this day as a time to celebrate your health and to see if you can make any changes to improve it. Try a New Way

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    Hidden Gem: NCLEX Review Course Spotlight

    Are you looking for a course that is affordable, interactive, and self-paced? Well, the NCSBN review course, or the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, may be the right course for you! Notably, Hurst, Kaplan, and Sylvia Rayfield are the most publicized and recommended review courses among nursing students and faculty. Certainly, these review

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    Our Commitment to Diversity

    Minority Nurse Magazine is critical to your diversity recruiting strategy and hiring practices. We are committed to increasing diversity and inclusiveness in the nursing practice.

    We celebrate best practices, honor traditions, and embrace change that advances our objectives of caring for ourselves, advancing our educational and career opportunities, and providing quality health care for our patients.

    This is why we support outreach efforts, like the UNC School of Medicine's Health Professions Recruitment and Exposure Program (HPREP).

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