3 Choices for the Best Resume

Whether you are a recent graduate hitting the job market or an experienced nurse looking for something new, a polished resume is one of your best assets. But how do you know exactly what makes a polished resume? Is it worth it to do it on your own or is it better to...

5 Ways to Boost Your Bank Account

Feeling underpaid, undervalued, and overworked? Nurses make up the largest single component of hospital staff. Even though nurses comprise the majority of staff personnel, adequate compensation remains at the top of the list of issues voiced by many nurses. With the...

5 Ways to Celebrate National Nurses Week

National Nurses Week is well underway, but there’s still time left to take advantage of some great events and get involved. 1. Learn with a Webinar Today, the American Nurses Association is offering a free, live webinar, Culturally Congruent Care: Why Diversity...

Rally for National Nurse-to-Patient Ratios on May 12

Every May, National Nurses Week brings an opportunity for nurses nationwide to unite, share their pride in their profession, and have their voices heard about any concerns. This year’s National Nurses Week theme, “Culture of Safety…It Starts With You” focuses on the...

Twitter for Professional Use

Many have spent time addressing the misuse of social media by health care professionals. True, there are dangers of using social media without a policy in place, but my guess is that there is no lack of policy at your facility. Please review your facilities’ policy...

5 Ways to Reduce Your Student Loan Debt

While student loan debt has become a real problem among American adults, a recent study from the Urban Institute shows that college debt falls disproportionately on borrowers of color. In fact, 42% of African Americans ages 25 to 55 carried student loan debt from 1989...
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