10 Ways That Nursing Has Changed Over The Years

Nursing has come a long way over the last few decades, and many of the advances in healthcare are attributed to advancements in nursing. From innovative treatments and technologies to more specialized roles and improved patient safety standards, nurses have been at the forefront of shaping modern healthcare. Here are ten ways that nursing has changed over the years:  1. … Read More

Why More Nurses Should Have an MSN or Doctorate Degree

What is an MSN? An MSN is a Master of Science in Nursing. It’s an advanced degree that provides nurses with the skills and knowledge necessary to practice within their specialties, such as pediatrics or geriatrics. An MSN program will provide specialized education around topics related to one’s chosen field of study, such as public health, informatics, and leadership. It’s … Read More

Social Media 101: 5 Crucial Tips For Nurses To Play It Safe

Social media posts can get you into trouble! if you’re not careful! You’ve put a lot into becoming a nurse, and it would be a shame to have your name or position in jeopardy because of something you posted on the internet. It’s vital for nurses everywhere to stay safe when using social media—that’s why we’ve created this blog post … Read More

How To Become A Nurse Blogger/Social Media Influencer

Nursing is a rewarding and fulfilling career, but it doesn’t always have to be restricted to the hospital setting. Becoming a nurse blogger or social media influencer is an excellent way to share your knowledge and experience with other nurses and the public. Read on to discover how to become a nurse blogger and social media influencer. Start Your Blog … Read More

What do CNAs do?

Certified nursing assistants (CNAs) are an integral part of the healthcare team, providing primary care to patients in hospitals, nursing homes, and other medical settings. Their duties include helping with bathing, grooming, feeding, and providing emotional support to patients and their families. Keep reading to learn more about what CNAs do and why they are necessary for all healthcare settings. … Read More

What does an LPN/LVN do?

Are you considering becoming a licensed practical nurse (LPN) or a licensed vocational nurse (LVN)? If so, you may wonder what exactly the differences are between an LPN and an LVN. This career path has a few different names, with some subtle distinctions. Understanding the differences can help you decide which career path to pursue. What is an LPN/LVN? An … Read More

What is Long-Term Care?

As a nurse, you have the opportunity to work in a variety of settings. One is long-term care. There are over 65,000 long-term care facilities in the U.S. According to the National Institute on Aging, about 70% of adults over 65 will require some long-term care services at some point in their lives. In this blog post, we will define … Read More

New Challenges in Nursing: Tips to Excel

Nursing is a challenging profession that is always evolving. As a nurse, you are constantly faced with new challenges, whether keeping up with the latest medical advances, dealing with staffing shortages, or managing stress and burnout. This blog post will look at some of the most significant challenges nurses face today and offer tips on how to excel despite them. … Read More

What Do Registered Nurses Do? 

Nursing is one of the most critical and challenging professions in the world. There are different levels of education and licensing for nurses. An RN, or registered nurse, is a nurse who has completed an accredited nursing program and has passed the NCLEX-RN exam. An LPN, or Licensed Practical Nurse, is a nurse who has completed a practical nursing program … Read More

How to Choose a Nursing Specialty: New and Experienced Nurses

Choosing a nursing specialty can be difficult, whether you’re a new nurse or an experienced nurse. There are so many specialties to choose from, and it’s hard to know which is right for you. Here are some tips to help you choose the right nursing specialty for you: What is a Nursing Specialty? Over 1.75 million registered nurses are working … Read More