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Applying For A Nursing School Program

May 28, 2010

When you’re applying for a nursing school program, it may be helpful to check out both local campus programs and online  nursing schools. Accredited nursing schools provide one of four degrees like online RN-to-BSN, Bachelor’s, Associate’s, and Master of Science (MSN). Registered nurses are one of the fastest increasing occupations in the United States, and you’ll need to apply for a nursing school program before you can ever hope to get certification as a nurse and earn a lot of money in this profession.

Online nursing classes are offered by Chamberlain College of Nursing, Kaplan University, Saint Xavier University, … Continue Reading

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Types of Nursing Degrees

April 30, 2010

When considering nursing as a profession there are a variety of different degrees that one can obtain to begin one’s career. Nurses are employed at a variety of different educational levels with all nurses requiring licensing and registration in their applicable state of professional practice. There are a number of avenues an individual can take to begin a career as a nurse.

A licensed practical nurse (LPN) also known as a vocational nurse is what some may consider the entry level area of nursing. Any one considering a career as a LPN must have a general education diploma or have … Continue Reading

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Becoming a C.R.N.A. – Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist

February 24, 2010

By Melanie Ullman
For nurses currently holding a R.N. and a B.S.N. there are many opportunities to step up the career ladder and advance in the nursing profession. Obtaining a graduate level nursing program to become a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist or C.R.N.A. is a great way to expand you nursing abilities and to earn additional income. A C.R.N.A. is a specialized advance practice nurse that is qualified to apply anesthesia. These nurses are in high demand and they make a very good income for the specialized work that they do. If you are a nurse looking to move … Continue Reading

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Accelerated Nursing Degree Programs

October 2, 2009

By Melanie Ullman
Accelerated nursing degrees have become increasingly popular, especially for those practicing nurses interested in boosting their career – and income. Accelerated nursing programs offer the opportunity to advance your professional standing without having to leave your job to attend school.

In the nursing profession a registered nurse is at the top of the pyramid. There are certified nursing assistants, licensed practical nurses and registered nurses. Registered nurses are often in charge of assigning tasks in a hospital or medical situation. Being a registered nurse can be a rewarding and challenging career. Registered nurses can work midnight … Continue Reading

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