Guest Post By Drew Cloud
Working as a nurse is a career that allows you to help others and give back to the community. It can also open you up to many lucrative opportunities. Unfortunately, there is a drawback to becoming a nurse, and that’s the large student loan balance... Click here to continue.
As exciting as it is to start a new job, everything always seems so overwhelming. It does not matter whether you are a new graduate or experienced nurse.
You may get an orientation to where the lab is and all the floors, but when you’re done with your preceptor, you... Click here to continue.
Have you met people who go through life with no goals in mind? I’m sure you have. Do you admire their lives? I know you don’t. People who have no goals in life seem to be going around in circles.
Goals give you the motivation to grow and provide... Click here to continue.
After completing nursing school, you’ll be excited about your first job. When you begin work, you’ll attend an orientation program and try to do everything your preceptor tells you. This however, is not the only person who will model how things are done; for you to succeed, you want... Click here to continue.
By Lorie Brown RN, MN, JD
When we go to get our driver’s license, we are tested on the rules of the road. When we go to nursing school, we are taught how to be a nurse and tested on how to be a nurse, not the rules we... Click here to continue.
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