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online nursing graduate programsReal World Advice for Future Nurses

If you're not in health care, you probably picture nurses as nurturing, white-capped, Florence Nightingale-esque healers, feeding patients crushed ice and gently injecting them with painkillers. If, however, you've worked in a medical setting, you know the truth. Nurses are often harried, overworked and caught up in a hierarchical system that may or may not provide them with the respect they deserve. If you can get past the stress and politics, you might enjoy this challenging and rewarding field. MSN degree holder Carolyn Bernstein offers a no-holds-barred look at the field...Read more.

online nursing graduate programsOnline Graduate School for Nurses

Let’s say you’re dreaming of becoming a nurse…but you live in the middle of nowhere, and the closest program is an hour away. Or you’ve got Florence Nightengale aspirations…but your current job or your three kids make it close to impossible for you to attend class. Well, guess what – you can do your nursing degree online!...Read more.

Nurse AnesthestistNursing Specializations | Nurse Anesthestists

Nurse anesthetists play a critical role in providing quality care to patients. Nurse anesthetists provide patient care before, during, and after surgical procedures...Read more.

Clinical NursingNursing Specializations | Clinical Nurse Specialist

Clinical nurse specialists are specially trained nurses who focus on developing skills that enable them to treat a specific patient population or a particular area of specialty...Read more.

Psychiatric NurseNursing Specializations | Psychiatric Nurse

Blending mental healthcare with nursing, psychiatric nurses specialize in caring for patients with mental illnesses and mental disorders...Read more.

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