Why Choosing The Right Nursing Job is Important for Your Long Term Career Goals

Is nursing a job or a career move for you? Another question you might ask yourself is, where do you see yourself in 5 years? This isn’t just a question you’ll be answering for hiring managers but should be asking yourself as the answers will drive your choice of positions and determine your desire to…


Top Methods for Continuing Your Education With a Family

College students come in all ages today. Attending college or training school directly out of high school often means you are balancing your education against everyday living. However, once you have a family and a job, adding education into the mix can become challenging. How Does Work-life Balance Impact Academics? Maintaining an optimal school –…


Tech Corner: How Technology is Improving Training for Nurses

There are several ways in which technology is transforming patient care. From ordering a pizza to financial security, technology and artificial intelligence are changing the way we live our lives. Medical care is no different. As life expectancy increases and the nursing shortage continues, many hospitals and home care agencies are finding medical technology is…


How to Balance Being a Nurse and Motherhood

Being a mom might be one of the hardest jobs on the planet. When you combine that with being a nurse and caring for other people all day long, you might think that you could not make those two jobs work together. Fortunately, nothing could be further from the truth. While challenging, it is possible…


4 Challenges Every Nurse Faces, and How to Overcome Them

Although nursing is engaging and rewarding, it does come with challenges. It is a demanding profession that requires your dedication and commitment to provide safe patient care for those who have entrusted their lives to your hospital. Your career may be intertwined with some of the same problems healthcare providers have been struggling with for…


How to Resolve Workplace Conflicts

Whether at work or at home, conflicts happen. The difference is at home you have the opportunity to speak openly and transparently with your family. At work, conflict resolution can sometimes take on a political flavor. But whether it’s at home or at work, there are steps you can take to help resolve conflict and…


Top 5 Websites Where Nurses Can Find Advice

It was once difficult for nurses to interact with other nurses who didn’t work at their facility or in their immediate geographical area. But, with the phenomenal growth of the internet and a growing number of resources online, it has become much easier to connect with other health professionals and grow from your shared experiences.…


How to Make Sure You’re Taking the Right Steps to Grow Your Career

The right steps to grow your career may not always be the obvious choices. For instance, you may be faced with a choice between two job options, one of which pays much more money. If the monetary gain is your only criteria to grow a career in healthcare, this might be the choice you make.…


Top 3 Ways to Relate to Difficult Pediatric Patients

Communicating effectively with pediatric patients is not the same as with adults. Although children used to be seen as small adults, psychologists now know they have their own unique developmental and psychological needs. Those very differences mean your pediatric patients will likely react differently than adult patients when exposed to some of the same stressors.…


How to Deal With the Patient Who “Knows Their Own Body”

You’ve been there before. You walk into a patient’s room and they have come prepared to participate in their care, having researched their symptoms and assisted in their diagnosis. Although it’s important to remember your patient is an intelligent human being who is capable of understanding their health challenges, they may not have the full…