Published on 2012-11-23 08:26:43
Going to school is challenging. Having a family is challenging. Being a spouse, parent, or just an adult working a full time job and maintaining a home is challenging. Though when you put all those things together and decide to start an RN brid
Published on 2012-11-16 08:16:33
Obviously there are a lot of reasons to earn an RN degree. One of the most important would be for the great career opportunities. RNs are in high demand and as the population grows and ages, that demand is going to increase. Whether you chose t
Published on 2012-11-09 08:07:31
Once you make that decision to start an RN bridge program, there are a lot of things to consider. Perhaps the most important of these is which type of program you want to pursue. There are a lot of different colleges and universities to choose fr
Published on 2012-05-29 04:37:22
Published on 2012-01-10 11:15:31
Credit by Examination award students credits that go toward earning an associate’s college degree, bachelor’s degree or college and vocational certification. Students take the examinations needed in their chosen field of study, which tests their knowledge in the subject. Testing sites throughout the US sponsor The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) and Advanced Placement (AP) [...]
Published on 2011-12-27 15:11:53
RNBP is in the news: The U.S. Nursing Shortage Leads to Training Reform for Busy Learners
With a national vacancy rate for registered nurses at more than 4 percent, the demand for nursing education programs to support the nursing profession, like RNBP , are critical. According to the U.S. [...]
Published on 2011-12-19 22:26:33
“Social media use is ubiquitous, but inappropriate posts by nurses have resulted in licensure and legal repercussions. NCSBN has developed guidelines for nurses and nursing students for using social media responsibly. Key points of these guidelines are summarized, along with dramatization of potential scenarios of inappropriate social media use.”
Published on 2011-11-17 12:39:05
With RNBP you will earn your ASN-RN degree entirely through assisted self study, video instruction, live virtual lectures and by earning college credits through examination. As a healthcare professional you already have clinical experience, practical skills and academic credit that you can use toward an RN degree. After having your past college credits evaluated [...]
Published on 2011-10-27 11:59:04
The NCLEX is the most important exam that you’ll need to take in your career as a nurse. Need to prepare for the NCLEX review? Follow these tips to ensure that you are getting the most from your NCLEX Review.
Know the exam. Become familiar with topics, format, and types of [...]
Published on 2011-09-26 09:42:31
When you transition from a nursing student to a working nurse, it’s important for the process to be as seamless as possible. Consider the following tips before beginning your first nursing job.
Ask About First-Year Nurse Turnover Rates
High turnovers are an indication of how the employer treats first year nurses. Generally you want to work at [...]
Published on 2011-05-05 12:36:25
If you are thinking of making the transition from LPN to RN you will find this article informative and motivating. Registered nurses make up 60% of the medical field because they work in every area of medicine.
The most familiar role of the registere
Published on 2011-03-06 13:49:51
One of the most crucial provisions in the healthcare reform act that is important to the careers of nurses is Obama’s promise to increase funding for the education of nurses. Nursing organizations have been carefully monitoring the status of he
Published on 2011-02-02 19:58:01
Although the current recession has resulted in tremendous downsizing and job losses across the country, at least one career path has flourished. Registered nursing continued to add jobs and saw salary increases at the same time many other industries
Published on 2011-02-02 16:09:34
The nursing profession has been considered to be a traditionally female dominated field. However, while it is true that males currently only make up about 5% - 8% of the nursing workforce, this number reflects a 71% increase over the last 20 years.
Published on 2011-02-02 15:44:25
We are so blown away with the progress our members are making (and how quickly they are making it) so we decided to start rewarding all the hard work by giving our members $20 off a month of their membership for every passing exam they fax to us!
Published on 2010-11-21 11:51:01
Prime-time television shows seldom present occupations accurately and the nursing profession is no exception. Shows like “Nurse Jackie” and “Grey’s Anatomy” create popular portrayals of nurses as dramatic, emotional, and
Published on 2010-11-01 15:31:08
Many nurses have found themselves in the position where they are ready to make the transition from working for hospitals and clinics to becoming a successful and in-demand registered nurse entrepreneur. LPN’s and RN’s both have found that
Published on 2010-09-07 17:28:19
Distance education first began in 1852 with the Pitman Shorthand Training Program. Women learned shorthand at home and corresponded with instructors through the United States Post Office.
By the late 1800’s, International Correspondence Schools tra
Published on 2010-09-03 20:35:15
105-2 Respiratory Oxygenation - This video focuses on Oxygenation, complications affecting the intake and transport as well as alterations in the cellular demands such as apnea, dyspnea, hypoxia, fatigue, factors that influence them, signs and s
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Nursing is the noblest profession to choose and if you are driven by the passion of helping people then this is the profession to be in. Of course, passion alone probably isn’t your only driving force in becoming a Registered Nurse. My