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Whether you’re buying your first stethoscope or looking to get an upgrade, the process may feel just as complicated. To make your purchase decision a little easier, I’ve highlighted 20 of the best stethoscopes for nurses and put them in a simple list.
Working as a nurse can be gratifying, but it’s never easy. Wearing compression socks and taking care of your feet is vitally important since you’ll be on your feet throughout 12-hour-shifts, four days a week. We reviewed the best and put them in this list.
These days, it’s not hard to find NCLEX prep books. There are literally dozens of them out there. The hard part is finding the good ones that will help you strengthen your weak areas and boost your score. We’ve created a shortlist of the 8 best NCLEX review books for 2021 and where to buy them.
On your feet all day? Me too. So you’ll agree that having a supportive and comfortable shoe just makes sense, right? I’ve created a list of the top 10 shoes for nurses based on comfort, quality, price, and more.
Working long hours is part of being a healthcare provider. That’s why it’s important to choose scrubs that are comfortable and durable. In this post, I review the top 10 Scrubs for men and women.
It is possible to become a nurse practitioner after getting a non-nursing bachelor’s degree. A Direct Entry nursing program is typically the best path for getting there.
Finding a nursing school with lower GPA requirements can be challenging. That’s why we’ve put together a list of nursing schools that have GPA admission requirements of 2.5 or less. We’ve broken them down by state to make finding the nursing school nearest you, easy.
This guide is designed to help students and nursing professionals like you learn more about nursing volunteering opportunities. Find comprehensive resources and articles, opportunities near you, and requirements for becoming a volunteer nurse.
The US is facing a shortage of nurses and primary care physicians. To help alleviate this shortage, institutions have developed “fast-track” systems to shorten the educational preparation time.
To become a nurse practitioner (NP), students typically obtain a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (BSN) and continue their studies to obtain a Master’s Degree in Nursing (MSN). But how do you become an NP if you didn’t obtain a BSN?