As skilled healthcare professionals, critical care nurses work in burn centers, trauma centers, operating rooms, emergency departments, neonatal intensive care units, pediatric units, and other medical settings where patients require concentrated care. To be successful, you’ll need to be caring, a team player, intuitive, and adaptable.
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A Career as a Certified Medication Aide is one way to further your studies after graduating as a CAN and acquiring some health care experience. Prospective students completing education can find work in one of many medical or social institutions such as long-term care homes, hospitals, and medical clinics as well as correctional facilities.
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. One of these systems is the direct entry nurse practitioner program.
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?
Below is a list of nursing schools that have lower GPA requirements for admission. Some have a minimum GPA of 2.5 while others may not have one at all. This information can change over time therefore it is recommended that you contact the school to get their latest admission requirements. List of nursing school with... Read more