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Why Is a BSN Necessary for Nurses?

When thinking about becoming a nurse, one of the critical questions to ask yourself is which path you want to take to get there? A BSN is a bachelor’s degree in nursing, and can provide many additional benefits than an ADN, which is an associate’s degree in nursing. Both can allow you the opportunity to … Read more

Robot Replacing Nurses: Is It Really That Far-fetched?

We’ve been hearing for decades that jobs will soon be replaced by robots. Factories have already experienced a decline in human employment in favor of robotics, and they aren’t the only locations seeing technology encroach on human territory. However, it seems that nursing is a job that simply cannot be replaced by robots, right? After … Read more

The Benefits of Naps and Sleep Rooms for Night-Shift Nurses

Nursing is an occupation that comes with a lot of responsibility, and every action should be taken to ensure that everything goes smoothly. Not only do you have to worry about caring for patients, but you also have to make sure that legal requirements are being fulfilled. In the case of night-shift nurses, sleep deprivation … Read more

What Causes Nurse Burnout, and How Do You Prevent It?

Professional burnout is not limited to nursing, but it cannot be denied that nurses experience this burnout on a particularly painful level. With a job as demanding physically, emotionally, and spiritually as nursing, it’s impossible not to experience at least some level of burnout, whether that’s after months, years, or decades in the field. The … Read more

Is Psychiatric Nursing Right for You?

When it comes to choosing a specialty as a new nursing grad, the process can be difficult and confusing. Like most new grads, you probably have a good grasp on the medical knowledge of diseases, treatments, techniques, and technology, but that doesn’t make the choice any easier. In actuality, deciding which specific field to enter … Read more

3 Reasons Why Obesity Is Common in Nursing (and How to Fix It)

Obesity is a growing health problem in the US. As a nurse, you have probably seen to quite a few obese patients or others who are struggling with their weight. However, as a nurse, you probably also work with other nurses who are overweight. Indeed, obesity is becoming more common in the nursing profession. As … Read more

The Four Basic Personality Types of Nurses

Every profession has certain stereotypes about the people who work in it. But, like with most stereotypes, they aren’t always completely true. While certain professions may attract a certain type of person, the reality is that there are generally a few common personalities that show up at different jobs. Nursing is a field that certainly … Read more