5 Leadership Qualities Every Nurse Should Have

In nursing school, leadership and management topics are briefly touched on but generally not taught in-depth. As a nurse you will be expected to show leadership as you work with a team of health care providers collaborating for patient care. For some, leadership skills come naturally, and for others, they are harder sought. Regardless, everyone’s … Read more


List of Nurse Recruitment Agencies for U.S. Based Employment

As the demand for nurses rapidly increases in the United States, due to the bulk of the population aging, a substantial portion of nurses reaching retirement age, and now a global pandemic, nurses from outside the U.S. may consider working here temporarily or permanently. It is common for nursing recruitment agencies to steadily hire foreign-trained … Read more


The Highest Paying Nursing Jobs

Entering the nursing field doesn’t mean you are limited to bedside nursing at your local clinic. In fact, there is a huge variety of careers you can enter into as a nurse, and if salary is a factor, there are still plenty of options. If you’re considering entering the nursing career or are already a … Read more


How the Affordable Care Act Has Impacted Nursing

The Affordable Care Act, more commonly known as Obamacare, made some major waves when it was introduced in 2010. A new answer to the continual issue of healthcare in America, the Affordable Care Act was signed into law as a way of making sure that all American citizens had health insurance, regardless of whether they … Read more


Your Travel Nursing Guide

If you’re a working nurse looking for a change of pace, chances are you have heard about travel nursing. Indeed, travel nursing can be an excellent alternative to the occasional boredom of being a “regular” nurse in a hospital or clinic. To help you out, we’ve gathered tons of the best information to create for … Read more


3 Common Medical Errors in Nursing and How to Avoid Them

It’s fairly common knowledge that no one is perfect, so it’s a good idea to realize now that you won’t always perform your nurse duties perfectly. Even if you graduated at the top of your class and have received recognition for your devotion to healthcare, all while maintaining great nurse-patient relationships and getting along with … Read more


To Join or Not to Join a Nursing Union

There’s no word more divisive in an employment setting as “union.” It makes employers nervous and employees concerned about job security. But sometimes, it is in everyone’s best interest to join a union. If you’ve heard about a local nursing union or you’re looking into joining one, keep reading for some pros and cons of … Read more


Gaining the Respect of Your Co-workers

It is the goal of every person, and certainly every nurse, to gain the respect of the people around them. Respect is a signifier that you are doing your job correctly and that people appreciate you as a person as well as a nurse. But as we all know, respect is earned and not simply … Read more


Nursing Volunteer Opportunities

If you are a current nursing student or recent graduate, finding good volunteer programs is a good idea to start working on. Volunteering can offer you amazing hands-on experience and help you get familiar with the world of healthcare as a profession. We’ve rounded up a few of the best nursing volunteer opportunities that will … Read more


Nursing Faculty Shortage: Why is The Pipeline Dry?

Nursing school is experiencing higher demand than ever before. Hundreds of thousands of candidates apply for some sort of nursing education each year in an effort to become qualified and certified nurses. However, each year, over 65,000 applicants are turned away from entering good programs. This isn’t because they aren’t qualified but rather because there … Read more