With the shift in graduate preparation of advanced practice nurses to the doctor of nursing practice (DNP) degree, more nurses than ever before are earning the title "doctor," but that has some physicians worried it may confuse patients. READ FULL STORY
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One of the great strengths of the nursing profession is the variety of career paths, specialties and work environments from which a nurse can choose. The opportunities available to nurses only continue to expand, driven by a number of trends. READ FULL STORY
Meaning "per day" or "for each day" in Latin, per diem nursing has evolved into much more than an RN taking a daily hospital shift here and there. Today, nurses can make it their full-time career and work in a variety of unique specialties and clinical settings. READ FULL STORY
ECRI Institute researches the best approaches to improving the safety, quality and cost-effectiveness of patient care, and their sixth annual Health Devices Achievement Award has recognized the work of three facilities excelling in these areas. READ FULL STORY
Recent economic woes have caused many nurses to take a hard look at their financial stability and find ways to maximize their earning power. One solution is professional development--acquiring advanced skill sets, specialty certifications or advanced degrees. Nurses can also use skills and experience they already possess to build successful businesses. READ FULL STORY
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