Nursing Resources

Nurse listing goals and plans for the coming year.

Nursing Plans & Goals

The start of a new year always brings newfound motivation with a heightened focus on New Year’s resolutions, nursing plans, and goal-setting for the future…

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Organ and Tissue Donation and Recovery

As of 2021, 169 million people in the United States have registered as donors. Not everyone who registers as a donor is able to donate. In fact, only 3 in 1,000 people die in a way that allows for deceased organ and tissue donation…

Nursing Programs: RN vs. LPN

Do you want to enter nursing but aren’t sure which program to pursue? Let’s look more closely at the licensed practical nurse (LPN) route and the registered nurse (RN) route. The reason for choosing one over the other will depend on you…

Nurse considers career development

Nursing Career Development

Are you thinking about making a change in your nursing career? It’s important to have clear goals in mind when you’re considering your next steps. Nursing is one of the most flexible and interesting professions to be a part of…

Nurse patiently explaining a diagnosis to an elderly lady.

Cultural Competency and Implicit Bias

By Sheryl Ness, MA, BSN, ADN, RN

Nurses work in an ever-changing environment with many nuances to manage. Each person brings their own values, beliefs, and unique culture with them to work each day….

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Finding Time for Work-Life Balance

By Sheryl Ness, MA, BSN, ADN, RN

Do you find that you’re having problems finding just the right balance between your work and life responsibilities? If the answer is yes, you’re not alone…

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Emotions in Healthcare

What stirs our souls when we watch a glorious sunrise, depresses our mood when facing a disappointment, enflames our passion when we see injustice, or sickens us when we see repulsive behavior? Emotions do. But what are emotions…

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