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What No One Tells You About Nursing School

Posted by Athena Career Academy on Jul 11, 2018

 

Anyone who is thinking about nursing school is no doubt considering all that a nursing career can offer, whether it be the fact that nursing jobs are always in high demand or the fact that being a nurse can be incredibly rewarding.

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Topics: Practical Nurses, Nursing, Nursing Education, Practical Nursing, Nursing School Preparation, LPN to RN

Hospital Jobs That Don't Require A Degree

Posted by Athena Career Academy on Jul 3, 2018

 

Looking for a rewarding career in which you can help people but that will provide some stability as well? If so, you might be considering something in the medical field. However, you might be a little wary about having to go to school for four to ten years before you can get your first job.

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Topics: Phlebotomist Technician, Practical Nurses, Nursing, Clinical Medical Assistant, Medical Coding and Billing, Practical Nursing, LPN to RN

Top Nursing Programs: How To Decide?

Posted by Athena Career Academy on Jul 2, 2018

If you're in search of a career that can be extremely fulfilling on a personal level but that will also provide some job stability, then you might want to consider going to nursing school. Nurses are always in high demand and this won't change any time soon -- especially as the elderly population is expected to increase significantly in the coming years.

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Topics: Nursing, Nursing Education, Toledo Ohio Nursing School, Practical Nursing, Nursing School Preparation, LPN to RN

How to Study for Nursing School

Posted by Athena Career Academy on Jun 19, 2018

Nursing school can be challenging.  Sometimes is can seem overwhelming when you are trying to manage home and work responsibilities on top of your nursing studies.

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Topics: LPN to RN

What Is a Research Nurse and Where Do They Work?

Posted by Athena Career Academy on Jun 7, 2018

If you're looking for a career that will not only provide steady work, but one that will allow you to help people and that will be fulfilling as well, then you might want to consider enrolling in an LPN-RN program in order to become a nurse. 

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Topics: Registered Nurse, RN, LPN to RN

Communication is Essential to Being a Nurse

Posted by Athena Career Academy on May 22, 2018

 

To be a successful nurse, excellent communication skills are required. Nurses act as the hub of communication, relaying and interpreting information between physicians, caregivers, family members and patients.

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Topics: Nursing, Practical Nursing, Nursing School Preparation, RN, LPN to RN

5 Fastest Growing Nurse Specializations

Posted by Athena Career Academy on May 17, 2018

 

A nursing career can offer long-term job security. Nurses are in demand and the career is projected to see an impressive 16% growth through 2024. But, nursing is also a career with endless possibilities.

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Topics: Registered Nurse, RN, LPN to RN

3 Factors that Make Nurses the Backbone of Hospitals

Posted by Athena Career Academy on May 10, 2018

Nursing is a career that plays an important role in society. Nurses do their best every day and every night to provide quality, safe care. Throughout their shift, nurses constantly check on their work and the work of others to ensure patient safety.

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Topics: Nursing, Nursing Career, LPN to RN

What Not to Do in Your LPN/RN Program

Posted by Athena Career Academy on Apr 18, 2018

Congratulations! You’re now successfully enrolled in nursing school. Before you know it, you’ll be preparing for graduation and anxiously filling out job applications at a wide variety of medical facilities. But in the meantime, it’s important to make the most out of every opportunity you get, both in and out of the classroom, in order to graduate nursing school successfully.

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Topics: Nursing, Nursing School, LPN, LPN to RN

Preventing Nursing Burnout Before Your Passion Fizzles Out

Posted by Athena Career Academy on Apr 16, 2018

Burnout is a common occurrence in most job fields today. No matter the profession, workers find themselves mentally, physically and emotionally exhausted from the stresses of their jobs. Although job responsibilities vary between professions, burnout often looks similar across the board. According to business research group The Conference Board, 49% of Americans reported that they were unhappy with their jobs in 2016.

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Topics: Nursing, Nursing Career, Practical Nursing, LPN to RN