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Western Governors University (WGU) Intake Interview

Western Governors University (WGU), an online school formulated for busy adult learners who already... Read More

Mental Illness Can Be Terminal

In light of the much publicized 20th anniversary of the suicide of rock star Kurt Cobain, increased... Read More

Warning Signs Associated With Degree Mills and Scam Schools

The number of diploma mills in the US is on the rise as prospective students seek to take action... Read More

Tips To Handle Nursing School While Employed Full-Time

Whether you're a traditional student or non-traditional adult learner, nursing school can be one of... Read More

For-Profit Schools That Offer Online Nursing Programs

For-profit schools have become increasingly popular choices of educational completion with nurses... Read More

What do I HAVE to know to pass NCLEX?

by GrnTea

I taught in the Kaplan NCLEX review course for years. Whatever resource you use to study, make sure... Read More

I Want To Be A Nurse, But My Grades Aren't Competitive. Help!

Do any options exist for people who want to be nurses, but have noncompetitive grade point averages... Read More

Is Online Learning Appropriate For You?

If you are thinking about enrolling in an entirely distance-based program or just one online... Read More

What To Look For In An Online Nursing Degree Program

Are you thinking about enrolling in an online nursing degree completion program? To find a program... Read More

Managing It All: Non-Traditional Student Tips

Nursing school will make you question your every intention, second-guess your ability to... Read More

Nursing Degrees: The Practical Nursing Diploma (LPN)

The majority of licensed practical nurses (LPNs) in the US have been educated and trained at the diploma / certificate level. The most common entry... Read More

To Be (Monitored) or Not To Be (Monitored)

by dianah

Should all ICU and tele patients be monitored when leaving the unit for procedures? If not, which absolutely should be monitored and for which... Read More

allnurses Reaches 800,000 Member Milestone

Out a dream that a nursing student had almost 20 years ago, an online nursing community has grown into the largest networking site for nurses and... Read More

Hybrid / Online LPN Programs

An increasing number of people want to complete the practical nursing program via online learning. Still, no online practical nursing programs exist... Read More

Deployed Army Nursing: 101 Things I Learned While Deployed

As many of you know, I recently spent nine months in Afghanistan. For those of you who don't know, I'm an Army nurse in the ER specialty category. I... Read More

Affordable Online RN-to-BSN Programs

Are you a nurse with a diploma or associate degree and a desire to further your education without accumulating a staggering amount of student loan... Read More

Never Give Up on Your Dreams

Feeling hopeless about getting into nursing school? Experiencing repeated rejections or major medical issues that seem to be blocking your RN dream?... Read More

Challenging your own beliefs

Giving care to a palliative patient when you're not yet a nurse allows for reflection. Do you really practice what you preach, or are you just giving... Read More

Online MSN Program - West Texas A&M University

What if you are an RN who wants to attain a graduate degree in nursing, but you have no interest in becoming an educator or nurse manager? Are you... Read More

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