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  1. Germanna ADN Spring 2024

    Not sure if I'll get responses but wanted to see who on here is attending Germanna ADN program Spring 2024.
  2. Candi Williams

    Phasing Out ADN?

    Should We Hire ADNs? or Phase It Out? The national nursing shortage has caused a crucial call for nurses. Nurses are a core part of the healthcare industry. They are the largest professional sector within the healthcare workforce and are essentia...
  3. The demand for registered nurses (RNs) in healthcare has increased over the past several years. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects the job outlook for RNs to continue to increase by 6% from 2022 to 2032, with around 200,000 job openin...
  4. Are you ready to fulfill your dream of working as a registered nurse (RN) in healthcare? The Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) is the quickest educational path to obtaining the RN license without costing you a lot in tuition fees. We've compile...
  5. Deciding to become a nurse is exciting, but it comes with many decisions about school and your overall professional goals that can be confusing. Unfortunately, general searches online about nursing careers might not give you the clarity you need beca...
  6. While there are multiple pathways to becoming a registered nurse (RN), one of the most common is through an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN). Learn more about the degree as we shed light on its significance, the journey to earning one, and its ...
  7. Deciding to pursue your career as a registered nurse (RN) is an exciting time. However, knowing where to begin your educational journey can be challenging, as there are three associate degree programs in nursing available to choose from, among other ...
  8. Hello all, Starting a thread for anyone who applied to Moorpark's Spring 2024 Cohort. Based past cohort threads I am guessing we will hear back from them next week Friday (October 13th) or early the following week. Good luck everyone!
  9. Hello everyone, I'm starting this thread for anyone interested in checking in for latest updates on application submitted for SAC's ADN program. I was searching for an active thread, but didn't find anything. I'm currently waiting for an email on whe...
  10. Becoming a registered nurse (RN) in Alabama involves exploring several educational pathways. Among them, the Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) is one of the fastest and most popular options. Considering this, we've provided everything you need t...
  11. Becoming a registered nurse (RN) in Colorado involves exploring several educational pathways. Among them, the Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN), the Associate of Applied Science (AAS), and the Associate of Science (AS) in nursing are three of the fas...
  12. Ventura College Fall 2023

    I'm start a thread for those who have applied to Ventura College ADN program starting in Fall 2023.
  13. Becoming a registered nurse (RN) in Missouri involves exploring several educational pathways. Among them the Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN), the Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN), and the Associate of Applied Science in Nursing (AAS) are some ...
  14. Becoming a registered nurse (RN) in Connecticut involves exploring several educational pathways. Among them, the Associate of Science (AS) in Nursing is one of the fastest and most popular options. Considering this, we've provided everything you...
  15. Becoming a registered nurse (RN) in Maryland involves exploring several educational pathways. Among them, the Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) is one of the fastest and most popular options. Considering this, we've provided everything you need ...
  16. Becoming a registered nurse (RN) in Colorado involves exploring several educational pathways. Among them, the Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) and Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in nursing are two of the fastest and most popular options. Co...
  17. Becoming a registered nurse (RN) in Arkansas involves exploring several educational pathways. Among them, the Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) is one of the fastest and most popular options. Considering this, we've provided everything you need ...
  18. Becoming a registered nurse (RN) in Illinois involves exploring several educational pathways. Among them, the Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) is one of the fastest and most popular options. Considering this, we've provided everything you need ...
  19. Becoming a registered nurse (RN) in Minnesota involves exploring several educational pathways. Among them, the Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) is one of the fastest and most popular options. Considering this, we've provided everything you need...
  20. Becoming a registered nurse (RN) in Arizona involves exploring several educational pathways. Among them, the Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) is one of the fastest and most popular options. Considering this, we've provided everything you need t...
  21. Becoming a registered nurse (RN) in Arizona involves exploring several educational pathways. Among them, the Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) is one of the fastest and most popular options. Considering this, we've provided everything you need t...
  22. Deciding to become a nurse is exciting, but it comes with many decisions about school and your overall professional goals that can be confusing. Unfortunately, general searches online about nursing careers might not give you the clarity you need beca...
  23. Are you ready to fulfill your dream of working as a registered nurse (RN) in healthcare? The associate degree in nursing (ADN) is the quickest educational path to achieving the RN license and doesn't need to be expensive. For those seeking a qua...
  24. The demand for registered nurses (RNs) in healthcare has increased over the past several years. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects the job outlook for RNs to continue to increase by 6% from 2021 to 2031, with around 200,000 job openin...
  25. If you've spent any time looking into nursing programs, you probably have lots of questions about which degree program will give you the best hands-on experience so you can begin your registered nursing (RN) career. While some leading organizati...

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