• Registered Nurse
    Career,  Higher Education

    10 Benefits of Online Over Campus-Based Nursing Degrees

    The demand for good nurses today is higher than ever before, leading to a significant increase in the type of nursing education programs that are available. Whether you’re a high school student applying to college and want a career that allows you to be there for and care for others or are considering a complete career change and feel that nursing is your calling, there’s now more choice than ever before to consider when it comes to deciding how you are going to get your degree.

  • Hospice Nurse Care
    Corporate Law,  Health Literacy

    How to Get a License For a Home Healthcare Business

    If you’re looking to start a venture that allows you to help people and have a positive impact on their lives, then it just might be that the at home healthcare business is for you. The great news is that this is the best time to start one as the pandemic is keeping people out of their doctor’s office and stuck at home. Home healthcare is among the largest growing industries in the world right now.

  • Nurse Career

    What Does It Take to Succeed in Nursing?

    For anyone with an interest in the medical profession and patient care, nursing can be an attractive career option. With the opportunity to work directly with patients and across a number of fields, nurses have a range of varied career choices and can achieve great job satisfaction.

  • Registered Nurse
    Career,  Higher Education

    5 Steps to Become a Registered Nurse

    Are you interested in becoming a registered nurse (RN), but aren’t sure of the steps to take to get started? That’s ok. Pursuing a new career can be daunting and hard work, but it’s easier if you have a plan that you can follow. Keep reading to learn the five steps to become a registered nurse. 1. Decide What Kind of Nurse You Want to Be The medical field is highly competitive, and it’s important to find a niche you will excel in. Therefore, this step is significant to determine where you want to go in your career. With an RN degree, you qualify to work in: Physicians’ Offices Registered…

  • Doctor Patient
    Health Literacy

    Tips to Find a Perfect Job in the Medical Field

    As the growing population continues to age, the world needs an increasing number of healthcare providers. This is good news for people looking to find a job in the medical field. With a large number of openings across the country, how do you find the perfect job? How to strengthen your application so you get noticed by these positions? Here are tips for finding a perfect job in the medical field!

  • Nurse Baby
    Health Literacy

    Nursing Career Advancement: Taking The Next Step

    Being a nurse for a living means that you’re a caring and compassionate person who loves to help others, and the world certainly needs more of your kind. Yet, caring about others doesn’t restrict you from caring about yourself as well – in fact, it will be difficult for you to apply your skills where it’s needed the most if you don’t spend some time on thinking about your next move. Even if you’re not ready today to take the steps needed to get to the next level in your nursing career, it’s good to be informed about the different options out there. It doesn’t matter when you feel like…

  • Doctor Nurse
    Health Literacy

    Doctors vs. Nurses: Ultimate Showdown

    It’s often claimed that being a doctor is one of the most rewarding careers you can take on. Nursing, on the other hand, is quietly forgotten as a job that is still quite good but not exactly on the same level. Is this true? To find out let’s compare the two jobs and figure out which really has the upper hand. Pay If you’re interesting in making money, you should become a doctor. They make nearly four times as much as the average nurse. Nurses can still rise to high levels of salary, and they can do it in a shorter amount of time. But they’ll never reach the absurd…

  • Surgery

    How to Take Care of Yourself after a Surgery – Recovery Tips to Follow

    Surviving a surgery is only one half of the story. You will feel no pain during this process since you will be unconscious. The real struggle and pain is usually felt after the surgery when each and every body movement begins to hurt. Just because you had an operation, it does not mean that you are in the safe zone. You need to take care of yourself after the surgery in order to make sure that you obtain full recovery.

  • Medical Student Laptop
    Medical Technology

    Healthcare Students – Data Management Is Important

    Preparations for medical school are no joke. In order to simply prepare (and be a competitive candidate) you need a strong academic background in biology and chemistry as well as supplementary courses such as psychology, physics, environmental health, etc. Performing at the top of the class is difficult enough, but there are other considerations to take into account including volunteer hours, independent projects, and MCAT studying. Amidst all of these preparations for medical school you still may have forgotten something. You many not have even considered the growing importance of electronic data management within the healthcare profession. Sure, adding one more thing to your already very full plate may seem…

  • Healthcare Expenses
    Health Literacy

    Health Literacy Goes Hand in Hand with Financial Literacy

    Finding the time to develop a thorough understanding of our personal finances and gaining a financial literacy is something we all strive for. Having it can provide us with a lifetime of cost savings and financial benefits. Although we take our finances seriously, many of us fail to consider one of the greatest tools in saving ourselves money, time, and a great deal of pain: our health literacy.