Geriatric nursing generally refers to nursing pertaining to care of older adults. Geriatric nurses work in organizations such as acute care hospitals, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes and retirement homes. It provides information about the key factors that affect the health... Read More
2016 seems to be a lucky year for the international students in Canada, including nursing students, for that matter. While in the last year, changes done in the immigration regulations were not a good news, this year the international students in Canada have good reasons to sit... Read More
As technological advancement continues, exciting new career specializations also makes its way. One such specialization is Nurse Informatics; this area of nursing integrates healthcare and computer sciences with information technology.... Read More
Let's explore some of the benefits of travel nursing in Canada. What’s the major difference between travel nursing jobs in Canada and anywhere else? Well, if we talk about United States, the assignments are general 13 weeks long, however, in Canada; you have the option to pick the assignment as per your needs. They can be as short as 1 week to as long as 1-2 months. The longer, of course, the better for nurse managers.
Let’s start with knowing how you can become a registered nurse. Well, there are two ways you can think of to become a RN by entering into an Associates (2 year) or Bachelors Degree (4 year) nursing program. After completing the study and the clinical work for either program, you can then take the state board examination become licensed to start your practice. However, there are few things you need to take into consideration while choosing which way to take, such as -
What if we tell you all about a nurse practitioner, right here? We often get a bunch of questions about every single thing related to nurse practitioners. Where do they work? What all healthcare services do nurse practitioners provide? Can they replace other healthcare professionals?
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