Networking is one of the top ways to find a job. But successful networking depends on good first impressions – whether you’re making connections during your clinical or practicum, or working the room at a networking event. READ MORE
Sitting on the bus? Waiting to pick up your child from sports practice? Instead of staring out the window, thinking about how much studying you need to do, why not use that time to prepare for the NCLEX®?
Forget about heavy textbooks or unwieldy laptops – all you need is your phone. Dozens of NCLEX apps are available in iTunes® and Google Play™ online stores – here are a few that you might want to check out. Many offer a lite or trial version, so you can test them out before taking the plunge. READ MORE
Melissa Kepley has worked in healthcare since 1993 – first as a certified nursing assistant (CNA), then as a qualified medication aide (QMA) and tech, and finally as a licensed practical nurse (LPN) for the last 14 years. READ MORE
At Chamberlain’s Atlanta campus, Plax Mandibaya, Raphaela Adadevoh and Hope Ragi meet almost every day. They go over their notes from class, break down what they’ve been reading and take turns teaching the others the sections that they know best. READ MORE
As a student in Chamberlain’s Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Educator specialty track, Myria Taylor, MSN, RN, tackled the question that preoccupies educators everywhere: how do we make sure that students understand what we are trying to teach? READ MORE