Nursing come in many forms and settings — correctional, labor & delivery and home carejust to name a few. Each of these settings often has its own unique rules and procedures, beyond the general best practices all nurses know and follow.

So it should come as no surprise that, around the world, healthcare standards and practices vary dramatically from one country to another.

For instance, did you know that, in the Philippines, a significant number of doctors head back to medical school to become nurses?

Find out more about this and other interesting nursing facts from around the world in this infographic put together by Scrubsmag.com.

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Volunteerism is one of the most gratifying ways nursing students can gain hands-on experience by sharing their knowledge and passion for care with others.

Recent research from the Corporation for National and Community Service shows that volunteers are 27 percent more likely to find employment than non-volunteers1.  While volunteerism provides individuals with a potential entry route into an organization where they would like to work, it also yields additional benefits for shaping one’s career path.

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During the summer in Phoenix, temperatures climb into the triple digits for weeks on end – putting the city’s homeless population at risk for dehydration, heat-related illness or even death.

To help address this problem, the Student Nurses Association (SNA) at Chamberlain’s Phoenix campus put together the fifth annual Hydration for the Homeless event on September 14th, 2013. READ MORE