National Nurses Week may be over, but National Nurses Month marches on. Chamberlain students across the nation took part in various activities and events celebrating their dedication to becoming nurses as well as the care registered nurses give their patients. READ MORE
Positive stories top nursing news for the end of April. Although seen as an uphill climb, more organizations are recognizing the need to shift to value-based care when treating patients. ADVANCE for nurses has announced the winners of its Best Nursing Teams of 2015. And male nurses continue to enter the profession. READ MORE
You’ve mastered medical calculations, made it through med-surg and conquered your capstone course. Now there’s just one more thing between you and a career as a registered nurse – the NCLEX- RN®.
For a few pointers on preparing for the licensing exam, we spoke with Stacey Kinney, MSN, RN, CNE, Academic Success Specialist at Chamberlain College of Nursing. She suggested students look at the NCLEX as a challenge that requires a dedicated strategy. READ MORE
Pediatrics and diabetes are just two of the in-demand nursing specialties highlighted in the media this week. We bring you these stories and the other top nursing news from the last week below:READ MORE
While U.S. President Barack Obama aims to map the human brain, a nursing blogger will look at the world through new lenses with Google Glass. Read about this and the other top nursing news stories from the week below:READ MORE