3 Ways to Move Your Nursing Career Forward

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3 Ways to Move Your Nursing Career Forward

Take classes, grow your professional network, get involved

By Elizabeth Scala, RN, MSN, MBA

Nancy has been working as a psychiatric nurse for 27 years. Lately, she has been feeling something unusual: She lies in bed before getting up for work each morning, dreading her upcoming shift.  It isn’t the patient care that she hopes to avoid. It is not even the team or support staff that she no longer enjoys. No, this is something different: She feels stuck. For a few months, Nancy has been bored. ...

This Month's Book Pick

The New Nurses Survival Guide: 50 Tips to Survive and Thrive as a New Nurse

The New Nurses Survival Guide: 50 Tips to Survive and Thrive as a New Nurse

Reviewed By Christine Contillo, RN, BSN, PHN

Having graduated nearly 40 years ago, I can hardly call myself a new nurse, but since my job responsibilities in the past ...

California Nursing Specialties

Trauma Response Team: Interview with Mayra Osuna, RN, BSN, TCRN

Trauma Response Team: Interview with Mayra Osuna, RN, BSN, TCRN

Providing medical treatment and crucial outreach services

PICU Education Manager: Interview with Jessica Klaristenfeld, RN-BC, MSN