From Nurse Keith’s Digital Doorway
In the world of nurses and nursing, it can feel like we are told what we “should” do with our careers much more often than what we “could” do. While the difference can seem subtle, it is actually something that …
Many nurses often refer to the profession of nursing as a “calling”. For others, it is “just a job”. How do you approach your nursing career?
This week marks National Suicide Prevention Week. If you are interested in joining the fight to stop suicide, one of these careers in mental health might be right for you.
Standing out from the competition is paramount, and a nurse sitting in an interview has to deliver what makes him or her the ideal candidate for the position in question.
If you’re a nurse preparing for a job interview, here are some helpful sample answers to the common questions you might be asked.
Even if you aren’t job hunting right now, the question, “What is your biggest fear?” is an excellent way to assess your career hopes and plans.
Job interviews can be nerve-racking, but you can calm some of that anxiety by doing these four things before your interview.
Although long stereotyped as women’s work, more and more men are breaking into the field of nursing.
Whether you’re in nursing school or have just finished your first year on the job as an RN, you may be wondering if there are any non-hospital job opportunities for nurses out there.
Travel nursing is an extremely popular career route for nursing professionals across the globe.