The art of organization is essential in many facets of life, but especially important when planning a research project. It doesn’t take long to learn a lack of organization can quickly hinder the research process, along with creating unnecessary stress. If you are like most, the initial intention to stay organized is there, but implementing … Continue reading 5 Tips For Keeping Your Research Project Organized
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If you are considering a nursing career, I congratulate you on a wise choice. The employment opportunities for registered nurses are expanding. New roles and specialties are being realized and the demand for healthcare services is increasing. Whether you are considering nursing as a second career or you are early in your working life and considering your college options you will still face one large issue – How to pay for your nursing education?
Being admitted to a nursing program is one of the most exciting times in a student’s life. That excitement is quickly replaced by questions of how to afford continued learning. There’s no question that nursing school is expensive. Tuition and program costs add up. But continuing your education does not have to put you into thousands of dollars in student debt.
As a starting point to identify your area of interest, the concepts of person, nursing, health, and environment (known as the meta-paradigm of nursing) are broad areas. From each concept, a researcher can drill down to a specific patient population, specialty of nursing, category of health care problem or particular context.
We’re putting a stop to these rumors here and now. These nursing myths have to go away and we’re here to say why. These four common misconceptions about nurses deserve to be debunked!