The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that buy the end of 2014, between the lack of new graduates and the rate of current nurses retiring, that there will be a shortage of up to 1.2 million nurses in the U.S. health care system. This could be catastrophic, especially as the general population ages … Continued
Colorado Christian University prides itself on offering the next generation of nurses one of the most advanced, comprehensive nursing degree programs in the country. The online RN-BSN degree program is very popular and is designed for currently registered nurses who want to advance and complete their BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing). CCU also offers a regular Bachelor of Science in Nursing, an intensive, state-of-the-art nursing education experience where students are challenged to become compassionate healthcare workers who have dedicated their lives to saving others. Please visit the CCU website admissions pages for RN-BSN nursing degree admissions and the BSN admission requirements as they are different.
No matter what type of nursing experience you have, your professional skills are needed somewhere in the country. Travel nursing is a unique way to bring your expertise to the places you are needed most and to see the country while you practice your profession. How Does Travel Nursing Work? When a hospital or other … Continued
A Noble Calling Those called to the field of nursing have a deep compassion for others. They want to reach out and help people when those people are at their most vulnerable. Today, the term “nurse” can apply to people working at many different career levels. This can include Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and Registered … Continued
While it’s possible to become a registered nurse (RN) with only an associate degree, most RNs soon discover that a Bachelor of Nursing degree (BSN) is a far better choice for their career. Here are five big reasons you’ll be glad you earned your BSN: 1. You’ll Gain Deeper Knowledge The coursework at CAGS Nursing … Continued
One of the major perks of getting your BSN is that nurses are almost always in high demand. People get sick every day of the year, and hospitals need a steady crew of nurses to care for these patients. One of the downsides, though, is that nurses often have to work on holidays, including Christmas … Continued