From helping students in an online RN to BSN program to enhancing patient care in specialty units, there’s an app for just about every aspect of nursing.
Working full-time as an RN is no small feat — you likely dedicate a large amount of your personal time, energy and resources to your job as you care for patients on a daily basis.
Earning a nursing degree requires you to do more than simply learn the best nursing practices and understand what your patients need in a clinical setting.
The scene is a familiar one. An RN checks on the last of six patients she’s covering.
If you're a registered nurse (RN), you may be wondering whether you still have the desire to provide one-on-one patient care in a hospital or clinic environment for the rest of your career.