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Advances in technology have made quantitative data more accessible than ever before; but in the human-centric discipline of nursing, qualitative research still brings vital learnings to the health care industry. It is sometimes difficult to derive... more
Queens University of Charlotte is regionally recognized for academic excellence in preparing nurses to be skilled, caring advocates for their patients. Capable nurses possess a combination of critical thinking skills, medical knowledge and... more
When entering the medical field, there are a number of specialties to choose from. Nursing alone encompasses over 100 specialties, from dermatology to forensics. Finding your niche can be daunting, and making the decision to shift from an RN role... more
Clinical Nurse Leaders (CNLs) are helping drive and shape how patients receive care, and an RN, with the right training and education, can quickly move up the career ladder and become a helping hand in positive change. If an RN has a desire to take... more
Nurses deal with a vast number of patients daily, and these patients expect their nurses to know and understand their health and what needs to be done. It is also expected that nurses stand up for their patients and their own ethical beliefs when an... more
Clinical Nurse Leaders and all nurses are on the front line of patient care, and while they are not only responsible for seeing that each individual receives the greatest treatment possible, they are expected to handle a number other... more
There are some exciting new advancements appearing in the field of nursing, a discipline already well known for its reliance on intelligence, compassion and skill. Current licensed practical nurses and registered nurses, as well as nursing... more
There are myriad reasons to consider a career as a Clinical Nurse Leader® (CNL). CNLs are improving quality, safety and patient outcomes across the healthcare industry. These certified clinicians hold a master’s degree and are committed to making... more
Wondering what it’s really like to make the transition from Registered Nurse to Clinical Nurse Leader®? Or how to coordinate with the medical staff and create the best care plan for patients? What kinds of tasks does a Clinical Nurse Leader handle... more

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