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    • 10 Nursing Programs With High Acceptance Rates
      Posted by erica@diversitynursing.com (Erica Bettencourt) on August 24, 2016 at 3:13 pm

      Nurses are always learning. Whether it’s on-the-job with practical experience or continuing your formal education, you are always on a quest to learn more. Perhaps you’re trying to figure out how to do something better, earn your next degree, improve your relationship and listening skills, or how the latest electronic medical records program works. You are determined to move forward and be your best. If you’re looking to advance your formal education, we offer this article as a source of information on Nursing schools and […]

    • Nursing Specializations
      Posted by Pat Magrath on August 23, 2016 at 2:39 pm

      If you are a Nursing student wondering what Specialty is right for you, please read on. Perhaps you’re an Experienced Nurse thinking about changing your area of focus. If so, this article is for you too. We hope you find it helpful! […]

    • The Human Side of Cancer Treatment
      Posted by erica@diversitynursing.com (Erica Bettencourt) on August 22, 2016 at 6:42 pm

      You must take the time to read this article! If ever there was a tribute to Nurses, this is it! This story is written by an oncology patient who pays wonderful tribute to many Nurses, but also a particular Nurse who took care of her and helped her get through her surgeries and treatments. I think most patients feel this way about the Nurses that take care of them. They don’t always show their appreciation, but this patient took the time to write about her experience. I hope this will make your day. […]

    • Why Is Diversity In Nursing So Important?
      Posted by erica@diversitynursing.com (Erica Bettencourt) on August 19, 2016 at 5:51 pm

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    • OBGYN Shortage Is Extremely Dangerous For Expecting Mothers
      Posted by Pat Magrath on August 18, 2016 at 3:55 pm

      As our population continues to grow, there are increasing demands on our healthcare system to handle the growth in the number of babies born every year in the US. Do we have enough physicians and midwives to handle the demand for medical services? The answer is No, we don’t. If you’re in a major city, the chances of receiving good maternal healthcare increases, but for those in rural areas, it’s becoming very difficult. […]

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