Forensic Nurse Jobs and Salary

Forensic Nurse Job Description To become a forensic nurse there are certain requirements that must be met. Typical requirements to obtaining a forensic nurse job are: Must be AHPRA registered You must have a minimum two years recent continuous clinical … Continue reading →

Are there lots of jobs for Nurses in Australia?

There are lots of nursing jobs, but will an online school give you what you need for a nursing career? There are approximately 3,000,000 Registered Nurses in Australia. That may sound like a lot but in actual fact; there is … Continue reading →

The many benefits of a nursing career

There’s no shortage of nursing schools offering course-work for those who aspire to become a part of the ever-growing healthcare industry. These certified nursing schools will not only train you to become a professional nurse but many offer post graduate … Continue reading →

The future of nursing: nursing home jobs

According to the occupational outlook guide, the nursing profession is among the fastest growing of all career paths. Within nursing, the single specialty expected to grow by leaps and bounds is gerontology. The aging of the baby boomers has increased … Continue reading →

Nursing continuing education for the 21st century

One need only to scan a newspaper or read a weekly magazine to be astounded by the number of stories about new medical breakthroughs, disease processes, emerging threats of disease, or innovations in medical and health care technology. The world … Continue reading →

Nursing, the next 10 years, a brief overview

general outlook for nurses The outlook for individuals considering entering the nursing field is excellent. Registered nurses, or rn‘s, make up the largest number of health care workers in the country. In addition, registered nurses will make up one of … Continue reading →

More men in nursing: is trend enough to solve shortage?

More men in nursing: is trend enough to solve shortage? Higher wages and job security are prompting more men to enter the field of nursing. According to a vanderbilt university school of nursing study, the number of male nurses in … Continue reading →