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Online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Program Resources

Reading about nursing and health care helps keep you up-to-date on developments in the field. On this page you will find articles about careers trends, innovations, technology and more. Knowledge can help expand your perspective and create new ideas in class as well as in your professional life.

Top Ways to Communicate in Nursing

Many communication programs focus on delivering bad news, however, Meyer is particularly interested in moving beyond those...


Evolving Role of Transitional Leadership in Healthcare

Changing patient populations influence transformations in health care systems, and currently the industry is in flux. To be...


Where Can I Get the 3P’s?

As a response to the nursing faculty shortage, nursing educators were urged to provide increased opportunities in graduate...


Beyond Clinical: Career Opportunities Outside the Hospital

In our rapidly evolving health care industry, the role of nurses is progressing far beyond the clinical environment and...


Caring for the Caregiver: Creating a Healthy Work Life for Nurses

Nurses tackle many obstacles in their work, each and every day. The stress of a nurse’s job can begin to take its toll on...


Cultural Competency in Nursing Practice

Nursing practice is comparable to a puzzle, a multilayered culture of health care practice that modifies itself with every...


What Does the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Mandate Mean for Advanced Practice Nurses?

The American Association of Colleges of Nursing member institutions recently voted that advanced practice nurses must have a...


EHR Integration into Nursing Practice

How many of you are facing the hard, fast push to adopt some form of electronic health record system (EHRs) or technology-...


Eight Leadership Skills Every Nurse Leader Must Have

As well as being compassionate, patient and caring, as a nurse you also need to be able to demonstrate leadership skills...


Three Ways the Aging Population is Increasing the Demand for an MSN

People are living longer than ever before, even with chronic diseases, and many require long-term health care. This is...


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