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Women Dominate Nursing Field, Yet Men Make More

Even in an occupation that women overwhelmingly dominate, they still earn less than men, a study of nurses found.The gender gap for registered nurses' salaries amounts to a little over $5,000 yearly on average...

Apply To Medical School With An Undergraduate Nursing Degree

Nurses can go on to become physicians or advance practice nurses boarded in particular fields, such as family, acute care or psychiatry. These paths are not simply a shift within the same profession, but a momentous alteration in one’s position in medicine. Nurses implement the orders of a physician, whereas physicians and nurse practitioners ​create the orders.

Georgetown University Researchers: 1.3 Million Nurses Short By 2020

Any relief found in the news of a narrowing of the so-called physician gap may have just been offset by word of a major shortage of nurses brewing in the U.S.

Hospital Treats Nursing Stress With Courses In Mindfulness

Caring for patients can be “organized chaos,” nurses say. As the foot soldiers of health care, they function at the pressure point, the front lines of the war zone, where “you have to be flawless.”

Staffing Firms Hire 25% More RN Jobs In 2014

Nursing and IT jobs are those most likely to require the support of third-party recruiting agencies to be filled, according to research released today.

Got ADHD? You May Live A Shorter Life

People diagnosed at 18 or older were more than four times likely to die young, compared to the general population. And, startlingly, the death rate for women with ADHD was about double that of men with the disorder.

Nurses Signing Bonuses Start Again- First Time Since Recession

Here is a sign that nurses are demand. A senior living center is offering a signing bonus to nurses hired for a new program at a free bed rehabilitation hospital, and the nearby senior living community, in Grand Rapids.

San Francisco Hospital To Hire 100 Nurses For Expansion

San Francisco General Hospital & Trauma Center, the city's primary safety net hospital, is hiring more than 100 registered nurses to help it staff the new $877 million inpatient tower expected to open in December.


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