24-Mar-2010 4:26 pm
Can please any one suggest me which of the nursing program is better RN or Associate Degree and from where should I complete my degree. I sure would appreciate your input. Thanks everyone!
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22-Nov-2010 10:21 am
I have decided to get the nursing training as Cardiologist and for this reason i have searched in internet and found some very good Universities i think this may help you. The Universities are also providing online training. Please have a look at these:-
1. Kaplan University
2. West Coast University
3. Walden University
4. National American University
30-Nov-2010 10:41 am
In RN 2 years required for associates degree and 4 years for bachelors science degree. I think for a better career you have to do the 4 years bachelors degree which can help you to build up a bright future in nursing.
28-Feb-2011 2:21 pm
You want to get a RN or Associate Degree!!
Studies for an RN degree will include courses in Anatomy and Physiology, Behavioral Sciences, Chemistry, Epidemiology, Nursing Theory, Nutrition, Psychology and more.
Prior to becoming a registered nurse, you would typically either go through a two-year associates program, earning an Associate nursing degree, or a four-year baccalaureate program earning a Bachelor’s nurse degree (BSN).
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2-Apr-2014 8:12 pm
The RN to BSN program at the University of Virginia embraces the importance of life-long learning in a curriculum designed specifically for licensed registered nurses who are graduates of community colleges and hospital schools of nursing. The program is completed part-time in 21 months to encourage a balanced, healthy lifestyle where depth and enjoyment of learning can be accomplished. Classes meet in person just one day a week to allow students to work full time while earning their BSN and to allow students to effectively engage with their peers and faculty. The program provides a foundation for professional practice and for further education, such as graduate study for advanced practice, teaching, research, and new emerging roles in the nursing profession.
If you plan on writing a new grad RN resume, it is best that you start by looking for a sample to follow. Most nursing resume samples can be found online and this is where you can find a template to use as a guide when writing your resume. However, don’t just settle with any RN resume sample that you see but choose one that best fits the position that you are applying to.