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24-Mar-2010 4:26 pm

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26-Mar-2010 5:48 am

Associate degree in nursing is one of an easy route to become a nurse. It requires two to three years of nursing education. But it may not provide you with as many career options. Most nurses obtain a Bachelor of Science in Nursing to become a Registered Nurse (RN). This requires four years of nursing education, but is better option for good career. I do have a resource in my knowledge where you can find list of various nursing schools and programs. Check it out over here - http://www.nursingschoolsu.com

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Ainsley Smith

Ainsley Smith

Location: India
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22-Nov-2010 10:21 am

Hi there,

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

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Ainsley Smith

Ainsley Smith

Location: India
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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.

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jane addams

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28-Feb-2011 2:21 pm

Hello dear,
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).

Please visit The link for which of the nursing program is better RN or Associate Degree and from where should You complete your degree.
The link URL is: nurse classes

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Luci Jane

Luci Jane

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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.

http://www.nursing.virginia.edu/programs/rnbsn/

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.

-source: http://www.rnresume.net/check-our-rn-resume-samples/new-grad-rn-resume-sample/

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Mary Kennedy

Mary Kennedy

Location: United State of America
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16-May-2014 11:23 am

Online nursing programs are very easy way to get a nursing degree.You can attend classes online and do your own work easily.It is very beneficial for nursing students.

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