• Earn Nursing ceus from NursingCECentral

    Continuing education for nurses is a requirement to renew nursing licenses for RNs and LPN/LVNs as well as Advanced Practice RNs in most US states and territories. The number of units varies from state to state as set by the state’s Board of Nursing. Some states have specific required courses that cover such topics as managing conflict, civility, human trafficking, HIV/AIDS, and avoiding medication errors. Nurses are by nature are overachievers and as such¬† have taken care of everyone else and suddenly often find themselves with 30 or so ceus due by tomorrow! Let’s hope most don’t cut it that close, but I do often see nurses on social media…

  • Advance Your Nursing Degree Now

    Here’s a guest post from Julie Blanche at Nursing Student Tutor. 5 Reasons Now is a Great Time to Advance Your Nursing Degree Are you a nurse who has been mulling over the idea of going back to school for an advanced degree or certification in the nursing field? Now is an excellent time to take the plunge that will bring your career to new levels in the coming years. But what makes now such a great time? Beat the Rush The “Baby Boomer” generation is now aging fast. This means that there is a greater need than ever before for specialized fields in the career or nursing just as…

  • Feb. 1 is National Wear Red Day

    February 1 is the kick-off for American Heart Month. To raise awareness of heart disease in women, the campaign to wear red evolved into the Red Dress as the symbol to promote heart health in women. On February 1, everyone is encouraged to wear red to promote heart health. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHSS) has joined forced with The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) to provide materials and FREE continuing education units for nurses and health educators to learn more about heart health in women. Read more… Photo courtesy of The Heart Truth, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. The Heart Truth and Red…