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Happy Free CE Monday! Today we would like to highlight: Bridging the Generation Gaps ( CE478 1.00 contact hrs ) offered by Nurse.com & Grand Cayon University This course is FREE of charge courtesy of OnCourse Learning and Grand Canyon University until February 5, 2018. You will find the details below and the direct link HERE
– Morning Coffee with a Recruiter – Michelle Nelson, Nurse Recruiter at Sarasota Memorial Hospital shares her insight why she is thankful to be a part of this industry, the challenges, and what nurse candidates can do to improve their next career move. How long have you worked as a recruiter and what’s been your favorite thing
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Article found on Nurse.com HERE AUTHOR: JENNIFER MENSIK, PHD, RN, FAAN Credentials are a form of communication We have all seen multiple streams of initials after nurses’ names. This can make someone seem intimidating, especially if the credentials are paired with a long work title. A frequently asked question is how should nurses list their nursing credentials after their name? What
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