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Nurse Careers

Earning a nursing degree can open the door to all sorts of nursing careers. There are the traditional options in hospitals, nursing homes, and health care facilities—but nurses can also find jobs in other areas. Nurse educators, consultants, and even flight nurses are needed to in today’s health care industry. Below find information and resources on these nurse careers and more.

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By Sonia Vittori, May 23, 2013

In the fall of 2014 the Department of Health and Human Services will update their ICD-9 medical codes with ICD-10 which is likely to bring a significant change to the medical coding system. Find out how you can stay ahead of the game and prepare for ICD-10 medical coding today!

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By Shannon Dauphin Lee, Feb 04, 2013

Not every nurse wants, or can, work in the hospital. Some nurses work alongside medical researchers in laboratories finding cures to diseases or treatments for chronic conditions. Find out why some nurses take this path less chosen and decide to become a nurse researcher.

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By Rita Henry, Jan 01, 2013

By the year 2014 - just eight years away - there will be 3.6 million new jobs available in the medical profession, and the bulk of those jobs - about 60% of them - will be open to those with nursing degrees of one kind or another.

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Jan 21, 2010

If you're interested in a new direction for your nursing career and are interested in ensuring that patients and their families receive quality, cost-effective health care, then you might want to look into Case Management Nursing.

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Jan 21, 2010

Forensic Nursing is one of the fastest growing nursing specialty fields thanks in part to rising interest brought about in recent years by several popular TV shows such as CSI. Real life Forensic Nursing isn't exactly the same as

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