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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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Jan 21, 2010

It looks exciting. The jet-powered helicopter screams across the sky, heading towards Harborview Medical Center with another critically-ill patient on board. Friends and family will probably say later that "he's lucky to be alive".

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Jan 21, 2010

Global Health concerns us all, and Community Health Nursing has risen from humble beginnings to the forefront of shaping worldwide health policy and administration. Community Health has been practiced in one form or another throughout the ages in various manners ranging from the edicts of a village shaman to

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Jan 21, 2010

When an attorney takes on a medical-related lawsuit, the attorney is confronted with enormous volumes of medical records crammed with esoteric terminology, inexplicable shorthand and indecipherable handwriting. Yet his client's (plaintiff or defense) future depends on the attorney understanding those records and using them to support the case effectively.

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Jan 21, 2010

Baby Boomers are turning sixty this year. Of the 3.4 million babies born between 1946 and 1964, 2.8 are still very much alive and projected to live another twenty years -- at least. Baby Boomers currently make up over 26% of the total United States population,

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Jan 21, 2010

According to the Occupational Outlook guide, the nursing profession is among the fastest growing of all career paths. Within nursing, the single specialty expected to grow by leaps and bounds is gerontology.

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