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Are You an RN? 10 Ways a BSN Degree Could Benefit Your Nursing Career

Continuing your education from an RN to BSN (Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing) offers numerous benefits that can enhance your nursing career and provide you with a more comprehensive skill set. Here are 10 benefits of pursuing an RN to BSN program: 1. Expanded Knowledge and Skills: An RN to BSN program

Five Things to Know Before Becoming a Nurse

Starting a career path as a Registered Nurse can be daunting. But, with the right mindset and knowledge, it can also be incredibly rewarding. In this blog post, here are five things everyone should know before becoming a Registered Nurse.   Understanding the Role of a Registered Nurse  Before becoming a Registered Nurse, it is essential

Foundation campaign to build hospital garden one more reason Sackville hospital is ‘thriving’

Sackville Memorial Hospital Foundation chair Bill Evans, Moneris Solutions representative Tanya Becker, Horizon hospital director Christa Wheeler-Thorne, and campaign director Carolle de Ste-Croix. Photo: Erica Butler The Sackville Memorial Hospital Foundation has launched its latest fundraising campaign, and this time instead of purchasing a new piece of equipment, the foundation has commissioned a design for

U.S. College to Offer Nursing Degree Option in New Brunswick

Conditional approval given by province to Beal University, based in Maine Those considering a career in nursing may soon have more education options in New Brunswick. Beal University, a private college in Maine, has been given conditional approval by the province to offer a bachelor of science in nursing, through a combination of online courses

Maine’s Beal University Wants To Set up a Nursing Program in Canada with Classrooms at the Sackville Memorial Hospital

Sackville has been home to a university for just over 180 years, and in 2023, it might just become home to a second, if Beal University Canada gets the green light from the Maritime Provinces Higher Education Commission (MPHEC) to operate as a university in the province. But a common location in Sackville is where

New Nursing Initiative Combines Work and Education, Provides Salary and Tuition Support

24 February 2023 SAINT JOHN (GNB) – The provincial government has announced a new education model to help produce more licensed practical nurses (LPN) and registered nurses (RN). About $13.3 million has been allocated for the Step Up to Nursing pilot project over two years. “We continue to build New Brunswick’s capacity for training health-care

New Academic Discipline That Improves Career Opportunities

Beal University is excited to offer several degrees in health sciences. Classes will begin on February 27, 2023. BANGOR, Maine (Yahoo News) — Beal University is excited to offer several degrees in health sciences. Classes will begin on February 27, 2023. In reference to a US News article, health science is a relatively new academic discipline.

Nurse Self-Rostering Pilot Could Help Hold Amid Rising Job Vacancies in NB: Union Pipa News

New Brunswick has more than 1,000 vacant nursing positions, according to data from the regional health networks. More than three-quarters of the permanent positions are within the Horizon Health Network. It is looking for 542 registered nurses, 163 licensed practice nurses and 65 patient care assistants. Horizon spokesperson Kris McDavid did not say how many

Senator Angus King Visits Beal University’s Wilton Campus

There’s a Shortage of Nurses in Rural Maine, but a New Program in Wilton is Designed to Help Beal University nursing student Nicholas Larrabee worked with Senator King to care for a virtual patient. NCM WILTON, Maine — The next chapter in Beal University’s history has begun in a town roughly 100 miles away from

Top 16 Nursing Trends That Will Shape Healthcare

Healthcare is a constantly changing and updating field. With advancements in technology, new care methods, and current world events, the trends hospitals, and nurses need to keep an eye on are changing year over year. Keep reading for the top 16 nursing trends. Trend #1: Nurse Shortage Will Continue According to the World Health Organization