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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

New Brunswick Nursing Students Offered Financial Incentives to Study in Maine

Province and Beal University reach deal to see up to 100 New Brunswickers enter 3-year program The provincial government hopes a new partnership with Beal University in Bangor, Maine, will see more New Brunswickers trained to become registered nurses sooner and hired to alleviate a critical shortage at home. Beal has opened up 100 nursing

Elsevier Education Recognizes Beal University’s Virtual Reality Simulation for its Nursing Program

Beal University ADN Students Develop Deeper Thinking with SLS with VR Bangor Daily News | Nursing instructor Lorrie Springer gained her initial nursing education in the same way her students at Beal University do—in a two-year, ADN program. Knowing their background and having gone through the same experience led her to an important question: is

Maine Named 2nd Best State for Nurses in 2022

Working in Maine can be really great for some professions and it looks like one of those professions is nursing. By Sarah | Z 107.3 Wallethub compiled information to see which states in the nation were best and worst for those in the nursing profession for 2022 and working as a nurse in Maine ranked

National Guard Fills in as Nursing Assistants Amid Healthcare Worker Shortage

Reuters By Vanessa Johnston MADISON, Wisc. (Reuters) – When Joenes Gellada joined the National Guard, he never imagined that would mean one day training as a nursing assistant. “Never in my wildest dreams,” he said as he completed his two-week training course at Madison Area Technical College in Wisconsin on Friday. The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated

Critical Nursing Shortage – The Pandemic Peril!

By Evette Matthews, MSN, MBA, RN Having the education or a Bachelors in Nursing degree does not make you a Nurse. Nursing is a calling, it takes altruism, and robust nerves to work around nursing homes, hospice, hospitals, Oncology and Psychiatry centers. It takes some resilience to be able to come back to work

Beal University Opening New Wilton Campus for Nursing Education Program

NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release November 29, 2021 Beal University Opening New Wilton Campus for Nursing Education Program Classes to begin January 2022 Wilton, Maine – Beal University is excited to announce the opening of its new Wilton branch campus, located at 75 Allen Street, in January 2022. The new branch campus deepens Beal’s dedication

Bridget Squires (RN) is the First to Graduate from the Nurse Sponsorship Program at Beal College

Our First Nurse Graduate Soars! By: Amy Kenney Manager of Community Relations, Northern Light Bangor Daily News: What you’re about to read is a true success story. A story of a hard-working nurse with kindness, and compassion in her heart. You will also read about a unique offering here at our Medical Center that truly