Welcome to the Masters of Nursing Resource Center

Learn more about the trends, challenges, and creative solutions nursing professionals face in the field to better inform your decision to obtain your MSN degree.

Which MSN Concentration Should You Choose? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Due to the national shortage of health care providers, there has never been a better time to obtain an advanced degree in nursing. Do you think you have what it takes to be a leader in the health care industry?

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Embracing Technology as a Nurse Educator

Nursing education has changed enormously in the past decade — in large part due to rapidly developing nurse technology. There are many exciting ways that nurse educators can use these new electronic tools in their day-to-day teaching.

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The Difference Between Nursing Management and Nursing Leadership

At first glance, nurse leaders and nurse managers may sound like the same thing, but in fact there are key differences between the two. One can be a leader without being a manager and, conversely, a manager without being a true leader.

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Choose the Nursing Program That’s Right for You

If you're looking to advance your nursing career, a degree could help unlock opportunities for you. Research indicates that a growing number of hospitals and healthcare settings want nurses with higher education.

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5 Ways to Manage Conflict in the Nursing Workplace

Practical tips and strategies for managing workplace conflict; a guide for people in nursing management and other healthcare systems management positions.

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Why Writing is Important in the Nursing Profession

Written communication, both technical and non-technical, plays an essential role in today’s healthcare industry. As a result, possessing strong writing skills are crucial for registered nurses across the United States.

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The Importance of Cultural Competency in Family Nurse Practitioners

Why is there an increased need for culturally sensitive and bilingual nurses in the family practice setting, and how can nurses build these vital skills?

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From Nursing Student to Nurse Educator

The diminishing pool of qualified nursing faculty is an increasingly troubling issue in the United States, and has become the second greatest shortage within the nursing industry itself. Nurse educators are urgently needed to instruct, educate, and lead future generations of nurses to meet the demands within the healthcare community.

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Ethics in Action: Considering Provision 9 in the ANA’s Nursing Code of Ethics

Nurses are committed to providing quality care, but at times in the course of their work they are faced with ethical dilemmas that require difficult choices.

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Ethics in Action: Considering Provision 8 in the ANA’s Nursing Code of Ethics

Universal health care is a fundamental human right. As the health care field continues to evolve, nurses are encouraged to actively participate in its progress to benefit the field and society.

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