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.

Why Nurses Need to Understand Statistics

Statistics have been a fundamental part of the nursing profession since the days of Florence Nightingale, the first known nurse statistician and the founder of professional nursing.

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How Nurses are Affected by the Health Care Reform Law

The Affordable Care Act may well usher in one of the most exciting eras of nursing in the United States in a generation.

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Touching Lives Through Medical Missions

From shanty communities in the Dominican Republic to impoverished towns in Kenya, volunteer nurses are participating in medical missions by providing much-needed care and health care education to some of the world’s most vulnerable populations.

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Nurse, Treat Thyself: The Importance of Work-life Balance

If you can’t get into the swing of work-life balance - even when your employer encourages personal days and down time - you aren’t alone.

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Ethics in Action: Considering Provision 1 in the ANA’s Nursing Code of Ethics

Nurses today may find themselves in myriad situations with difficult choices to make.

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How to Stop Nurse Bullying

Nurse bullying is a serious problem that compromises the quality of patient care, decreases job satisfaction among nurses, and contributes to a loss of productivity overall. In order to deal with this issue, professionals in this field must understand why bullying occurs and take the necessary steps to prevent it.

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Preparing Patients for Long Term Self Care

The number of individuals with chronic health conditions who will need long-term care is expected to increase. Due to an anticipated shortage of healthcare professionals, other options for able-bodied patients must be explored.

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In Memory: Dr. Gail Tumulty

Dr. Barbara Gail Tumulty, Professor Emeritus of Nursing, entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, February 25th, 2015, in the presence of her loving family. Gail or “Dr. T”, as she liked to be called, was a cherished mother, grandmother, sister and friend and will leave a void to all.

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10 Ways to Boost Your Nursing Profession

As a nurse, you’re accustomed to taking care of others and going the extra mile to ensure the comfort and safety of your patients. It’s an honorable profession, and one that continues to grow at a rapid pace.

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Explore Nursing Specialties in Women’s Health

There are many health issues that afflict women exclusively, such as those pertaining to reproductive health, or that afflict women more significantly than men, such as heart disease.

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