Welcome to the RN to BSN Resource Center

Learn more about the trends and challenges nursing professionals face and creative solutions they offer in the field.

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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The History of Nursing at Loyola University New Orleans

Thousands of talented graduates have earned their BSN, MSN or DNP (Doctor of Nursing Practice) from Loyola University New Orleans’ School of Nursing, which has been awarded several accreditations and recognitions throughout the years.

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Why Students Choose Loyola University New Orleans Online

Every student chooses Loyola’s online learning for their own reasons, and our students and graduates have shared! Why will you choose Loyola?

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Five Myths of Pursuing an Online Education

Two Loyola University New Orleans online program professors explain the common myths associated with online education.

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Celebrating Nurses

Nurses make a difference in the lives of their patients and coworkers every day, and each year America honors their hard work and dedication with a national week-long celebration.

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What is Population-Focused Health Care

In the United States, most individuals seek health care through their primary care doctor or via a specialist. However, this may not be the case in the future.

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Nurse Leadership and the Affordable Care Act

The new Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), also commonly referred to as Health Care Reform or the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is a landmark movement developed to offer more Americans access to affordable, quality health care.

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Top Ethical Issues in Nursing

While a career in nursing is immensely fulfilling, it’s not without its share of challenges. Regardless of their area of practice or accreditation, nurses face a multitude of ethical dilemmas every day.

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Proper Patient Lifting Techniques for Nurses

When one considers the list of the most risk-prone professions, manufacturing, agriculture, and warehousing might come to mind. The truth is that without proper procedures and detailed, ongoing education, on-the-job injuries can be just as prevalent in the nursing field if not even more so.

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7 Characteristics of Quality Nursing Curriculum

Simply earning a nursing degree and obtaining licensure isn't always enough to ensure a successful career as a nurse. In order to have the best possible chance of reaching his or her full potential, a prospective nurse needs to attend a program that offers a high-quality curriculum.

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