The Sentinel Watch: Featured Articles
Traditionally, clinical skills and the principles of nursing practice are the focus of most nursing programs. But many nurses leave the bedside and rise to positions at the management or executive level …
If you’re planning to become a Nurse Practitioner and are interested in what it would be like to work with the psychiatric population, you’re in the right place.
You know you want to become an RN, but how will you get there? Explore the differences between ADN and BSN degrees to learn which is best for you.
Nurses today know about the Institute of Medicine’s 2010 call to action for 80% of nurses to hold at least a BSN degree by the year 2020. With growing research proving that BSN graduates are better prepared than ADN graduates …
Online education is not a new concept, but in today’s landscape, wherein many colleges and universities are ramping up online learning for programs that have traditionally been largely in person, it’s important to understand how to do it right.
There are many skills that nurse leaders need to be successful, but one that might not be spoken of as often is the ability to manage and resolve conflict.
Opportunities come in different ways. For Sara Harris, her journey led her to work various jobs before entering the healthcare field.
After earning a bachelor’s degree in neuroscience, Esther Ohemeng found American Sentinel, which helped her achieve her BSN.
Read how Princessa Lauture continued to work and study, received her RN, and returned to school to pursue her BSN
In October 2020 – with the finish line in sight for her doctorate – Cintia Ciriaco decided to establish her own business: Health For All.