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The Future Of Nursing Informatics

I recently came across a post in the nursing informatics section of the nursing forum where a nurse made this comment –
“I really think this is a great field RIGHT NoW. My fear is what will happen to the informatic nurse once the big transition to EHR occur and everyone is trained. Of course there will still be a demand for them, but it will not be nearly as big. I am currently in school for informatics and graduate in 2014 but I am starting to get nervous…..

A Job Seekers New Best Friend – LinkedIn

In a recent post I talked about how nurses should have a presence on LinkedIn and I even recommended a course about LinkedIn so now I want to talk about setting up your LinkedIn profile on this powerful networking site. But first I want to say a few things about LinkedIn.

nurse sitting in front of computer looking for a nursing job

Your Nursing Job Search – Do This First!

Are you a new nurse or a nurse returning to the workforce after taking time off for whatever reason?

Do you think starting your nursing job search begins with getting online and filling out applications? Or you don’t even know where to start? Well, you may be shocked to learn that filling out applications on job boards and perfecting your paper resume is not what you should be doing first, if at all.

Kimberly R. Ward

Kimberly R. Ward-New Book Release

Today’s post is an interview I did with new author Kimberly Raquei Ward BSN RN, who just released her first book. I met Kimberly last year online when I offered free coaching to nurses on my email list. She jumped right in and got busy with what she wanted to do and that was write a book for new nurses graduating from nursing school. Here we are 9 months later and she’s accomplished what she set out to do. I’m very proud of her and want you to get to know her.

The Truth About Your Nursing Career

Nurses, Jobs and Money. When I first read this title it reminded me of the good ole days in my nursing career when being a nurse meant making good money and being able to get a job anywhere. My nursing career would be set. Heck since the 1980s I’ve been hired for every job I applied to…