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As a health care professional, you want to stay abreast of the latest developments in the field. This Master of Science in Nursing resources page can help you learn more about health care trends, industry news, career opportunities, and more.

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Evidence-Based Nursing: Focus Areas and Tips

Nurse educators and leaders have found difficulty transitioning nurse practitioners from using their experience to complying with EBPs as they become more prominent.

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Pediatric Vital Signs: A Guide for Nurses

For doctors, nurses, and other health professionals who administer care to pediatric patients, knowing the basic pediatric vital signs is critical.

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Social Media and Nursing: Guidelines for Protecting Patient Privacy Online

Nurses can use social media as a tool to connect with colleagues, follow industry leaders, and grow their networks.

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A nurse shares information about the dangers of smoking with a patient during a routine checkup.

Signs of Nicotine Addiction: Definition, Statistics, and Resources to Quit

Nicotine addiction is linked to everything from lung cancer to cardiovascular disease and continues to exact a significant human toll.

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Healthy Exercise and Nutrition Guide for Nurses

Healthy Exercise and Nutrition Guide for Nurses

To ensure the highest level of stamina and energy, nurses should be consistent in their exercise and intentional in their nutritional habits.

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Dementia vs. Alzheimer’s: Differences, Statistics & Resources

Key distinctions exist between Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Knowing the difference can be helpful to family members transitioning into caregiver roles.

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