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Nursing School vs. Medical School: Factors to Consider
When it comes to finding your calling, there’s no one right path that is suited to everyone. In the nursing field, for example, some RNs come to the profession straight out of a four-year baccalaureate program, while others find their way after investing years in another career. Still others might turn to nursing after exploring or considering other educational tracks including medical school.
How to Choose a Nursing Program: 4 Steps for Making the Decision
Because you have a passion for caring for others and know career opportunities abound for highly skilled nurses, you’re sure you want to change careers to nursing — the sooner the better. But the question remains: How do you sift through all the nursing schools out there to find a quality program to best meet your needs
Considering Nursing as a Second Career? Ask Yourself These Questions Before Making the Change.
If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to explore nursing as a second career, it’s probably time to put things into perspective. Ask yourself some tough questions about your motivation and whether it’s a realistic goal before making the commitment to a nursing career.