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The nurse profession today, as with all medicine is always changing and growing. Let's share and stay up to date with the New Nurses Note!

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The Nurses Note E-zine is designed for the nurse profession today. Our e-zine is designed to share resources and ideas on nursing, nursing education and continuing education. As nurses we are constantly learning. The profession is constantly growing and we need to stay current in our knowledge base. We hope that we can help in your nursing education journey.

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The Nurses Note may include:

  • NEW - Monthly featured nursing story (reader opportunity)
  • NEW - Monthly feature - Tips to make nursing life easier
  • NEW - App of the month!
  • NEW - What are we reading or testing
  • NEW - Work/School-Life balance tips
  • Notification of updates to our site
  • New nursing CEU resources
  • Information on nursing textbooks and study materials
  • Articles for nurses and student nurses
  • Extra study help and tips
  • Fun articles
  • Information on different types of nurses
  • Information on how to become a nurse
  • Information on nursing schools
  • Links to great study and research sites
  • Nursing humor to lighten things up
  • Submit your own articles for review and to share with readers
  • and much more...

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