You Can Become A Professional Nurse – Mentorship Program

Today is a great day to be a nurse. Nurses are role models to the public. Nurses are natural educators and on the front line of healthcare. First you must get into Nursing School and Succeed!!! Do You Have The Skills & Keys? This is where the Nursing Success College can help!! We are offering 2 FREE chapters from the Amazon Best Seller, “You Can Become A Professional Nurse.” https://xa217.infusionsoft.com/app/form/2freechapters To be ready to be successful in nursing school, and get the advanced training you need to bring you to the success level, then you should seriously consider attending the 8 week course: YOU CAN BECOME A PROFESSIONAL NURSE!   The Nursing Success team has been working to provide you with the opportunity to have more success in nursing. We have developed an 8 week course from all 30 chapters in the, “You Can Become A Professional Nurse,” book and workbook. You Can Become A Professional Nurse – 8 week Nursing Mentorship Course Outline Week 1 Module                 Phase 1: Pre –Nursing Chap 1 – Introduction to Nursing Chap 2 – Nursing As A Calling Chap 3 – Pre-Nursing Courses Week 2 Module Chap 4 – Pre-Nursing Tests & Application Chap 5 – Pre-Nursing Financing Chap 6 – To Work or Not to Work Chap 7 – Real Talks – Personal Life Week 3 Module             Chap 8 – Mindset & Coping with Stress Chap 9 – Letter of Acceptance Chap 10 – Culture of Nursing Chap 11 – Daily Habits & Future Success Week 4 Module                Phase 2: Nursing School – Real Talk Chap 12 – Time Management Chap 13 –...

Nursing in an Aging American

Nursing in an Aging America For every person aged 65+ in 2000 there will be almost two by 2030.[1] That makes one in seven Americans today over the age of 65.[2] Profile: 25.1 million are women (56.2%) 19.6 million are men (43.8%) 78.8% are white 21.2% are minority And they’re active: 28% of older Americans live alone 536,000 grandparents 65+ have primary responsibility for their grandchildren (slightly more than 1 in 100 if you want to plot that way) By 2022 31.9% of the workforce will be ages 65-75[5] And America’s just getting older. The average American reaching 65 today are expected to live 19.3 years 20.5 for females 17.9 for males With the population 85+ expected to nearly triple from 2013-2040 2013: 6 million 2040: 14.6 million A majority of their medical needs will fall into the hands of nurses. Number nationwide:[4] Nursing Assistants: 1,534,400 Licensed Practical Nurses: 738,400 Registered Nurses: 2,711,500 Nurse Anesthetists/midwives/practitioners: 151,400 Active MD’s: 826,001 Can they keep pace? Increase in percentage 2012-2022: Americans 75+: 25% Americans 85+: 50% Expected change in employment: Average Growth in All Occupations: 11% Nursing Assistants: 21% Licensed Practical Nurses: 25% Registered Nurse: 19% Nurse Anesthetists/midwives/practitioners: 31% MD’s: 18% Actual Growth Rate Today: Licensed Practical Nurses: 15.5% Registered Nurses: 24.1% The Bad News: Nurses are aging too: Average age of working nurses: 50 RNs expected to retire/leave the workforce by 2022: 555,100 (one in five) Percentage of nurses under 40: 1980: 54% 1992: 44.8% 2000:31.7% 2004:26.6% 2008:29.5% Aging America needs not only more nurses, but more educated nurses.[6] 2000: 50% of the RN workforce hold a bachelors degree or higher...

Too Many Nurse Jobs, Not Enough Nurses

When it comes to nursing jobs, some may say that there are not enough nurses to fill those positions. With many schools and vocational centers, there are many nurses graduating each year. However, while many graduate, there are more that simply just do not get into the schools altogether. Despite people saying that nursing jobs have been on a freeze, nursing is still said to be one of the top careers in 2011. Statistics show that there are going to be over three million jobs added by the year 2018. However, will there be enough nurses to fill these jobs? With many of the baby boomers turning sixty-five, they are eligible for Medicare and since Medicare offers better health coverage than some, this gives the need for more and more nurses and positions to care for all of the patients. In addition to the baby boomers getting over the age of sixty-five, there is also the fact that they will be retiring, making more nursing jobs open. Many are calling on advanced practice nurses to provide primary care so they can fill in the gaps left by a shortage of primary care physicians. This helps to provide more medical care where a doctor may not be available. Society needs to do everything it can to get the word out so that the increase of nurses can fill all the new jobs that are to come. In addition to more jobs opening and the need for nurses rises, comes the point of nurses wanting to go to school for nursing but not being able to afford the schooling and training....

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