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Protecting patient data: Cybersecurity tips for FNPs

Cybercrime is a growing problem across all industriefstrategis, although it has proven to be a particularly rampant issue in the health care sector. A study from the Ponemon Institute found that, in 2015, the rate of cybercrime was exponentially higher — by around 125 percent — than the levels observed in 2010. Furthermore, according to […]

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Tips for applying to Bradley’s Master of Arts in Counseling program

Applying to schools requires a lot of planning and preparation on the prospective student’s part. This step is especially true for online students interested in attending graduate school to earn a master’s degree in counseling or some other psychological treatment field. Submitting a successful application ultimately may depend on paying attention to the tiniest details. […]

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Inside the FNP Certificate

Listen as Rachel Borton, Director of the online Family Nurse Practitioner programs, speaks in-depth about the Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate. *The information provided in this webinar is intended for informational purposes only and is subject to change without notice. Information may be changed or updated without notice.

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Inside the Doctor of Nursing Practice – Leadership Program

Take advantage of a one-of-a-kind opportunity to hear Deb Erikson, faculty academic supervisor for Bradley University’s DNP – Leadership program. Don’t miss out on this information session! Discover the convenience of online learning and learn more about the program, including: Preceptor requirements Length of program Accreditation Transfer of clinical hours *The information provided in this […]

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Recent Trends in Nursing and the Need for Transformational Leadership

Additional responsibilities and leadership opportunities inspire nurses to utilize and develop the skills for which they were educated. When given these additional responsibilities, nursing staff turnover dropped by twelve percent. This change is significant in that it shows a positive response to management recognizing and incorporating methods that utilize the talent within their immediate environment. […]

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Surviving Long Hours and the Night Shift

Many nurses put in 12-hour shifts, while others work night shifts. Although these types of schedules are expected as a requirement of their job, many nurses expose themselves to different types of health risks that often are associated with prolonged work hours and disruptions to a normal circadian rhythm. To avoid health issues, it is […]

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Counseling Program Outcomes

Transcript >>NANCY SHERMAN: The need for counselors and counseling has increased tremendously. There are a number of positions available for our students, to meet that need. >>CARLOS DEL RIO: There are very unique characteristics that our students obtain, when they come out of this counseling degree. They come to us number one, as students, and […]

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Nursing Program Outcomes

Transcript [uptempo instrumental music] >>MOLLY CLUSKEY: As the baby boomers begin to retire, I think we will continue to see increased needs for nurses. I’ve seen the jobs change over the years. I think nurses that are working today have to work much smarter and much harder than I did when I was a young […]

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