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How professional counselors can help address the opioid crisis

Substance abuse is a common issue faced by many counseling clients. Addiction can physically, emotionally and mentally affect individuals of all socioeconomic classes and ages. Those people impacted require specialized treatment, which often includes counseling. Substance abuse-focused counselors are found in a number of settings — from schools to workplaces — and see all types […]

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What are the core values of a quality DNP program?

Nursing professionals across the country are influencing health care policy, contributing to the body of existing scientific knowledge and educating a new generation of nurses, all while providing top quality care to patients. Health professionals at every level are ensuring that clinical practice is as efficient, effective and compassionate as possible. To keep pace with […]

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Bradley RN to MSN Administration Webinar

Read / Hide Webinar Transcript Sarah: Alright, welcome, everyone to our Inside the RN to MSN Administration Pathway Webinar. I’m very excited tonight. We have two wonderful professors joining us to present a deep dive into this pathway and what it might mean for you in your career. So what we will cover tonight includes […]

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Bradley MAC Deep Dive

Read / Hide Webinar Transcript Sarah: Alright, everyone, thank you for joining us this evening. We’re really excited to have you here for our Professional School Counseling webinar. I just wanted to walk you through a few details before we get started. My name is Sara. I’m gonna be your host for tonight and we […]

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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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Nursing Enrollment Advisor – Steven Wolford

Hello, my name is Steven Wolford, and I’m an enrollment advisor for Bradley University’s online graduate nursing programs. I am happy to hear that you are considering Bradley University for your graduate education. My role at Bradley is to help you learn more about what the university has to offer, answer any questions you have […]

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Nursing Enrollment Advisor – Sean Mohr

Hello, my name is Sean Mohr, and I’m an enrollment advisor here at Bradley University’s graduate nursing program. Although I had enjoyed a career in insurance for 20 years, in 2009, I switched to a career in higher education admissions. My father and older brother were both educators, so becoming an education professional is in […]

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