ReNursing Edu Blog

A Business Without a Plan

August 24, 2020


It never ceases to amaze me how many aspiring nurse business owners don’t have a plan for their business. To be honest, I’m not completely surprised. In my lurking of several NP Facebook groups, I always see an NP student half-way through with school and they have concerns about the job market or don’t know […]

Do you have a business roadblock? Here’s what’s standing between you and success. Do any of these statements sound familiar? I want to start my business once I figure everything out. I don’t have any money to start my business. I don’t know what I can offer that will make money. I can’t quit my […]

Business, Career Change

March 12, 2018

What’s Your Business Roadblock?

Attention all nurses! Chipotle is giving a buy one / take one special offer for all nurses on June 14. Just bring your Nurse ID to Chipotle stores in US and Canada. What a great way to give back to our nurses. So hurry, it’s a one day offer only! Read more here. #Chipotle #Chipottleoffer […]


June 14, 2017

Chipotle is Giving Away Free Food to Nurses on June 14

Treat Nurses’ Burnout and Fatigue Too

May 31, 2017


Any employee who experiences burnout and fatigue will not be a productive employee. What about nurses who are in-charge of taking care of patients? How would they be able to take care of other people when they are not taken care of themselves? Here’s a survey on Employee Engagement in Nursing saying that nurses do […]

As nurses, and especially for those studying or graduating from nursing school, you are probably interested in knowing nurse turnover statistics. Nurses, like any other employees, leave their jobs for a lot of different reasons. There are those who leave the workplace voluntarily because of a change of location/residence, wanting a promotion, change of career, […]

NP School, Nursing

May 10, 2017

Nurse Turnover Statistics

Admiral Sylvia Trent-Adams is now in an acting role as U.S. Surgeon General. She is the first Surgeon General who is not a physician, but she is not the first nurse sworn into that position. Dr. Richard Carmona under Pres. George W. Bush was a nurse and a physician and he indeed referred to himself […]

NP School, Nursing

May 4, 2017

The New U.S. Surgeon General is a Nurse