ReNursing Edu Blog

3 Reasons to Get Involved with Professional Nursing Organizations

October 19, 2017

Business, Nursing

Are you involved in any professional nursing organizations? There are many types of organizations you can join as a nurse; minority, specialty, and location specific. Benefits of a professional organization include the ability to make new friends with similar interests, network and become more involved in the nursing community. Let’s take look at the these […]

ReNursing is all about education if you want to advance your nursing career. Today we’ll look at the Nurse Practitioner. Changing roles from a ICU nurse to an FNP was a huge learning curve, but I actually love to enjoy my job very much and I’m glad I made the decision to go back to […]

NP School, Nursing

May 28, 2016

The Rise of the Nurse Practitioner Profession

Earlier this week we reviewed key aspects recruiters look for in a resume. Today we’ll focus on what recruiters don’t want to see on a resume and how to avoid getting your resume tossed in the trash. I’ve had a few resume revamps over the years to reflect my evolving career as a nurse pursuing […]

NP School, Nursing

May 9, 2015

Resume Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make

The Effects of Nursing on Nurses

August 24, 2013

NP School, Nursing

This is a poignant blog post revealing the truth about a nurses daily life. A must read and I couldn’t have said it better myself! Check it out here. #nurseburnout

I’m looking for nurses who are “Nursing Beyond the Bedside” aka ReNursing to share their story with me for an opportunity to be highlighted on my blog. I have a long list of ReNursing careers I have thought of many nursing careers myself, but would actually like real-life examples to share with others. You do […]

Business, Career Change, Nursing

July 5, 2013

Would You Like to be Featured on the ReNursing Blog?

Have you ever heard anyone say this? I have. Just because you don’t work at the bedside (or don’t want to work at the bedside) does not mean you are any less of a person, let alone a nurse. This doesn’t even mean you dislike nursing or caring for others. Those who would say such […]

Career Change, NP School, Nursing

May 4, 2013

“You’re Not Really a Nurse if You Don’t Work at the Bedside”