Maine

Maine Nursing Degree Programs

DNP Programs Maine

Take your practice to the next level by building on your knowledge and strengthening your clinical and leadership skill through the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree program. The DNP coursework covers quality improvement, healthcare policy, patient advocacy, information systems and technology, evidence-based practice, and organizational and systems leadership that will help nurses improve patient outcomes and make a difference in the lives of patients, families, communities, and populations. The emphasis on these areas exceeds the capacity of instruction offered … Read the rest

MSN Programs Maine

The need for nurses to continue learning to the graduate degree and beyond is a direct response to their increasing responsibilities in the complex health care system. A decade ago, nurses received more mileage from their pre-licensure education. The training provided by the Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) was sufficient for many nursing roles, but today is barely recognized as the ticket for entry into nursing. The shift in health care calls for nurses to build on their education to … Read the rest

BSN Programs Maine

There are many paths to a career in nursing. You can choose from the Associate Degree in nursing (ADN), the Bachelor of Science in nursing, or the less popular Diploma in Nursing. The ADN program is offered at community colleges and career-focused nursing schools and is designed to be completed in two years. The four-year BSN is offered at colleges and universities, and like the ADN, prepares students for the Nursing Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX). The ADN is widely popular … Read the rest

RN to BSN Programs Maine

Patients rely on nurses to provide safe and quality care. The mass of tests, equipment, and medical jargon can be overwhelming to patients already bogged down with disease or injury, but nurses can help them navigate the healthcare system if they have the right skills and insight. The nursing community joined forces with the Institute of Medicine in its identification of a need for highly educated nurses who can take a collaborative approach to care. Nurses’ efforts are a vital … Read the rest

Maine RN Requirements and Training Programs

A shortage of registered nurses in Maine affects the ability of the healthcare system to meet consumer demands. Nurses within the system face longer shifts and additional burdens, and the quality of care patients receive is less than optimal. Colleges offering the Associate of Science Degree in Nursing program are admitting more students to prepare them for employment in hospitals, nursing homes, and other healthcare institutions. While there are a lot more graduates the gap between supply and demand is … Read the rest