The Associate’s Degree in Nursing (ADN) remains the most common credential for entering the profession of nursing change is coming. Healthcare employers, especially hospitals, are employing more nurses who have a bachelor’s degree in nursing or higher. The additional instruction covered in the BSN program, such as leadership, community health, communication, critical thinking, and evidence-based practice prepare graduates for greater responsibilities in the healthcare environment.
With all the push towards the BSN, is there any hope for ADN graduates? Fortunately, … Read the rest