Life Balance

Work Life Balance Tips for Nurses

Like with any career, establishing a good work–life balance as a nurse can be challenging. This may be even more difficult as a nurse if you find yourself working odd hours and long shifts in a demanding position. As a nurse, you’re often on your feet, facing difficult situations, needing to be at the top […]

Male Nurse

Why Men Should Consider a Career in Medical Assisting

Medical assisting is quickly becoming one of the most sought after healthcare careers among men. Traditionally thought of as a a “pink collar” job, careers in medical assisting are both rewarding and extremely fulfilling to both genders. If you—or someone you know—are male and interested in learning more about why you should consider a career […]


Types Of Questions You Will Face On The NCLEX

If you are a nursing student—or are entertaining the thought of enrolling in a nursing program—and you haven’t heard of the NCLEX, you should. The NCLEX All nursing-career hopefuls in the United States are required to pass the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) before they can receive their license as a registered nurse. For many, […]

Medical Employment

The Best Places for Medical Assistants to Work

If you find yourself as a newly graduated, or soon to be graduated, from a medical assisting program, you might be asking yourself “what’s next?” Medical assistants acquire a unique set of skills throughout their schooling that makes them valuable assets to various medical teams. Whether you seek to work as a clinical medical assistance […]

Eating Healthy

The Importance of Eating Healthy as a Nursing Student

Nursing is one of the most physically, mentally, and emotionally demanding jobs. Most nurses work long shifts on consecutive days, spending a lot of time on their feet and moving around the clinic or hospital tending to patients and assisting other medical staff. Some of the more noble nurses even take on the daunting—and much […]


Why Nursing Schools Are Rejecting Applicants During A Nursing Shortage

There has been a nursing shortage for some time now, and it’s not just in Utah! As today’s workforce retires, and with the ever-aging population in need of top quality healthcare, the need for nurses in the United States is projected increase significantly by 2026. Why then are schools turning away thousands of qualified applicants […]