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  • Apply to the Nurse Corps Loan Repayment Program

    • Jan 29, 2024

    Nurses can take proactive steps towards financial freedom while contributing to the well-being of underserved communities.

  • Career Spotlight

    Career Spotlight: Julie Fuller

    • Jan 5, 2023
    • Julie Fuller

    A series of interviews with nurses working in neonatal health, starting with Julie Fuller. Gain insights from their knowledge and expertise.

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    Nursing Resources by Type of Maternity Unit Across Regions of the United States

    • Jul 20, 2022
    • Rebecca R.S. Clark, Morgan E. Peele, Eileen T. Lake

    To examine variation in nursing resources across three different types of maternity units in five regions of the United States.

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    A Nursing Career Progression Program for Rapid Cross-Skilling of Experienced Nurses to Women's Services

    • Jul 8, 2022
    • Suzanne Sprott, Jessica Irrobali-Presley, Violeta Vazquez

    To match nurse resource gaps with available clinician interests, perinatal educators developed the Nursing Career Progression Program (NCPP).

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    Updated in 2022: AWHONN’s Staffing Standards

    • Jun 30, 2022

    AWHONN’s Standards for Professional Registered Nurse Staffing for Perinatal Units provides health care leaders with a vetted tool to justify the measures needed to reach appropriate nursing levels that ensure safe and appropriate staffing to promote high-quality care and the best possible outcomes.

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    Nursing Students Find Their Calling with P3

    • Jun 3, 2022
    • Mary Therese Phelan

    With graduation just around the corner, one thing University of Maryland School of Nursing (UMSON) Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) student John Vincent Adofina doesn’t have to worry about is the chaotic pressure of landing his first nursing job.

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    Kilgore Nursing Students Graduate with Jobs Lined up Despite Pandemic-Related Challenges

    • May 27, 2022
    • Diante Marigny

    The students overcame much adversity because of the pandemic, however, many graduates have a job already lined up due to nursing jobs being in high demand.

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    Training Collaboration Helps Laid Off Executive Assistant Pursue Sentara Nursing Career

    • May 20, 2022
    • John Shulson

    A pandemic-born effort to help employ Virginians for in-demand jobs is continuing to help workers pivot to new careers.

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    How Medical Professionals Can Excel in Interviews

    • Jan 11, 2022
    • Matt Craven

    Many medical professionals don’t always put the required work into their preparations.

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    Developing an Effective Job-Hunting Strategy for Medical Professionals

    • Jan 4, 2022
    • Matt Craven

    Everything you say, do and communicate, forms your personal brand, and this is key to how a potential employer will view your application for a job.

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    How to Optimize Your Medical Resume for Recruitment Software

    • Dec 28, 2021
    • Matt Craven

    With over 75% of recruiters and employers now using recruitment software to select and manage applicants throughout the recruitment process, it’s crucial that your resume appeals to both humans and the “machines.”

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    The 5 Biggest Mistakes Made on Medical Resumes

    • Dec 21, 2021
    • Matt Craven

    Whether you are looking for new jobs, posts or grants, it is important to get your resume right.

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    The Importance of Personal Branding for Job Seekers

    • Oct 22, 2021
    • Matt Craven

    The term personal branding is bandied about on a regular basis, but what does it really mean and how can job seekers harness personal branding as a tool for raising their profile and attracting the right career opportunities?

  • Dr. Barbara Broome

    Racism, Nursing, and Strategies for Change

    • Oct 15, 2021
    • Dr. Barbara Broome

    In this guest editorial, Dr. Barbara Broome shares her personal experiences and suggests strategies to address racism in the field of nursing.

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    Perinatal Clinical Nurse Educator: Clinical Competencies and Education Guide

    • Oct 15, 2021

    The Perinatal Clinical Nurse Educator: Clinical Competencies and Education Guide, 2021 serves as a didactic and competency outline to support the professional development for the PCNE.

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    AWHONN Announces New Nursing Resources for Reducing Maternal Morbidity & Mortality Coming This Year

    • Oct 15, 2021

    In January 2022, AWHONN will release “Respectful Maternity Care Framework and Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guideline,” the first-of-its-kind resource on respectful nursing care from AWHONN.

  • AWHONN Convention 2021

    Register Now For The 2021 AWHONN Convention!

    • Oct 5, 2021

    We are excited to announce that we will now take the 2021 AWHONN Convention totally virtual!

  • Ultimate Guide to Nursing Resumes

    • May 26, 2021

    With the growing competition for the best nursing jobs, a vague, uninspiring RN resume just won't cut it. The opportunities are vast, employers have diverse needs, and every nurse is unique

  • Labor and Delivery Nursing: How to Get Hired as a New Grad Nurse

    • May 26, 2021
    • NurseAggz

    Watch this video to hear 3 tips on how to land a job in a specialty nursing area as a new graduate nurse.