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Infographic: What Can You Do With a Nursing Degree?

What can you do with your nursing degree? Not only are nurses in higher demand than ever, but there is also no limit to the career possibilities available to you. Check out our infographic to find out where your nursing degree can take you! Want to...
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Blended Learning – Personalized Education for Students

You may have noticed a growing trend toward online learning in higher education. Online courses are popular because they fit into students’ schedules, and schools like them because they reduce classroom crowding and overhead costs, all while prompting i...
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Explore Medical Billing and Coding Hybrid Learning

Medical Billing and Coding specialists are an essential part of the health industry. What is Medical Billing and Coding, you ask? In a world where healthcare is a primary significance, Medical Billing and Coding Specialists work directly with your insur...
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Why Hands-On Training is Essential to Becoming a Good Nurse

It’s said that being a nurse is part science and a large part art. No question, there’s plenty of in-depth medical knowledge and techniques to be learned, but putting those lessons into practice is where the great nurses shine. And, there&rs...
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Healthcare: Two-Year Diploma Successes

Much has been made about the value of graduating from college, but four-year college degrees aren't for everyone. So, what about a diploma that takes shorter than two years? Turns out, if you're interested in a career in the healthcare field a less-than...
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New Blended Learning Medical Assisting Program

Medical assistants play an important role in supporting the work of physicians and other healthcare providers. With recent changes in the healthcare sector, the need for new medical assistants is at a recent high. To help address that need, Fortis On...
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Hacked Again! New Cyber Security Threat Emerges after China Attack

America gets a significant share of its imports from China – but it’s not just merchandise and resources that are flowing from the Eastern country. The latest wave of Chinese imports appear to be cyber-attacks! The most recent cyber-incursion encompa...
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What Does a Chronic Care Nurse Do?

The June issue of Nursing Notes from Johnson & Johnson focuses on how nurses help patients who are battling chronic diseases. Nurses who care for people living with chronic diseases get to spend more time with their patients, unlike an acute care n...
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Dentist Puns to Lighten Your Day

Aren’t Dentists Punny? Did you hear about the dentist who married a manicurist? They fought tooth and nail! Ouch! When we run across something we dislike or that scares us, we often joke about it to  make us feel better about the peril we’re facing....
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U.S., Britain, Private Firms Participate in Cyber Security Exercise

The Pentagon, government agencies, and numerous private U.S. companies have one thing in common – all have been victimized by cyberattacks. The threats have become so prevalent that the U.S. Cyber Command, a division of the military, calls cyberattacks ...
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Which Nursing Field is Right for You?

Studying to become a nurse? Are you already a nurse but unsure if you’re in the right field? Well, those are considerations that certainly generate a lot to think about. The nursing profession is well-respected and expected to continue to maintain...
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HVACR Innovation: Refrigeration Savings Opportunities

During a presentation at this year’s Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Expo, University of Wisconsin-Madison research engineer Daniel Dettmers told attendees that big industrial refrigeration clients are prime candidates for energy-efficiency...
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The Dynamic Industry of Welding Technology

Welding’s history dates back 5,500 years to the Bronze Age when a clever worker learned he could fuse metal alloys together by heating them to their melting point then pounding them together with a hammer. Ever since then, welding technology has had a m...
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HVAC Trends in 2015

Goodway Technologies, which markets and manufactures HVAC maintenance solutions, has come out with its industry predictions for 2015. And it looks like HVAC is headed up! According to Goodway, 2014’s 4th Quarter indicators indicated a rebounding economy...
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Medical-Surgical Nursing Is Good Experience for All Specialties

According to Johnson & Johnson’s “Nursing Notes,” medical-surgical nursing – also known as med-surg nursing – is the backbone of healthcare. The company’s latest post also suggests med-surg nursing may well be the...
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Have You Considered Home Health Care Nursing?

More and more, nurses are treating patients not in hospitals, but in their homes. The latest edition of Johnson & Johnson’s “Nursing Notes” suggests that demand for home health care nurses is growing. That’s partly because of...
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President Obama Advocates for Stronger Cybersecurity

During this year’s State of the Union speech, President Obama focused on the economy and middle-class workers, but he piqued bi-partisan attention when he spoke of national security issues the U.S. must address in the future – specifically, cybersecurit...
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Heat Through Air Conditioning? Students Come Up with Cool Idea

In the hotter climate areas of the U.S., keeping cool can become an expensive proposition. Now imagine you live in Singapore where it’s hot and many residents have trouble affording the basics--much less the cost of running their air conditioner all day...
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Extreme HVAC: How “Hot” Is Hot Enough?

The “H” in HVAC refers to Heating, which got some researchers in Wales thinking, “Just how hot can we make it get?” Turns out, they were able to create temperatures that were figuratively “out of this world,” according to a recent Goodway HVAC Blog. Now...
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Dealing with Sepsis as a Nurse - The Dangers & Treatment

Graduating from a nursing program and getting a job in a hospital is one of the most exciting days in the life of a nurse. However, there are real-life dangers that become a common part of the job. One of the most feared—and potentially most dange...
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