Nurse Midwife Program

The American College of Nurse Midwives recognizes two types of midwife practice: Certified Nurse-Midwife (CNM) – registered nurse who has graduated from an accredited nurse-midwifery program and has received national certification as a nurse-midwife Certified Midwife (CM) – is a graduate from

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Florence Nightingale Museum in London

The new Florence Nightingale Museum will reopen on May 12 in time to celebrate the centenary of Florence Nightingale’s death in 2010. Designed by Kossmann de Jong, the new museum will tell Florence’s story in three pavilions that each represent a key

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Practical Nursing Profession in the US

The Licensed Practical Nursing profession began in the late 1800s when women were trained for careers as home “attendants” caring for invalids, the elderly, and children in a home setting. The profession moved outside the home during World Wars I and II,

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November 2009 Nursing Board Exam Deadline for Filing of Application

The PRC June 2009 Nursing Board Exam Result is on it’s way probably by late July or early August. Please subscribe in our e-mail to get you updated with the results. Also, please be reminded that the deadline for the filing of

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World History of Nursing

Since the beginnings of time, nursing has been shaped by different cultures and societies and by the changes within those societies. The word nursing derives its meaning from the Latin word nutricius which means nourishing. Therefore, in the ancient world nursing was

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Nursing Salaries in the US

Current statistics report that the mean nursing salary in the United States is $64,000 per year. This is a 14% increase since 2003. Nursing salaries are expected to continue to climb as the demand for quality nurses continues to grow and the

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