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How to Become a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant in 3 Steps

If you’re looking for a career path that allows you to make a living by helping others, becoming a certified occupational therapy assistant (OTA) could be an ideal fit for you. Operating in a variety of settings, OTAs are healthcare professionals who work with clients of all ages and backgrounds to implement the hands-on treatment ...

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Direct Entry Master’s in Nursing (MSN) Programs: 5 Things to Consider

If you’re ready to pursue a career in nursing and already have a bachelor’s degree in a non-nursing field, a Direct Entry MSN program is an excellent path to securing your dream job. This type of accelerated Master’s in Nursing program combines theory and practice to prepare you for delivering holistic, high-quality, and highly-paid in-demand ...

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Putting Her Nursing Skills to the Test

Edie Nguyen (full name: Kieu-Mi Nguyen) graduated from Ameritech College of Healthcare with an Associate Degree in Nursing in May of 2018. But before she had a chance to walk across the stage during her graduation ceremony, everything she learned during her 20-months in nursing school was put to the test in the most unusual ...

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BSN vs. MSN: Which Nursing Program is Right for You?

When you’re new to the nursing field, it can be challenging to determine the best educational path forward, especially if you’re just starting out or wanting to switch careers. Yet in both scenarios, you’ll find that a quality education will be a critical component for your success—and the more you have of it will directly ...

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RN vs. BSN: What’s the Difference?

After you’ve decided to pursue a career in nursing, the next step is to explore what educational path is best suited to you and your future career goals. For many prospective nursing students, this boils down to a question of: what’s the difference between RN vs. BSN? The simplest answer is that RN is a ...