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by Taylor CotterStudentAdvisor.com Staff
When I was looking for a way to procrastinate studying for a test or writing a paper, you could always find me playing bubble blaster, Tetris or Snood. These games served as just a small (or big) distraction from finishing up a bibliography or reading the end of a chapter. Little did I know - they could have been psychological method of stress management!
Billinda Tebbenhoff, nursing student at Johns Hopkins University, realized that apps can be used for stress management and decided to investigate further. She designed an experiment that tested apps' effectiveness on the stress management of her fellow nursing students. Read more...
With a growing healthcare system and a growing Hispanic population in the United States and Puerto Rico, there has never been a bigger need for Hispanic nurses. Help close this cultural gap!
Out of the 16 percent of the population in the United States and Puerto Rico that is Hispanic, only 6 percent are in the nursing field. In order to provide sensitive and quality care to Hispanic patients, Chamberlain is looking to close this gap by offering tuition discounts and admissions assistance to members of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses.
If you're a Hispanic RN and a member of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses, Chamberlain College of Nursing has designed a program help working nurses advance their careers with an online RN-to-BSN program, online RN-BSN-MSN program, and an online Master’s in Nursing Program....
By Taylor Cotter StudentAdvisor.com Staff
The NursingHomeAbuse.net scholarship is the first scholarship to be offered to applicants who are pursuing a career that will help combat abuse in nursing homes. NursingHomeAbuse.net is part of the National Association to Stop Nursing Home Abuse and is focused on prevention, education, and repairing the conseuquences of abuse.
This scholarship is $5,000 toward non-tuition related expenses such as rent, childcare, books/supplies, travel/gas expenses, utilities or groceries.
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