Continuing Education: Staying Relevant in Changing Times
As a professional on the frontlines of patient care, you probably already know that the healthcare industry is in a constant state of change—but that’s a good thing. As new methods of diagnosis, updated treatment protocols, and disease prevention models become available, it is imperative that nurses are willing to embrace the idea of continuing education. As the old saying goes, “the more you know, the further you’ll go.”
Professional development is a critical component for those looking to stay on top of their field, and with the dramatic projected growth of nursing jobs through 2020, the time is right to think about specialty training, advanced degrees, or even managerial roles that provide support to hospital floor staff.
Our Commitment to You
Nursefinders understands the importance of an educated and well-informed workforce, so we have worked hand-in-hand with our partners to create a variety of options that allow our travel nurses to enhance their skills.
Some of these valuable options include:
A discount from
Online MSN programs , including RN-MSN and BSN-MSN programs
A 25% discount on tuition at
Up to a $2500 reduction in tuition from
Up to 10% off tuition at
Grand Canyon University
- A 10% tuition discount on RN to BSN programs and a 3% discount on MSN programs with Jacksonville University, Villanova University, University of Notre Dame, Michigan State University, New England College, University of South Florida, Valparaiso University and Florida Tech
- Enjoy 20% tuition reduction for a variety of degrees and programs at Walden University
Learning Flexibility When You Need It
Many of these flexible programs include online degree and certificate options that can be completed in two to 18-months depending on the area of study. This gives working nurses the tools they need to continue their education while also raising families.
For example, our partner, BISK, provides virtual classroom learning, allowing students to attend streaming video lectures 24/7 from the comfort of their homes. The program includes faculty chat sessions, student message boards, and one-on-one faculty interaction, giving clinicians the flexibility they need to enhance their education while also living busy lives.
It’s Never too Late to Learn
Remember, as the industry evolves, so should your skills. New certifications and completed degree programs always look good on your resume.