Attention All Nursing Students: 5 Tips to Avoid Burnout

LVN Foods for School

Change can be exhilarating, and there’s nothing quite like the excitement that comes with embarking on a new program and, with it, a new career. Now that the stress of school, or your nursing career, is truly upon you, it’s time to learn how to manage the physical, intellectual, and emotional stress of becoming a […]

Nathaly Talks About Her CDI Experience

Change your life today and become a nurse. Learn what recent LVN graduate, Nathaly says about her experience at CDI. CDI Interviewer: So how was your experience at CDI?  Nathaly: It was great. I really, really enjoyed it. I loved it. I really…it was a little challenging, it was actually challenging at the end, especially […]

2016 LVN Graduates Recommend CDI

Change your life and become a nurse. Learn what recent LVN graduates have to say about CDI. Fabiola: From, you know, clinical sites that we’ve gone to, other like CNA nurses, they’ve asked us about the school and if we recommend it. And so now we have, you know, some of those CNAs now coming […]

Don’t Let Your Doctor Kill You

Nurse Education Opinion Article

By Emily Gurnon There is no doubt that doctors make mistakes, just like people in every other profession. Who hasn’t heard of a surgeon who removed the wrong organ or a gynecologist who missed the symptoms of ovarian cancer? Of course, when doctors fall short, the consequences can be deadly. They rightly should face more […]

Caring for Our Aging Parents: TedX

As our nation’s population, and indeed, the population of the world ages, adult children are becoming the primary caregivers – and unsung heroes – for their aging parents. Becoming informed advocates so that we can better love our parents and ourselves as we age will help businesses, communities, and individual families cope with the coming […]

Compassion fatigue: Are you at risk?

Caring Takes Energy

Nursing Perils For many of us, nursing isn’t just what we do; it’s who we are. Most of us became nurses because we care about people and want to make a difference in their lives. Over time, nurses develop a nursing intuition and a working knowledge of disease and trauma. Our intuition, knowledge, and caring […]