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Proud moms, experiences with life-changing healthcare workers, dating opportunities: everyone has a different reason for becoming a nurse. We asked these Drexel nurses to tell us why they chose nursing.
We asked nurses what inspired them. Their answers shouldn't have surprised us: it's the patients they care for day in and day out.
In the highly competitive field of nursing, earning a bachelor's degree can give you an edge and result in greater career opportunities over time.
Concerns about vaping are taking over the news, but let's clear up some basics. What is vaping? How does it compare to smoking cigarettes? And is it really so bad for you? (Hint: It is!)
For Kendyl Davidson, a student in Drexel University's online RN-to-BSN program, working in the emergency room at Beebe Healthcare means putting the patient first. No matter what.
Our new normal is an aging society. So, how do we take care of them? Laura Gitlin, the dean of Drexel University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions, talks dementia and why we need to change our health care system.
In recognition of Nurses Week, Drexel University Online celebrates nurses with a look at the tremendous impact they make.
Students in Drexel's online MSN: Clinical Nurse Leader program share their experiences in the onsite clinical practicum.
Sandra Friedman, an assistant clinical professor at Drexel University's College of Nursing and Health Professions, speaks about the technology and innovations being used in online programs.
Elizabeth Clark is an alumna of Drexel University’s online RN to BSN program. Traveling back and forth between Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Los Angeles, California, Clark balanced her educational pursuits while working as a registered nurse.
This Nurses Week, Drexel University Online celebrates more than 100 years of providing innovative education for the future of nursing. The uniform might have changed over the years, but Drexel's commitment to nurses is as strong as ever.
Mark Meyers, Graduate of Drexel's online Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) program, shares his story as a working professional, husband and father -- all while earning his advanced degree.
An innovator in the online learning space for nearly 20 years, Drexel University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions continues to utilize emerging technologies, such as Kubi, a telepresence robot.