Nurses work in a sometimes stressful and physically demanding profession that requires lifting, bending and reaching. This is why nurse safety is so important. In an American Nurses Association health risk survey, about 42 percent of nurses said that their jobs involved heavy lifting and repositioning of patients. That leads to the most significant cause of injuries to nurses: back issues. The federal Occupational Safety [...]
Earning a master’s degree from HBU's Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in Primary Care program prepares nurses for jobs in a rewarding, high-growth profession.
The John S Dunn Foundation has awarded $200,000 to HBU for use in scholarships toward BSN and MSN degree programs for nursing students.
Every day, nurses across the country use technology as a part of their day-to-day jobs. Here are some examples of how technology impacts the nursing profession.