In an effort to improve nurse safety, many healthcare industries are considering hiring more nurses and implementing other plans for improved safety.
The number of nursing jobs across the country will increase by more than 400,000 by 2026. Nowhere is that growth expected to be bigger than in Texas. The Lone Star State already employees more nurses than any other state, except for California. There were 212,230 nurses working in Texas as of May 2017, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. [...]
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.
The Texas Medical Center is now the largest medical complex in the world with a wealth of Houston nursing jobs in the expanding medical industry.