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2016 Best Graduate Schools Preview: Top 10 Nursing Schools

Thinking about applying to graduate school? Whether you’re interested in pursuing a graduate nursing degree or attending law school or medical school, there are some big decisions to make. To help students find the right school for them, U.S. News & World Report surveys nearly 1,900 graduate schools and programs and ranks them according to our methodology.

Here, we offer a sneak peek of the 2016 Best Graduate Schools rankings.

U.S. News surveyed 503​ accredited graduate programs in nursing. In alphabetical order, here are the top 10 highest-ranked master’s programs in nursing.

Duke University (NC)
Emory University (GA)
Johns Hopkins University (MD)
New York University
University of California—San Francisco
University of Maryland—Baltimore
University of Michigan—Ann Arbor
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pittsburgh (PA)
University of Washington

The actual ranking and score of these and other graduate schools will be available March 10, 2015, on usnews.com. Use the #BestGradSchools hashtag to continue the conversation on Twitter and Facebook.

For more in-depth rankings, searchable data and an expanded directory of programs, sign up for the U.S. News Graduate School Compass.​

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CampusRN Integrates JobAlerts with Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn

CampusRN has added a new “Social Sharing” feature to its JobAlerts that allows individuals to share a job listing with their personal network.

Social Sharing in JobAlertsWhen a CampusRN member receives a JobAlert (an email notification from employers with a relevant position) they now can choose to share the job via Email, LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter. So although a particular position may not be the perfect fit for the recipient of the JobAlert, they may have a friend, classmate, or colleague who would be perfect for the job.

When someone clicks one of these sharing links, a new window will open LinkedIn, Facebook, or Twitter that automatically enters information about that job posting. From here, users can choose to share the posting with a friend or their entire personal network.

For employers, this means JobAlerts have the potential to reach beyond just CampusRN members, but also to each member’s personal network.

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CampusRN Exhibiting at the Maryland Association of Nursing Students

CampusRN will be exhibiting this Saturday at the 30th annual Maryland Association of Nursing Students convention. The MANS convention will be held at the University of Maryland School of Nursing, where the President of the American Nurses Association, Rebecca M. Patton, will be speaking. We look forward to meeting hundreds of students as well as hospital representatives, so let us know if you are attending! Make sure to stop by our booth and say hi to Eric Kaplan and ask him for your free CampusRN t-shirt!

For more info on the event, visit the MANS website

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CampusRN Exhibiting at Virginia Nursing Student Association Convention

CampusRN will be exhibiting this Saturday at the Virginia Nursing Student Association Convention. The event is at the Founders Inn & Spa in Virginia Beach. We are looking forward to meeting hundreds of students as well as hospital representatives. Let us know if you are attending and make sure to by our booth and say hi to Eric Kaplan and ask him for your free CampusRN t-shirt!

For more info on the event, visit the VSNA website.

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Hospital, College Partner to Address Critical Nursing Shortage

THE WOODLANDS, Texas—Recognizing the critical need for qualified nurses and building on a strong educational partnership, Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital recently pledged to support Lone Star College-Montgomery with a dedicated salary for an additional nursing faculty member.

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California nurses volunteer for Haiti relief

OAKLAND — At least 350 registered from the California Nurses Association and national nursing organizations have volunteered to travel to Haiti and provide support to the thousands injured in Tuesday’s massive earthquake.

“We sent out a call late last night, locally and nationally, asking for volunteers,” said Chuck Idelson, spokesman for CNA at its Oakland headquarters. “We literally had nurses walking in the doors here this morning, offering to volunteer. The response has been tremendous.”

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Nursing Educators From Across the U.S. Collaborate With Industry Leaders

Nursing educators from across the country collaborated with industry leaders and learned the latest developments in nursing education at the 2010 Mosby’s Faculty Development Institute conference earlier this month. Presented by Mosby, the three-day educational conference addressed challenges in the nursing industry from a variety of perspectives.

Mosby’s Faculty Development Institute, which took place this year in San Diego from January 3-5, is designed for both new nurse educators and veteran nurse faculty. More than 450 attendees from 47 states had the opportunity to collaborate with other industry professionals on a range of topics including legal issues, teaching strategies, simulation and virtual experiences.

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Would-be nurses outgrow class space

ANDERSON, Ind.­ — A nursing shortage across Indiana and the nation isn’t likely to ease anytime soon, but it isn’t for lack of people who want the training.

“It’s extremely competitive,” said Susan Nelson, chairwoman of Ivy Tech Community College’s regional nursing department. That includes nursing programs at campuses in Anderson, Marion, Muncie and New Castle.

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Nurse Shortage Numbers Looking Up

A new study shows Virginia’s expected nursing shortage over the next decade may not be as bad as first thought.

The study, done by the Virginia Department of Health Professions, says many registered nurses are delaying retirement and others are re-entering the workforce due to the downturn in the economy.

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Scholarship Program Now Open to Allied Health Students

$15,000 in Scholarships Available to Nursing & Allied Health Students

Allied Health Students are now eligible to apply for the Nursing Scholarships. Launched in 2008, the scholarship program was previously open to only nursing students, but has now expanded to include those pursueing a career as allied health professionals as well.

“Due to the tremendous success of the 2009 CampusRN Scholarship Program, we are pleased to continue to the scholarship program in 2010. With the shortages of healthcare professionals in all areas of expertise, we felt it important to expand the program to include allied health students in addition to nursing students.” says CEO & Founder, Matt Casey.

The scholarship program is the most comprehensive of its kind for students pursuing a career in healthcare. Six $2500 scholarships will are awarded annually to need and deserving students from regions across the country.

Students can apply directly at: Allied Health Scholarship

The deadline for applications is April 1st

Read what the winners of the 2009 Nursing Scholarship have to say at:
http://www.campusrn.com/network/scholarship_winners

About CampusRN:

CampusRN.com has been designed to service the needs of nursing/allied health students and recent grads and their potential employers. With our resources, students can actively seek employment by applying to current job/externship openings, research employers nationwide and compare various career options within their field. Employers have the opportunity to reach candidates with direct email blasts, job postings and branding campaigns before they graduate and enter the highly competitive job market.

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