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  • Rue Education is Going Pink All October

    Thursday, October 01, 2015

    Rue Education is going PINK all October to promote Breast Cancer Awareness

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  • Announcing our Back to School Scholarship

    Friday, August 07, 2015

    Rue Education is ready to get eager students back to school and help them take one big step closer to obtaining their RN. This scholarship is awarded to assist an individual in pursuing their RN education and ASN degree through Rue Education’s RN Bridge Program. This scholarship will be awarded to one eligible recipient after they get started with Rue Education’s RN Bridge Program, and will cover all required nursing courses, valued up to $5,000.

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  • $5,000 RN Scholarship Awarded to HCR ManorCare Employee

    Wednesday, July 08, 2015

    Congratulations to Tiffany Crider-Jensen, an LPN at the HCR ManorCare Cedar Rapids, IA facility. She has been awarded the National Education Alliance RN Bridge Scholarship valued up to $5,000 to pursue her ASN degree and become an RN.

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  • Rue Education Celebrates 26th Anniversary with 26 Grants for RN Candidates

    Wednesday, June 10, 2015

    To commemorate 26 years of furthering adult RN education, Rue Education is announcing 26 grants of $1,200 each to be awarded to future RNs throughout June.

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  • Rue Fall Nursing Scholarship Winner and Announcement!

    Thursday, November 07, 2013

    The results of the Rue Fall Scholarship are in, and the response was incredible. We received nearly 70 scholarship applications from 30 different states across the country! We were thrilled to have such an exciting response and moved by your stories. Thank you for giving us an insight into your triumphs, struggles, and motivations in the pursuit of your futures as RNs.

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  • Rue is going Pink all October to Promote Breast Cancer Awareness

    Tuesday, October 01, 2013

    Rue is going pink all October to promote Breast Cancer Awareness. This allows us a chance to open up discussion and increase awareness.

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  • The Rue Education Nursing Scholarship Could be Just What You Need to Start Your RN Journey

    Thursday, September 26, 2013

    Rue Education is proud to announce the Fall Nursing Scholarship is back! Last year our response was fantastic and we were happy to award Juliette Surratt our $2500 scholarship to be used toward Rue’s RN Bridge program to assist her in the pursuit of her ASN degree and becoming an RN. This year, since we are bringing the scholarship back, we wanted to out-do ourselves and go bigger.

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  • Nurse H.E.R.O Award Open for Nominations

    Tuesday, April 02, 2013

    Nurses impact millions of lives daily. Whether you know one personally, or have had a friend or family member cared for by a nurse, chances are everyone has at least one reason to be thankful for a nurse. To celebrate and honor exceptional nurses in the world of health care, Ansell, a global leader in protection solutions, announced the establishment of its H.E.R.O. [Heal, Educate, Reach, Overcome] Nurse Service Award.

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  • RN Bridge FAQ – The Answers to RN Bridge Questions on Your Mind

    Friday, October 26, 2012

    If you’re seriously considering going into a Nursing Program to bridge from LPN to RN, LVN to RN, Paramedic to RN, or RT to RN, you’ve probably had a lot of questions on your mind. Rue Education is here to help with an RN bridge Q&A. Topics covered include expected working hours, difficulty of the job, and RN salary. Becoming a registered nurse can be one of the most rewarding career choices, however, like any job, it’s important to research the various job aspects to see if you will be a good match.

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  • Reducing Nurse Burnout is a Win-Win

    Thursday, October 04, 2012

    Burnout happens in any job industry, but for healthcare, a burned out nurse can spell bad news for patients. A staff RN of almost five years, Theresa Brown explains “It's not like being a waiter, where you have too many tables, which is stressful, but no one's going to die if they don't get their entree in time.” Understanding the causes of work-related burnout, ways to confront it, and what can be done externally for nurses are the beginnings of addressing this healthcare problem.

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  • Rue Education Supports The Fight Against Breast Cancer

    Monday, October 01, 2012

    To support Breast Cancer Awareness month this October, Rue Education has announced that it will coordinate several different initiatives towards their overall “Go Pink” campaign. Rue Education’s “Go Pink” campaign will consist of a variety of positive messages to drive awareness to the most common type of cancer in women.

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  • 5 Tips to Help You Prepare for the NCLEX

    Friday, September 28, 2012

    You’ve made it through your courses, completed your clinical, and finally made it to graduation day. There’s only one thing left to do before you become the RN you’ve always dreamed about: passing the NCLEX. Courtesy of scrubsmag.com, we bring you 5 tips for NCLEX prep.

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  • Nurse Awarded for Making Difference in Patient’s Life – Twice

    Tuesday, September 18, 2012

    Kathryn Guben was presented with the DAISY award after her nomination from a new mother whom Kathryn had made a difference in her life on 2 separate occasions.

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  • Advancing Your Nursing Career

    Wednesday, September 12, 2012

    A career in nursing can open many opportunities for both discovering new fields and paths and advancement along a specific one. According to parrallonjobs.com, “Nurses rarely begin their careers in the position they want to keep for the rest of their professional lives.” This is easy to understand, especially considering the multiple options nurses have to choose from.

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  • Rue Education’s Video Contest

    Tuesday, September 04, 2012

    You’ve done it! You’re on or have completed your journey to become an RN. Now you want to tell everyone all about your experience right? What better way to do it than with a video success story of your experience with Rue Education, especially when that success story could win you $100?

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  • Who Nurses the Nurse?

    Monday, August 27, 2012

    A recent study confirms when nurses are in pain, patient care suffers. According to an article from the New York Times, “Recent research published in two journals, The American Journal of Nursing and Clinical Nurse Specialist, reveals that when nurses suffer, so do their patients.”

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  • New Nurses – Where Will They Come From?

    Monday, August 20, 2012

    What happens when there is a nursing shortage? Simply put, the fewer nurses available to fill the needs of patients, the quality of healthcare drops.

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  • I Want to Be an RN - Is Online Learning Right For Me?

    Monday, August 13, 2012

    So you’ve decided to pursue advancement in your career and become an RN? You’re on the right track. But what if you are strapped for time working 12 hour shifts, raising a family, and commuting to a university just isn’t a possibility? It may be time to adjust your ideas of what conventional college is and the opportunities available that you may have downplayed or just never considered.

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  • Cancer survivor makes a career change, inspired by nurses at hospital

    Monday, July 30, 2012

    Janelle Romandetto, a typical college student on track to completing a communication and psychology degree, returned home tired only to be diagnosed with Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia. While going through cancer treatment, Janelle spent her time in the hospital observing and interacting with the nurses that cared for her.

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  • When Nurses Aren’t at the Bedside, They’re Hitting the Books

    Monday, July 23, 2012

    Many professions encourage continued education, advanced training, and a more knowledgeable staff. Nursing shouldn’t be considered any different, especially when an increase in education can mean the difference between life and death for patients.

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