American Sentinel University

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 days ago

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  • How BI Will Change in the Coming Years

    BI will change this year and into the near future because of developments in the technology and its availability as well as innovation into incorporating new types of data, like adapting artificial intelligence for the analysis of unstructured data. Here are some of the trends to watch.Read more ›

American Sentinel University

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 days ago

American Sentinel University

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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American Sentinel University

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 days ago

American Sentinel University

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American Sentinel University

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  • Washington Administrator Enrolls in DNP Executive Leadership, Becomes State Surveyor

    Inspired by her grandmother, Kimberly Metz knew she wanted to be a nurse and has gone back to school to earn her DNP in order to inspire others and serve her community.Read more ›

  • What Nurses Should Know About Interoperability

    Why should nurses care about interoperability? Nurses are frontline care givers and patient advocates. When they have relevant, timely information about their patients, they can provide the highest quality patient care. Interoperability makes this easier.Read more ›

  • Three Steps to Perfect Your LinkedIn Profile Headline

    Whether you’re a nursing/healthcare student, recent graduate, or established professional, these easy steps should help you develop a terrific LinkedIn headline.Read more ›

  • Georgia Nurse Earns MSN and DNP

    Jenny Lucy earned her DNP because she wanted to teach, but then realized that she needed to earn her MSN in order to be able to teach higher education, so back she went. She chose American Sentinel for both programs.Read more ›

American Sentinel University

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 weeks ago

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  • Addressing the Challenges of Home Healthcare with Technology

    Home healthcare is of growing importance in the industry, and technology will make it possible.Read more ›

  • Cayman Islands CNO Earns DNP Executive Leadership

    Hazel Brown always wanted to be a nurse, but she didn't always plan to earn her doctoral degree. As she advanced in her career, she found herself wanting to go back to school for her terminal degree to better her community and organization.Read more ›

  • Alert Fatigue Can Compromise Patient Safety

    The term “alert fatigue” is used to describe a phenomenon in which busy clinicians become desensitized to safety alarms. This can be a major patient safety concern, here's how nurses can advocate for themselves and their patients.Read more ›

  • Nurse Keith: Nursing Student Firing On All Cylinders

    When going back to school, you're making a considerable investment in yourself; bringing your very best energy, attention, and focus is crucial to getting your money’s worth and digging deep into the experience. Nurse Keith breaks down the steps so you can get the most out of your education.Read more ›

  • Texas CNO Pursues DNP Executive Leadership to Bolster Future Plan

    Lisa Tarkington is earning her DNP to support her future plan for semi-retirement. A lifelong nurse, Lisa knows she could never fully walk away from caring for patients and her community, so she is earning her doctoral degree so she can pick up work while traveling in the future.Read more ›

  • Resources to Help New Nurses Bully-Proof Themselves

    New nurses fear two things when they start their first job: Making a mistake, and that the other nurses will eat them alive! Dr. Renee Thompson offers resources to help new nurses bully-proof themselves.Read more ›

American Sentinel University

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Skills that BI Professionals Need in 2017

    A new year means a new start for many things. Business intelligence isn't one of them. The coming year may see the continuation of new requirements and demands, and BI professionals need to be ready.Read more ›

  • Shady Grove Medical Center Education Specialist Earns BSN

    As a young girl, Cindy Mohardt wanted to become a teacher, but when her mother was diagnosed with melanoma, that all changed. “My mom saw a nurse practitioner throughout that process, and I remember at age 12 being so impressed,”…Read more ›

  • What Every Nurse Should Know About Big Data

    Like just about every other industry, healthcare is embracing the concept of “big data.” But what exactly do nurses need to know? Read more ›

  • Hiccups in Getting College Credits for Military Experience

    If you're coming out of the military, being sure you have a college degree is a way to reintegrate into society and advance your prospects. But sometimes, it can be hard to get credits for military experience - but it is worth the hassle.Read more ›

  • Team American Sentinel: Sandie Hubbard

    Each Friday we will be introducing you to one player on the American Sentinel University team. Everyone works hard to make sure our students reach their goals through supporting students and constantly improving our curriculum. When our students graduate with a relevant, innovative healthcare degree we all win! Meet Registrar, Sandie Hubbard!Read more ›

  • Longtime Renal Dialysis Nurse from Virginia Embraces BSN Journey

    Jenny Steed did not plan on going back to school, but at the urging of her employer, she returned to earn her BSN. Now, Jenny is embracing the journey and finding it fun and challenging.Read more ›

American Sentinel University

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Former Ski Patroller Turned Nurse Receives American Sentinel MSN Scholarship

    Kate Hugo had decided to head back to school to further her career and help her patients and community, but the universe gave her an extra kick in the pants when she won a full-ride scholarship to American Sentinel University. Now, Kate is earning her MSN and is loving it.Read more ›

  • DNR Orders and Patient Choice

    Nurses, as patient advocates, have an ethical duty to support patient choice and must approach broader advocacy issues like DNR orders as a united group of nursing professionals.Read more ›

  • Nurse Keith: Your Nursing Brag List

    The nurse’s brain constantly absorbs and processes incredible amounts of data and experience from the first day of nursing school onward; from this significant accumulation arises the nurse’s well-deserved brag list. Read more ›

  • Western State Hospital Director of Infection Prevention Earns MSN, Enrolls in DNP

    Karen Pitman decided to return to school to earn her MSN knowing that it would make her more marketable; in the end, she decided to go all the way and is currently earning her DNP.Read more ›

  • The Power of Documentation to Tackle Nurse Bullying

    If you’re being bullied, you are not powerless. There is something you can do - you can document! Dr. Renee Thompson explains the importance of documenting bullying behavior in order to protect yourself and your patients. Read more ›

  • Team American Sentinel: Virginia Peter

    Each Friday we will be introducing you to one player on the American Sentinel University team. Everyone works hard to make sure our students reach their goals through supporting students and constantly improving our curriculum. When our students graduate with a relevant, innovative healthcare degree we all win! Meet Registrar Services Specialist, Virginia Peter.Read more ›

American Sentinel University

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Challenges Healthcare Executives Will Face in 2017

    The industry faces significant challenges that are definite, rapidly approaching, and in need of effective responses. Managed Healthcare Executive surveyed its readers and identified the top issues.Read more ›

  • Mother-Daughter Duo Enroll in BSN, MBA Healthcare Programs

    Patti Winward told her daughter Haley about her plan to pursue her BSN—and suggested that her youngest daughter take a class alongside her. Together, mother and daughter enrolled in their first classes in November 2016. Now they are both working toward degrees and loving every minute.Read more ›

  • Happy Valentine’s Day!

    This Valentine's Day and all year round we want to thank nurses for being so sweet. Share the love with your co-workers and loved ones with these fun healthcare-themed valentines from American Sentinel University. Read more ›

  • Become a Super-User and Advance Your Career

    Are you looking for a new challenge? Volunteering to be a super-user at your facility can be a foot in the door to a new career in healthcare informatics. Here’s what you should know.Read more ›

  • Five Questions to Move Your Career Forward in 2017

    One of the best things about a new year is that it offers a chance to stop and assess how things are going in your life. The usual targets for improvement are health and finances – but how about this year focusing on your career as well? The following questions will help you get things rolling!Read more ›

  • Team American Sentinel: Josh Patrick

    Each Friday we will be introducing you to one player on the American Sentinel University team. Everyone works hard to make sure our students reach their goals through supporting students and constantly improving our curriculum. When our students graduate with a relevant, innovative healthcare degree we all win! Meet Application Systems Architect, Josh Patrick!Read more ›

American Sentinel University

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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  • The World Cup of Caring

    Dr. Rick Oliver outlines some of the charitable giving American Sentinel University participates in each year.Read more ›

  • Transportation Security Administration Nurse Graduates with MSN and BSN

    Andrew Tabussi found nursing as a second career but hasn't looked back. He went back to earn his BSN and MSN in order to teach the next generation of nurses.Read more ›

  • Healthcare Needs More Nurses on Leadership Boards

    The Institute of Medicine (IOM) recommended that the healthcare industry increase the number of nurses in key decision-making roles. Read more ›

  • Earning Your Right to Leave a Bullying Situation

    Many nurses say that if you leave, you “let the bullies win.” Dr. Renee Thompson says, “Let them win.” Sometimes it’s just not worth it. However, to prevent the guilt and tendency to beat yourself up if you decide to leave, it’s important that you objectively evaluate your attempts to stop a bullying situation.Read more ›

  • Team American Sentinel: Greg Dennis

    Each Friday we will be introducing you to one player on the American Sentinel University team. Everyone works hard to make sure our students reach their goals through supporting students and constantly improving our curriculum. When our students graduate with a relevant, innovative healthcare degree we all win! Meet Manager of the Writing Center, Greg Dennis!Read more ›

  • New Therapies Could Have Big Impact on Healthcare Administration

    Some new approaches to therapies, and the realities of shifting demographics, could change how organizations charge for treatments and play for keeping entire populations healthy.Read more ›

American Sentinel University

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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  • Online Instructional Specialist Pursues DNP Educational Leadership

    A life on the road with her husband hasn't stopped Benita Smith from furthering her education, or from helping shape the next generation of nurses. Benita is earning her DNP, educational leadership specialization and helping other nurses.Read more ›

  • Nurses in the News: Dr. Elaine Foster for Nurse.com

    American Sentinel University Nursing Dean discusses on Nurse.com how nurses can find and embrace work they love.Read more ›

  • News and Notes: Infection Control and Prevention

    A sampling of recent developments in the area of infection control and prevention. Read more ›

  • Nurse Keith: Be a Well-Rounded Nurse

    Nursing education can be intense and all-consuming, but what else do you need to know as a well-rounded healthcare professional? Nurse Keith is back with advice on how to be a well-rounded nurse, both for your sake and your patients'.Read more ›

  • The Constitution Comes Alive in D.C. – Capital Appreciation

    Dr. Rick Oliver, CEO of American Sentinel University, shares how a recent trip to Washington D.C. brought the Constitution to life. Read more ›

  • Team American Sentinel: Jonathan Rendon

    Each Friday we will be introducing you to one player on the American Sentinel University team. Everyone works hard to make sure our students reach their goals through supporting students and constantly improving our curriculum. When our students graduate with a relevant, innovative healthcare degree we all win! Meet Manager of Student Success and Retention, Jonathan Rendon!Read more ›

American Sentinel University

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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  • University of Colorado Health Educator Earns MSN and DNP

    Sonni Logan never backs down from a challenge and she lives for caring for others. This rare combination compelled Sonni to go back to school and earn her MSN and DNP with American Sentinel University.Read more ›

  • Zika Virus: What Nurses Should Know

    A quick need-to-know guide for nurses on the emerging Zika virus.Read more ›

  • Three Ways to Protect Yourself from a Bullying Boss

    Over half of bullies are bosses - Dr. Renee Thompson outlines three ways you can protect yourself from a bullying boss. Read more ›

  • Team American Sentinel: Amy Whitley

    Each Friday we will be introducing you to one player on the American Sentinel University team. Everyone works hard to make sure our students reach their goals through supporting students and constantly improving our curriculum. When our students graduate with a relevant, innovative healthcare degree we all win! Meet Student Success Advisor, Amy Whitley!Read more ›

  • How to Retain Healthcare Personnel

    It has been reported that there is a healthcare worker shortage, so how do you retain quality personnel? By giving them what they value most in an organization.Read more ›

American Sentinel University

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American Sentinel University

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American Sentinel University

Category: Conversion
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American Sentinel University

Category: Conversion
Type: Landing Page

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American Sentinel University

Category: Conversion
Type: Landing Page

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American Sentinel University

Category: Conversion
Type: Landing Page

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American Sentinel University

Category: Conversion
Type: Landing Page

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