Nursing education available in the comfort of your home, wireless café, bookstore or restaurant.
Miami, Florida (PRWEB) September 9, 2009
Nursing staff shortages across the U.S. and Canada have made it increasingly difficult for nurses to take time away from their shifts to physically attend nursing continuing education courses. To help nurses keep their knowledge and credentials current, RN.org announces enhancements to their website http://www.RN.org which provides easy to use, convenient, accredited, and cost-efficient online nursing continuing education courses. Nursing and Healthcare professionals can now take all the courses they want over an entire year for a one time annual fee of $19.99.
Online nursing continuing education provider options have increased with the proliferation of reasonably priced high speed internet connections. Nurse professionals have been quick to embrace the continuing education for nursing online venue provided through resources like RN.org because of the sheer convenience and flexibility that these time-saving options deliver. Coursework can be completed any time of the day or night, and state approved certification can be achieved immediately upon successful test completion.
Larry Snyder, Founder and President of RN.org and a Registered Nurse himself, describes the convenience of RN.org as, "Nursing education available in the comfort of your home, wireless café, bookstore or restaurant." Snyder continues, "No books, time off from work, time away from your family and no travel involved," referring to other key benefits of studying through an online nursing continuing education provider. "The course completions on RN.org are also automatically reported to CE Broker which has the contract for the Florida Board of Nursing for all Florida licensed Nurses", according to Snyder.
Nurses aren't the only ones embracing online nursing education options. With the recent trend of Hospitals downsizing, RN.org is filling the void as a replacement for the Nursing Education Departments in many Healthcare facilities including Hospitals, Clinics and Nursing Homes which praise the up-to-date, dynamic nature of courses provided through online nursing continuing education provider sites. Nursing continuing education online courses cover the most recent medical information and adopted innovations, and are not subject to the lag times and expense associated with physical classroom instruction. Additionally, continuing education for nursing provided through online resources allows access to a much broader menu of specific subject areas than can be offered through individual brick and mortar institutions. This is especially beneficial to nurses practicing in areas of the country which are far removed from instructional facilities.
State licensing boards accept online nursing education coursework from RN.org toward the renewal of nursing licenses.
To find additional information about available online courses for continuing education for nursing and healthcare professionals, please visit http://www.RN.org.
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