Nursing

Nursing school professor weighs in with expert advice for Wallet Hub

June 14, 2016 by Cindy O'Dell
Nursing immersion students get a hands-on review of the basic ear, nose, throat exam with Brandman University Assistant Professor Patric Schine.

Nursing immersion students get a hands-on review of the basic ear, nose, throat exam with assistant professor Patric Schine, D.N.P.

Patric Schine, assistant professor of nursing and interim director of Brandman’s post-masters Doctor of Nursing Practice (PM-DNP) program, answers questions about the biggest issues facing nurses, the long-term outlook for the profession as well as tips on the best places to live and work for nurses as part of Wallet Hub’s 2016’s Best & Worst States for Nursing. His full comments are available here.

“The long-term outlook for the field of nursing is amazing. Nurses have gained significant grounds in their profession over the past decades,” writes Schine on the Wallet Hub site. The site includes graphics and charts breaking down the states with the best pay, most opportunity and best working environments for nurses.

Source: WalletHub

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