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By Jason Paltzer, PhD, MPH
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing and Health Care Professions

One way I deal with problems is to compartmentalize them into distinct buckets. I tend to separate my personal relationships from my work relationships and my church community from the community I live in. Occasionally, these might overlap, but I find myself working to keep them distinct to protect myself from criticism or conflicting worldviews.

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Are you a registered nurse who wants to gain additional professional practice and knowledge of healthcare theory? If so, then Grand Canyon University’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree could be the ideal program for you. Earning GCU’s RN to BSN can help you achieve your career goals and learn how to combine your principles with your profession. The following are a few factors that may help you incorporate your Christian values and a career in nursing:

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Today, many registered nurses are furthering their education and career by earning an MSN. If you’re an experienced RN who has a non-nursing bachelor’s degree, then you may benefit from earning a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN). Through the College of Nursing and Health Care Professions, Grand Canyon University offers the MSN bridge. This program allows students to complete a set of foundational nursing courses and then enter the MSN program.

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If you’re a healthcare provider who works with patient populations, then consider elevating your direct care skills by earning a Bachelor of Science in Health Science in Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care degree. Offered by Grand Canyon University’s College of Nursing and Health Care Professions, this BS in health science degree can help you remain current in your profession and advance in your career. Continue reading to learn three reasons why you should consider this program:

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Critical care nursing is a complex and challenging specialty. As a critical care nurse, you are responsible for giving vital attention to patients that may be in immediate danger. You also use your advanced skills to care for patients who are critically ill and at high risk for life-threatening health problems. If you are considering advancing your education, Grand Canyon University may offer a nursing program that is right for you:

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Are you considering advancing your healthcare career? Need a specialized plan to get you there? Grand Canyon University’s Bachelor of Science in Health Science in Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care may be the path for you! This bachelor’s degree, offered by the College of Nursing and Health Care Professions, helps connect current certified healthcare specialists to their dream jobs in the healthcare industry.

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The Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration offered by Grand Canyon University examines various healthcare organizational structures. Students are taught how to implement new processes while working within and collaborating with other healthcare organizations. This program emphasizes the conceptual and analytical skills required to manage the healthcare organizations of today. After the successful completion of GCU’s Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration degree program, you will be prepared to enter the health administration field. Read on to learn some reasons to pursue a career in healthcare management:

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The healthcare industry has never been as large as it is today. The demand for highly educated and experienced professionals continues to grow, and because of this, many people are considering advancing their career in healthcare administration. By earning your Master of Science in Health Care Administration, you can gain new skills and knowledge, while also expanding on past concepts. This next step in your academic career can open many doors for employment opportunities. Here is a quick look at the masters in healthcare administration and the career opportunities:

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