Advantages of Certification

February 2007
Critical Care Nurse;Feb2007 Supplement, Vol. 27, p36
Academic Journal
The article reports on the advantages of certification for nurses. Certification is an excellent way for nurses to enhance their professional knowledge and education as well as to improve their salary and advancement opportunities. Hospitals support certification because they want to recruit and retain qualified nurses.


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