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A Day in the Life of Nursing

There are no shortcuts to acquiring a BSN nursing degree, which is probably for the best given that we literally put our lives in their hands on a daily basis. 

Before becoming a nurse you’ll need to sign up for four years of studying and academic training at universities like Jacksonville – which is responsible for the below infographicAs the uni reveals, though, that’s just where the hard work begins.

As well as getting into the factual nitty gritty – number of miles walked, babies born, components of blood transfused – the infographic shows that every 10% increase of BSN nurses is met with a 4% decrease in risk of death. A hard job, then, but we’re eternally thankful to those that do it.


Infographic via Jacksonville University of Nursing.

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