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New Resource: Getting Your BSN at Holy Family College

Posted By Brianna Neuser On May 24, 2018


Skilled nurses are the unsung heroes of the health care profession, and they are about to become even more valuable. As the overall population ages and there is a greater emphasis on preventative care, the country will need an influx of passionate and thoughtful nurses into the health care profession in order to keep up with the demands of patient care.

For anyone interested in the nursing profession, this is exciting news because it means your skills and interests will translate smoothly into a booming career field. The country as a whole is facing high demand for nurses, and Wisconsin alone will need to grow its registered nurse population by approximately 24 percent by 2020.

Many health care organizations are growing in awareness of the benefits that BSN nurses bring to the table, including critical thinking, problem-solving skills, the ability to lead others and the skills to meet the complex health care needs of patients.

Because we know how important this moment is for aspiring nurses, we’ve created an interactive resource to help you understand how you can get your BSN at Holy Family College.

This resource will:

  • Provide helpful statistics and background about the current state of the nursing industry
  • Explain how getting a BSN could advance your nursing career
  • Explore the unique features of the BSN program at Holy Family College
  • Answer FAQs, and introduce you to faculty and students in our BSN program


Explore our Digital Resource


Topics: Nursing

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