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Preparing for nursing school? Here’s how to study for the nursing admissions entrance exam

February 5, 2018
Posted in Student Resources
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The entrance test for nursing school can be intimidating, but there’s no need to be afraid. This nursing entrance exam study guide will show what you can expect and offer tips on how to study for the nursing entrance exam.

Dallas Nursing Institute: From compassion to service

April 18, 2017
Posted in Student Life
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Recently, we asked our students and faculty how their time at Dallas Nursing Institute has benefited them. Their answers were both impactful and emotional. The determination of our students to help others is striking, and that drive will help them…
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Be a diabetes advocate

August 8, 2016
Posted in Our Thoughts, Prospective Students
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A Dallas Nursing Institute professor’s April 2016 presentation on diabetic education and dietary management at a Gothenburg, Sweden health care forum leaves doctors, nurses, and educators with three key takeaways. By Rita Armstrong, Doctorate of Nursing Practice, M.S.N. Ed, R.N. For…
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How to become an RN with an associates degree

August 2, 2016
Posted in About Our Nursing Programs, Prospective Students
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Thinking about becoming a registered nurse? Whether you are just graduating from high school or looking to change careers, choosing to join the medical profession as a registered nurse is a great decision. The Bureau of Labor Statistics lists registered…
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Dallas Nursing Institute responds to the Texas nursing shortage

July 8, 2016
Posted in News, Our Thoughts
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While others discuss the impact of Texas’ nursing shortage, Dallas Nursing Institute is finding ways to prepare graduates who will fill the urgent need. By Dr. Ron Hyson The news lately, you may have noticed, has been reporting that the…
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New bachelor of science in nursing signals bright future

February 23, 2016
Posted in About Our Nursing Programs, News, Our Thoughts, Prospective Students
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Did you know… According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of RNs is expected to grow 16 percent by 2024? It’s true. And more employers than ever before are seeking out nurses with a bachelor’s degree in nursing. Dallas…
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DNI students share secrets to success

September 18, 2015
Posted in Alumni Spotlight, Student Life
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Dallas Nursing Institute graduates are proud for a reason. That nursing degree was earned, and it didn’t come without late nights, hard work, and long study sessions to stay on track. We recently surveyed current students to find out what…
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