Are you an LPN or RN who has been out of the work force for several years, and looking for a refresher course to re-enter the nursing arena? This list of Nurse Refresher Courses just might help to get you started!
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in your area. Conveniently upload/ post your resume to your account for prospective employers to view. Your anonymous resume gets listed in the resume bank for employers to view. They will see everything you put in except for your name and contact information. When an employer reviews your anonymous resume and decides they want to consider you for an opportunity, they will construct an overview that will be emailed to you and placed in the "My Contact Requests" section of your account. You will be able to review these opportunities and decide whether you want to be considered for the position. You can also use your resume to apply for job postings currently posted on the job board that have the Allow Online Applications button enabled.
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, it is necessary to create a separate account, and you may use the same password you currently use for your LPNAO account. Setting this up is free, simple and easy! Click on the Career Center Photo (left) to explore real jobs in your area!
Save the Date for: The Ohio Nurse of the Year Award!
The March of Dimes is hosting the 4th Annual Ohio Nurse of the Year Awards on Friday, December 9, 2016 as a way to celebrate nurses and recognize nursing excellence and leaders across the state. Find out more by clicking HERE
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Ohio Board of Nursing - Meeting Update
All meetings convened by the Board, including the Board Retreat, are open meetings and the public is welcome to attend. For further information on meeting dates for 2016, we encourage you to check the Board's website under "Board Meeting Schedule" at
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