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January 2010 - Volume 40 - Lippincott's 2010 Nursing Career Directory 1
pp: 1-72

Prepare for a behavioral interview, then ace it!

LaMaster, Mark A.; Larsen, Ruth A.

Nursing. 40(1):8,10, January 2010.

Be confident when you encounter this thoughtprovoking interview by following six key steps.

Growing in your nursing career

Seagraves, Karen B.

Nursing. 40(1):12,14, January 2010.

If the time isn't right for you to make a job change, bloom in place with these career-enhancing strategies.

Are you ready to move into critical care?

Cottrell, Damon; Kendall, Stephanie M.

Nursing. 40(1):20-21, January 2010.

Consider the personal rewards of critical care nursing, then find out how to plunge into this demanding and in-demand field.

Do you want to be a staff-development specialist?

Dorin, Michelle

Nursing. 40(1):25, January 2010.

You'll need to stay at the top of your game to teach the latest advances to other nurses, healthcare providers, and patients.

Transitioning from clinician to clinical research coordinator

Shields, Anne-Marie; LaRue, Elizabeth M.

Nursing. 40(1):26-27, January 2010.

Weigh the pros and cons of moving into this fastgrowing, intellectually stimulating field.

Credentialing resources

Nursing. 40(1):34-39, January 2010.

An introduction to organizations that provide credentials, arranged by specialty. For the complete listing, see

The Magnet site visit: Your time to shine

Conerly, Caroline; Thornhill, Lisa

Nursing. 40(1):36-37, January 2010.

Use this nuts-and-bolts guide to prepare for a Magnet site visit, then reap the rewards of your hard work.